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Alaska law doesn’t require petitioners to prove recall allegations; the Trump administration has proposed cuts to the tsunami warning system; and early-rising Alaskans may see a super blue blood moon tonight.
No one has offered proof backing the recall allegations against Unalaska’s mayor; the derelict F/V Akutan is now on the bottom of the ocean; and the boys’ basketball team remains undefeated after claiming the Ravn Alaska championship.
The City Council is considering whether to interview manager candidates in public or private; Deputy Police Chief Jennifer Shockley will serve as acting director of the Department of Public Safety; and the boys’ basketball team has extended their undefeated streak to seven.
The state has taken possession of a derelict vessel anchored in Captains Bay; the Unalaska Raiders are in Bethel for a basketball tournament; and the U.S. Coast Guard has rescued two injured mariners from boats near Cold Bay.
An earthquake near Kodiak triggered a tsunami warning from British Columbia to Attu Island; Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke signs a land swap agreement to allow a road through the Izembek National Wildlife Refuge; and why relocating the village of Newtok may take an act of Congress.