Alaska News Nightly: April 5, 2013
John Marvin, Junior has been sentenced to 198 years in prison for the murder of two Hoonah police officers.
The United Nations General Assembly overwhelmingly passed the Global Arms Trade Treaty this week.
Another major military exercise has been cancelled. The Alaskan command announced this (Friday) morning that it will not hold Northern Edge 2013.
The Anchorage Assembly Chair says he’s going to introduce a new ordinance that will better outline how public hearings work.
A Fairbanks man survived a crevasse fall on a glacier near Delta Junction yesterday (Thursday).
The Alaska Moose Federation is working with an Alaska Native entity on a moose diversion project near Big Lake.
The National Weather Service is predicting another round of significant snow for Southcentral Alaska, from the Mat-Su Valley down to the Kenai Peninsula, this weekend.
This week on AK: Prom. Getting ready for prom can be a time-consuming process, and finding the right dress isn’t easy, especially when you live in rural Alaska.
This week, we’re heading to Upper Kalskag, a community of about 200 people on the Kuskokwim river east of Bethel.