Alaska News Nightly Friday Aug 18 2017

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first_imgStories are posted on the APRN news page. You can subscribe to APRN’s newsfeeds via email, podcast and RSS. Follow us on Facebook at alaskapublic.org and on Twitter @aprnListen nowFairbanks protesters organize against the state wolf control programDan Bross, KUAC – FairbanksThe state’s largest wolf control program was the target of a protest outside Alaska Department of Fish and Game Fairbanks headquarters on Thursday.Anchorage man beaten, bound and put in dog kennel, police searching for suspectsWesley Early, Alaska Public Media – AnchorageAnchorage Police are searching for five people involved in an assault and kidnapping in East Anchorage.Trump’s streamlining order: You’ve seen its kind beforeLiz Ruskin, Alaska Public Media – Washington D.C.On Tuesday, President Trump signed an executive order to speed up environmental reviews of infrastructure projects. His announcement of it, in the lobby of Trump Tower, was somewhat overshadowed by what he said next, about the White nationalist march in Virginia.Alaska Airlines pilots plan picket over lack of compensationCasey Grove, Alaska Public Media – AnchorageAlaska Airlines pilots have reached a breaking point in negotiations with the company, and now have plans to picket outside Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport.During NTSB investigative hearing, Ravn announces changes; more to comeJohanna Eurich, KYUK – AnchorageThe fatal Ravn Air crash near Togiak last fall was the focus of the investigative hearing held by the National Transportation Safety Board in Anchorage on Thursday.Feds say ferry system violates family leave actEd Schoenfeld, CoastAlaska – JuneauThe U.S. Department of Labor alleges the Alaska Marine Highway System is violating federal leave laws.Catching food security in a dipnetAnne Hillman, Alaska Public Media – AnchorageDroves of people flood the Kenai to dipnet each year, but does it pay? Given how much you spend on gear and gas, is it a viable solution for food insecurity? Some say yes.AK: Cyclists support the fight against cancer while riding from Texas to AlaskaHenry Leasia, Alaska Public Media – AnchorageLast week 70 cyclists completed the longest annual charity bicycle ride in the world from Austin, Texas to Anchorage, Alaska. Every year the Texas 4000 raises thousands of dollars for cancer research.49 Voices: William “Pops” Wilson of WasillaHenry Leasia, Alaska Public Media – AnchorageThis week we’re hearing from William “Pops” Wilson in Wasilla. Wilson has been fishing in the Wasilla area his whole life.last_img

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