Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, August 4, 2022

A sign outside the Anchorage School District’s bus depot advertises open bus driver positions. Without enough drivers, the district may have to suspend some bus routes. (Katie Anastas/Alaska Public Media)

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Thursday on Alaska News Nightly:

Economists say Anchorage has plenty of open jobs, but not enough workers to fill them. A Ketchikan couple sues over a school’s use of traditional tribal values. And biologists have a shocking new way to catch an invasive species of crayfish.

Reports tonight from:

Riley Board and Sabine Poux in Kenai
Wesley Early in Anchorage
Dan Bross and Robyne in Fairbanks
Raegan Miller in Ketchikan
and Dylan Simard in Kodiak

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

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