In this newscast:
- City officials lift its air emergency,
- NOAA Fisheries wraps its investigation into a cruise ship’s near miss of a pod of whales caught on video,
- scientists monitor glacial dam release data affecting the Mendenhall Valley,
- Alaska’s heat wave is literally killing salmon in the lower Kuskokwim,
- the deadline passes for state lawmakers to override Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s budget vetoes, and
- law enforcement in Vermont discover cannabis plants in the state Capitol’s flowerbeds.
- As the Alaska Legislature continues to grapple with the state's budget, Juneau is dealing with the direct and indirect impacts of Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s budget vetoes.
- The announcement comes despite concerns expressed by the accreditation commission's president, who has warned that cuts to the University of Alaska's budget could jeopardize accreditation in the future.
- The Alaska State Hospital and Nursing Home Association’s president says the changes should have been handled through the normal process for changing rules.
- Officials say some area pilots aren't abiding by the temporary flight restriction over the fire, and that could have major consequences.