Alaska News Nightly: Friday, November 25, 2022

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Rotary Beach south of Saxman is also called Bugge’s Beach. A federal grant will support Ketchikan Indian Community’s efforts to test waters at beaches like this for bacteria as the climate warms. (KRBD file photo) Stories are posted on the statewide news page. Send news tips, questions, and […]





Rotary Beach south of Saxman is also called Bugge’s Beach. A federal grant will support Ketchikan Indian Community’s efforts to test waters at beaches like this for bacteria as the climate warms. (KRBD file photo)

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Tuesday on Alaska News Nightly:

Ketchikan’s tribe hopes federal funds can offset impacts from climate change. Also, Juneau’s food bank continues to see high demand after a pandemic spike. And residents in St. George emerge from almost a month of no running water.

Reports tonight from:

Raegan Miller in Ketchikan,
Dan Bross in Fairbanks,
Jennifer Pemberton and Claire Stremple in Juneau,
Jill Fratis and Rhonda McBride in Anchorage,
Sage Smiley in Wrangell.

This episode of Alaska News Nightly was hosted by Wesley Early, with producing and audio engineering from Chris Hyde and Annie Feidt.






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