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Alaska News Nightly by Alaska Public Media

The University of Alaska Board of Regents is set to decide next steps for the partially completed engineering building at the Fairbanks campus. Download Audio
Alaska News Nightly by Alaska Public Media

Alaska road crews have dislodged a massive boulder that was poised to come crashing down on a highway busy with summer travelers. Download Audio

The Anchorage district attorney will soon decide whether to file assault charges against the spokesman for the majority caucus of the Alaska House of Representatives. Download Audio
Alaska News Nightly by Alaska Public Media

State government officials might be too optimistic about the market when planning to use money from the Alaska Permanent Fund to help pay for state government. Download Audio

The driver of a passenger van that crashed on the remote Aleutian island of Atka, killing three passengers, has been charged with three counts of manslaughter. Download Audio
Alaska News Nightly by Alaska Public Media

The FBI says there was no threat to national security when a pilot crashed a small airplane into office buildings in downtown Anchorage late last year. Download Audio
Alaska News Nightly by Alaska Public Media

A raft carrying at least 10 people capsized during a guided trip on Alaska's remote North Slope, leaving two Nevada women dead. Download Audio
Alaska News Nightly by Alaska Public Media

A former Fairbanks chiropractor and gun dealer has been sentenced to 17 years in prison for soliciting the murder of federal officers and others involved in an investigation against him in a separate murder-for-hire plot. Download Audio

Alaska State Troopers say the three men killed Tuesday in a traffic crash on a remote Aleutian island were all from Anchorage. Download Audio
Alaska News Nightly by Alaska Public Media

Anchorage police have released the name of the man critically injured last week in a suspected moose attack. Download Audio

The Anchorage Fire Department is warning of dangerous fire conditions. Download Audio

Alaska regulators have approved the state's first license for a legal marijuana business. Download Audio

National Park Service rangers are investigating the shooting death of a moose inside Denali National Park in violation of federal law. Download Audio
Alaska News Nightly by Alaska Public Media

A 48-year-old woman from the Fairbanks area has died in a rafting accident on the Lowe River near Valdez.

The House Finance Committee has advanced three of Gov. Bill Walker's tax proposals, though several members indicated they did so begrudgingly to allow for a House floor vote. Download Audio
Alaska News Nightly by Alaska Public Media

Federal marine mammal experts are hoping the public will help lead them to a humpback whale that became entangled in anchor line in southeast Alaska. Download Audio
Alaska News Nightly by Alaska Public Media

Anchorage police are investigating the death of a pedestrian struck on the Seward Highway just south of Potter Marsh. Download Audio
Alaska News Nightly by Alaska Public Media

According to The National Park Service, a father and son died when a boat capsized at Glacier Bay National Park. Download Audio

A mountaineer from the Czech Republic is dead after an estimated 1,500-foot fall on Denali Mountain. The National Park Service reports 45-year-old Pavel Michut was skiing Messner Couloir when he fell Saturday.

The state is seeking contractors to look into the feasibility of privatizing four of the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services' juvenile detention facilities.