Alaska News Nightly: Monday, August 1, 2022

A group of people walk outside.
Akiak was the first community in the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta to bring high-speed broadband internet to all its residents last winter. Akiak youth talk with engineers and technicians about which house they will be installing an antenna on next. (Katie Basile/KYUK)

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Monday on Alaska News Nightly:

Federal funding is set to boost Internet access in rural Alaska. Without the state’s Ocean Rangers program, Glacier Bay National Park turns to independent inspectors. And the Anchorage Assembly now has a process to remove a mayor for a breach of public trust.

Reports tonight from:

Sage Smiley in Wrangell
Claire Stremple in Juneau
Raegan Miller in Ketchikan
Wesley Early and Tripp Crouse in Anchorage
Kirsten Dobroth in Kodiak
Riley Board in Kenai
Davis Hovey in Nome
and Angela Denning in Petersburg

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

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