Alaska News Nightly: Monday, April 25, 2022

A 32=foot gilnetter sails in blue waters next to green spruce-covered mountains.
The 32-foot gillnetter F/V Deja Vu sails on Aug. 3 near Metlakatla. Metlakatla’s tribal government recently sued Gov. Mike Dunleavy over the tribe’s right to fish in waters outside the boundaries of the state’s only Native reservation. (Photo courtesy of Johon Atkinson)

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Monday on Alaska News Nightly:

Gov. Mike Dunleavy doubts Interior Secretary Deb Haaland will approve the King Cove road. Also, the state’s first missing and murdered indigenous persons investigator is a veteran of the troopers. And years after a man was charged with illegally fishing near his Annette Island home, legal questions remain.

Reports tonight from:

Liz Ruskin in Washington, D.C.
Dan Bross in Fairbanks
Eric Stone in Ketchikan
Lyndsey Brollini in Juneau
and Sage Smiley in Wrangell

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

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