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Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, June 25, 2019

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, June 25, 2019

Former Alaska lawmaker disappointed with retroactive per diem payments; Pebble CEO and opponent debate whether mine proposal is 'the nose under the camel's tent'; Kenai's Swan Lake Fire grows to 37,000 acres; Some Interior residents prepare to relocate as Shovel Creek Fire intensifies; 15 wildfires currently staffed by emergency responders; Cost-cutting will take Alaska’s flagship ferry out of service; Feds investigate video of cruise ship in near-miss with humpback whales; Homes near Akiak's eroded riverbank need to move, but some people choose to stay; Fly fishing and guide academy brings local touch to sport fishing industry; Tie-dye, rainbows and love songs: Juneau’s first youth LGBTQ Pride party
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