Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, January 4, 2023

Red crab apples hang from a tree with snow sitting on top.
Frozen crab apples collected tall stacks of snow during back-to-back storms in Anchorage. Photographed on Monday, Dec. 12, 2022. (Valerie Kern/Alaska Public Media)

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Wednesday on Alaska News Nightly:

A massive bird flu outbreak in Washington leads to an egg shortage in Alaska. How smoke alarms made a clear difference between two New Year’s house fires. And climatologists say last month’s heavy snow in Anchorage was in part due to climate change.

Reports tonight from:

Chris Klint, Rhonda McBride and Kavitha George in Anchorage
Izzy Ross in Dillingham
and Sabine Poux in Kenai

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

Madilyn Rose is the program producer at Alaska Public Media. Reach her at Read more about Madilyn here.

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