Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, November 29, 2022

Dillingham school students
Alora Wassily, Harmony Larson, and Trista Wassily with names community members suggested for the creek in Dillingham. (Avery Lill/KDLG)

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Tuesday on Alaska News Nightly:

Congresswoman Mary Peltola is skeptical of a proposed deal to avert a rail strike. Also, a Dillingham creek gets a new name, after years of advocacy by local students. And the Bureau of Land Management considers allowing helicopter tours to a popular hot springs near Fairbanks.

Reports tonight from:

Liz Ruskin in Washington D.C.
Izzy Ross in Dillingham
Wesley Early in Anchorage
Riley Board in Kenai
Tim Ellis in Delta Junction
Raegan Miller in Ketchikan
Dan Bross in Fairbanks
and Rachel Cassandra in Petersburg

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

Casey Grove is host of Alaska News Nightly, a general assignment reporter and an editor at Alaska Public Media. Reach him at Read more about Casey here

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