Alaska News Nightly: Friday, October 30, 2020

A young girl dressed as a fortune teller stands on a the deck of a house with a bag of candy. Next to her, a ten foot long striped pipe stretches from the deck to the lawn below.
10-year-old Gracie Baer demonstrates her “treat transporter” PVC pipe candy chute while dressed as a fortune teller on Friday. (Photo courtesy Nate Baer)

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Friday on Alaska News Nightly:

Governor Dunleavy says local leaders have the power to impose mask mandates but some of those leaders aren’t so sure. And, Anchorage families ask the assembly to weigh in on the school district’s reopening plan. Plus, cruise ships can resume sailings but that doesn’t guarantee a cruise season for Alaska.

Reports tonight from:

  • Nat “The Cat in the Hat” Herz and Kavitha “The Jack o’ Lantern” George in Anchorage
  • Andrew “Killin’ Me Softly” Kitchenman, “Murderous” Matt Miller and Jacob “Jazz Hands” Resneck in Juneau
  • Claire “A Bear Among Many Bears in Haines” Stremple in Haines
  • Eric “The Sorcerer” Stone in Ketchikan
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