In this newscast:
- Proponents of the latest attempt to repeal Obamacare have a new draft and hope to win Sen. Lisa Murkowski’s vote,
- a presidential commission is investigating alleged voter fraud in Alaska, and
- this year’s wolf hunting quota for Prince Wales Island.
- This year's Wearable Art show featured more than 30 entries, including a controversial one that won third place amid outcry over cultural appropriation.
- Doctors have confirmed the presence of mumps in Juneau for the first time in more than two decades. Juneau Public Health Center nurse manager Alison Gaines says there has been one confirmed case of the disease in Juneau as of Thursday.
- The state-sponsored corporation working to advance a major gas line project is opening a field office in Nikiski. It will be the Alaska Gasline Development Corp.'s third satellite office.
- Douglas resident Sara Hannan has filed a letter of intent to run for Alaska House District 33. That’s the seat currently held by Democratic Rep. Sam Kito III.