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    Officials in Anchorage are changing protocols for abating unlawful homeless camps, but critics question whether the premise itself is flawed. Listen now

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    Walker announced in 2016 that he wasn’t going ahead with the project. But the new Federal Highway Administration decision finalizes that choice.

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    The Alaska Board of Fisheries declared the low sockeye return to the Chignik River an emergency at a meeting on Tuesday. Members voted to keep the subsection of the Dolgoi Islands and Southeastern District Mainland area closed through August 8. Listen now

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    A natural gas supply proposal from Siemens and Knikatnu Corporation is a safer, less expensive option for the Interior Gas Utility. That’s the message from officials with the partnered companies that want to supply the Fairbanks North Star Borough’s Interior Gas Utility with liquefied natural gas.

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    It took a lot of work for Alaska to break into the Chinese market. One man has been at it for decades: Yingdi Wang, the Chinese-born, American citizen who is the state’s go-to guy in China. Listen now

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    This week, we're hearing from Benito Achas in Kodiak. Achas works with drug rehabilitation at Safe Harbor and immigrated to Alaska from the Phillipines in the mid 90s. Listen now

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  • 07/20/18--18:00: UA’s College of Education
  • It's the middle of summer but students seeking higher education are making plans for fall. The University's new Alaska College of Education aims to train more state residents to take teaching jobs here. The idea is to keep good teachers in rural Alaska communities.

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    University of Alaska Fairbanks officials say a man killed himself on campus this morning by jumping from the eighth-floor of the Gruening Building. Listen now

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    Sen. Lisa Murkowski is urging President Trump to use "all available resources" to reunite migrant families. Listen now

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    Murkowski calls on Trump to end 'sad chapter' of splitting families at border; Court filing aims to prevent lawsuits by Alaska victims in Las Vegas shooting; Board of Fisheries declares low Chignik sockeye returns an emergency; Inuit Circumpolar Council signs Utqiaġvik Declaration: a guide for future Arctic action; In apparent suicide, man dies after jumping from eighth floor of UAF building; After Hydro One leaders resign, Avista reassures regulators about merger; The squid or the whale? Reported giant squid in Lynn Canal actually decomposing whale; AK: The journey of Alaska's go-to man in China; 49 Voices: Benito Achas of Kodiak Listen now

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    MGM Resorts International wants a judicial declaration that it was not liable in any way for the attack. The PBS NewsHour reported about 2,500 people had sued or threatened to sue MGM and that the company responded with lawsuits similar to the one filed in Alaska. Listen now

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    The U.S. is set to reach two million solar panel installations by the end of this year. It took 30 years to reach the first million and just two to add a million more. That’s partly because solar panels have gotten a lot cheaper and more efficient in the last few years. Solarize Anchorage is working to bring that trend to Alaska. Listen now

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    The meeting concluded with the signing of the Utqiaġvik Declaration, which will guide the ICC’s work for the next four years. Listen now

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    Alaska Electric Light & Power said political pressures in Ontario won’t affect the acquisition of its parent company Avista by Hydro One of Toronto. But market analysts warn of new uncertainty over the $5.3 billion deal. Listen now

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    Six tribes have passed resolutions against the proposed mine in the past two months; and eight have spoken out against it in the last two years. Listen now

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    Initiative supporters say it would actually lower costs for the state. Listen now

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    Many Bristol Bay salmon processors give bonuses to fishermen who can chill the fish sitting in their boat’s hold. That’s not so easy, though, when ice is in short supply. Listen now

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    It’s forecast to remain hot across the Interior through mid-week. Listen now

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    Bigger and bigger cruise ships bring more and more passengers to the Inside Passage. Southeast Alaska communities are investing more into the tourism industry hoping for a return of that investment. Listen now

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    State leaders say salmon initiative would cost time and money if it passes; More Y-K Delta tribes protest Donlin Mine as permitting process progresses; Troopers investigate double North Pole shooting; Interior heat wave to continue as temperature records are broken; Small fires put out near Copper River over weekend; Siemens and Knikatnu propose to jointly supply IGU with LNG; Southeast invests in tourism hoping for big return; Solarize Anchorage spreads solar across Airport Heights neighborhood; Selling Arctic science with a BARC-becue; Here's why ice was a hot commodity in the Nushagak this summer Listen now

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