Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, September 29, 2022

A young man in a blue shirt and black sweatshirt stands in front of two tents and a trailer covered in a blue tarp.
Gryffin Husleton stands outside the tent he shares with his cousin in Centennial Park campground in Anchorage. Husleton says they moved to Centennial after losing their apartment three months ago, but he has plans to move into more permanent housing through Catholic Social Services. (Elyssa Loughlin/ Alaska Public Media)

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Thursday on Alaska News Nightly:

A campground that was opened to Anchorage’s homeless is set to close on Saturday. Also, a dozen Aleutian communities are set to get high-speed internet. And an eight-year study finds that wolves eat much more than deer and moose.

Reports tonight from:

Chris Klint, Liz Ruskin and Wesley Early in Anchorage
Will McCarthy in Bethel
Kirsten Dobroth in Kodiak
Sabine Poux in Kenai
Robert Woolsey in Sitka
Jennifer Pemberton and Claire Stremple in Juneau
and Angela Denning in Petersburg

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

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