Oil industry prepares to fight to keep tax credits alive in 2017; UPDATE: Aleutian volcano erupts; AK State Troopers say cuts may force them out of urban areas; Outdoor rec area at Goose Creek might violate constitutional rights; Alaska, British Columbia detail transboundary mine pact; Murkowski, Sullivan support Russian election meddling probe; Sullivan finds traction, moves up in Senate Listen Now

PFD lawsuit moves to Alaska Supreme Court; Aleutian volcano erupts; ASRC: Obama acts in our name, ignores our needs; Mike Kelly funeral held; Fairbanks TSA equipment failure solved; Fight continues in Tongass over how to keep logging industry alive; Federal coal mining rule angers operator; Timeline extended for state takeover of Alaska LNG project; Ilisagvik College to expand bachelor degree programs; Ask a Climatologist: Tallying daylight on the darkest day of the year; Waning membership spurs Anchorage ski organization to change tack Listen Now

Obama 'indefinitely' bars drilling in Arctic waters; Easier reporting could reduce violence against sex workers; Despite fire, the World Ice Art Championships will still go on; Alaska Airlines now nation's fifth largest airline; Alaska Pacific University to become tribal college; Man sentenced for drunken Iditarod snowmachine incident; The feds are finally paying to move a village, but it’s not in Alaska; Gov. Walker proposes stable Fish and Game budget; Kodiak kids make sandwiches for the needy Listen Now

Alaska’s three electors vote for Trump with little incident; State irked at feds’ new GPS survey method; State tax division responds to new oil price projections; Alaska saw record-high number of suicides in 2015; Man sentenced for attacks in Alaska's Iditarod race; Obama brought attention to threatened Arctic villages, but little funding so far; Alutiiq language immersion school to open in Kodiak; Puffin die-off on St. Paul Island may point to larger ecosystem problems Listen Now

Why Trump’s pick for Interior wants land to stay federal; Judge in Alaska tosses lawsuit against electors; Fire burns main structure at Alaska ice carving park; Alaska wildfires linked to climate change; Arctic’s warmest year on record harshly affects ecosystem; Ask a Climatologist: Is that ice fog or freezing fog?; AK: Praising La Señora de Guadalupe in Anchorage; 49 Voices: Sophie Leshan of Anchorage Listen Now

Governor Walker's proposed budget leaves gap of almost $900 million; Walker abandons Juneau Access Road; Former Anchorage man indicted in Iranian money laundering scheme; Alaska woman sues to block electors from voting for Trump; Assembly member flooded with threatening messages since controversy; Fracking in Alaska: Who should weigh in?; Seniors find companionship through Kenaitze program Listen Now

Oil and gas companies scoop up North Slope leases on state and federal lands; Environmentalists ready for ANWR fight, with vets in their camp; State to audit the Alaska Gasline Development Corporation; Restaurant chains to pay $835K in unpaid overtime, damages; Successes and shortcomings in Anchorage’s homelessness strategy; ACLU sues Kenai Peninsula Borough over religious invocation policy; University of Alaska Southeast to house all UA education colleges; Guitar maker opts for more sustainable Sitka spruce Listen Now

Five teenagers face adult charges for Palmer murder; Governor Walker recovering from prostate cancer surgery; Exxon’s Tillerson, Trump’s choice for State Dept., has history in Alaska; Trump against F-35 program; Alaskan delegates think he'll come around; Legislature to conduct special audit of Mental Health Trust Authority; Fairbanks recycling business falls on hard times; Winter has a different meaning for Juneau’s homeless; Juneau man falls through thin ice, saves himself and then a babushka Listen Now

Man indicted for January Point Woronzof murders; Lake Clark search-and-recovery for missing plane stalled by ice fog; New Fairbanks program looks to speed up international travel; Anchorage pushing for port, more flexible finances from Legislature ; UAA volleyball claims second in NCAA Division II national tournament; Where does the soot come from that peppers Juneau Icefield?; Beth Kerttula returns to Juneau with message: Time to plan for ocean’s future; Funding for new Craig harbor will have to wait; Few changes made in final Tongass forest plan decision Listen Now

Obama draws fury and joy with Bering Sea protection; Washington congresswoman is likely pick to lead Trump's Interior Department; Feds say plane presumably crashed in Alaska lake; Exito sinking victim search called off; Interior Energy Project close to having new gas supplier; Ask a Climatologist: With snow and cold, ‘it’s Alaska again’; Mt. Edgecumbe High School wrestlers learn about healthy relationships; AK: Hundreds of Douglas kids band together in music class; 49 Voices: Ives Viray in Anchorage Listen Now

Former Fairbanks state Rep. Mike Kelly dies in plane crash; Search continues for missing Port Alsworth plane; Official who created state’s pot rules to leave just as industry gets on its feet; Congress adds soldiers, removes pressure for JBER cut; Newtok to ask Obama for federal disaster declaration; Energy bill fails; Murkowski blames House; Problems with Mat-Su code could lead to pot shop in Talkeetna; Census Bureau adds areas, languages to be translated for Alaska elections; Pribilof scientists work to bring back decimated blue king crab population Listen Now

Trump taps petrol industry ally for top EPA job; Accusations of fake news and Islamophobia fill Anchorage Assembly; Two missing after vessel sinks near Priest Rock; UAF rape victim speaks out following investigation completion; Money management at Mental Health Trust raises concerns; NTSB: 1 dead in plane crash in Alaska; How much oil is really in ANWR? Listen Now

Missing Fairbanks octogenarian found dead; Eric Jewkes to become new Fairbanks police chief; Trump transition team adds Alaskan as tribal liaison; Alaska Airlines gets US approval to buy Virgin America; 3 people injured in west midtown Anchorage shooting; Department of Environmental Conservation to update oil spill rules; Alaska Mental Heath Trust looks to Icy Cape sands for resources; Mysterious sea lion decline persists in western Alaska; Juneau under winter storm warning; Sitka bears still awake looking for trash; Mysterious beak deformities may be caused by virus; Plugging in could be cheaper for Juneau’s electric vehicle owners in 2017 Listen Now

Bethel police say couple dies in residential fire; Police believe they found body of missing Palmer teen; State looks to federal government to help sustain insurance market; Community of Stebbins experiencing 'water crisis'; Juneau police shooting victim arrested following hospitalization ; Taxi industry in for a few changes in Anchorage; Pedestrian safety highlighted in Alaska's darkest months; Charting new courses: Student mariners prepare to navigate a warmer Arctic; Energy audit aims to cut costs for fishermen; Galena to hold recall election for school board Listen Now

Economists respond to loss in oil and gas jobs; Anchorage lags behind rest of the state in opening pot shop; Teen convicted of shooting foster father over vape charger; Climate change affects hunters as well as hunted animals; Controversial Sled Dog film to premiere at Canadian festival; Rescuers carry down skier after injury at Turnagain Pass; AK: Orca ‘swims again’ thanks to Homer skeleton builders; 49 Voices: James Evans of Chugiak Listen Now

Local corporation sues City of Utqiagvik to halt name-change; Alaska leaders seek to avoid fight over oil taxes; State helps ease multi-million dollar Bluecrest loan; Anchorage Police Department adds officers; Police investigate gun threat at Chugiak High School; Obama administration announces BLM overhaul; State picks Data Recognition Corporation for new student assessments; Alaska prepares public housing smoking ban; Moose Creek residents advised on ground water contaminants; Alaska officials look to increase recognition of hate crimes; Author discusses book on World War II importance of Kuril Islands Listen Now

Palin for VA? She seems eager; ACLU sues state on abortion regs; Murkowski deals with legislation involving guns and marijuana; Fairbanks looks to transform school day; Alaska fire crews battling blazes in Southeast U.S.; Ask a Climatologist: Bitter cold makes a comeback in Alaska; Police still searching for missing Palmer teen; Modern ‘warriors’ protect language, water, subsistence, families; Alaskan seeks to document bringing DeLorean "Back to Alaska" Listen Now

Interior Dept. gives Ahtna region more say in moose, caribou hunt; Deadline nears for Murkowski energy bill; Former Attorney General Richards joins Bering Straits Native Corp; Armstrong Oil and Gas has high hopes for another North Slope find this winter; Sockeye fire trial postponed again; North Slope caribou hunters face new restrictions; Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center welcomes two new wolves; Earthquake swarm in Port Heiden continues; Invasive strep outbreak claims lives of 4 Alaskans; Southcentral’s only meat packing plant up for grabs; Anchorage NAACP elects new president; Grand jury indicts man in Anchorage auto shop shooting death; What’s school like in Tenakee Springs without a school? Listen Now

State's new top general back in Alaska for the third time; One Alaskan’s quest to transform how we clean up oil spills; Sockeye fire trial starts tomorrow; Jilkaat Kwaan Cultural Heritage Center opens in Klukwan; Satellite tags offer rare glimpse into harbor seal life; Officials ban trailers for carrying dogs in Iditarod; UAA men claim seventh place in Great Alaska Shootout; Kenaitze Tribe promotes traditional values through Moose Camp Listen Now

All absentee ballots counted and accounted for; Rural lawmakers wield power without recent precedent; DOC seeks input on re-purposing Palmer Correctional Center; High winds forecast for Aleutians, Alaska Peninsula; Sitkans aim to raise funds, traditional foods for Standing Rock protesters; Trump, Congress and Southeast timber, what are the possibilities?; Ski champ Randall back on women's US Cross Country Ski Team; UAA women take fourth place in Great Alaska Shootout; AK: Native fashion designs dazzle catwalks; 49 Voices: Ma'o Tosi of Anchorage Listen Now