Alaska News Nightly: Monday, November 28, 2022

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Bristol Bay sockeye fillets are processed at Nakeen Homepack during the 2015 season. (Photo by Hannah Colton/KDLG) Stories are posted on the statewide news page. Send news tips, questions, and comments to [email protected] Follow Alaska Public Media on Facebook and on Twitter @AKPublicNews. And subscribe to the Alaska News Nightly podcast. […]





Bristol Bay sockeye fillets are processed at Nakeen Homepack during the 2015 season. (Photo by Hannah Colton/KDLG)

Stories are posted on the statewide news page. Send news tips, questions, and comments to [email protected] Follow Alaska Public Media on Facebook and on Twitter @AKPublicNews. And subscribe to the Alaska News Nightly podcast.

Monday on Alaska News Nightly:

State senators form a bipartisan majority coalition. Also, biologists work to restore king salmon runs in Bristol Bay. And Alaskans can chop down their own Christmas trees in the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge.

Reports tonight from:

Rhonda McBride and Chris Klint in Anchorage
Yvonne Krumrey in Juneau
Izzy Ross in Dillingham
Tim Ellis in Delta Junction
Theo Greenly in Unalaska
Robyne in Fairbanks
and Riley Board in Kenai

Alaska News Nightly is hosted by Casey Grove, with producing and audio engineering from Chris Hyde and Katie Anastas.






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