Since May, murals have been popping up around Homer's main commercial street, Pioneer Avenue. This is thanks to the Peonies on Pioneer Mural Program. The six-week program was led by an out of state art consultant with help from Bunnell Street Arts Center, and a handful of local artists. Listen now

Woman dies while in DOC custody, investigation underway; body of missing Fairbanks boy found in river; family of missing hiker continue search after Troopers stop looking; Walker signs alcohol bill with marijuana business provisions; An Uncertain Future: Tony DeHaven looks to his job future wearily; why some Alaska workers turn down pay increases; Providence, St. Joseph hospital chains announce massive merger; researchers watching sockeye sizes; Bristol Bay brand to feature modern logo, emphasize story; art born from math on display in Anchorage Museum Listen now

From the oil patch to oil & vinegar; monster landslide rocks Southeast Alaska; search called off for missing Nome hiker; police rule Sunday bike path shooting a homicide; paralytic shellfish poisoning poses a serious risk in four Juneau-Douglas beaches; Central Council acquires international contracting company; Kenai Peninsula Borough considers lowering senior tax exemption; Linda Behnken to represent Alaska on halibut commission Listen now

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Tribes in Alaska can now take lands into trust; new California law could jeopardize Alaska’s ivory market; whale deaths near Anchorage, Glacier Bay prompt investigation; substance abuse programs, Office of Children's Services get boost in funding; the meaning of names Part 4: The aftermath of generational trauma; AK: The solitary rhythm of life at a remote Air Force installation; 49 Voices: Brian Weed of Juneau Download Audio

Kodiak Spaceport lands big customer; the pulses overhead: remote radars still tie together Alaska's air defense; Walker: Oil companies suggested state take over gas line; TLMP amendment draft decision announced; day four of search for missing hiker begins; Observing the fast of Ramadan in the land of the midnight sun; Southcentral Alaska braces for heavy rains, rising water levels Download Audio

Gov. Walker's budget vetoes total $1.29B; dividend cut in half; Walker cuts $58M from schools; Walker shuts down mega-projects in wake of budgetary woes; DOC to close corrections facility after Governor's veto; Anchorage citizens react to PFD cuts; Legislative Council votes not to appeal Walker's expansion of Medicaid eligibility; The meaning of names Part 3: A time for change; substance abuse treatment is hurting, experts say Download Audio

Jahna Lindemuth to serve as next Alaska Attorney General; EIA predicts lean oil decades for Alaska; Nome Fire Dept, Troopers, Coast Guard team up in search for missing hiker; in Northwest Arctic, controversy continues on eve of new caribou restrictions; heavy rain forecasted for the Alaska Range; The meaning of names Part 2: A family history; Anchorage receives $1.3 million grant to revise homeless services; some must leave home to get help

Regents to discuss $40M deal for UAF engineering building; lightning strikes spark fires all over the Interior; Kavairlook shooting suspect found in Ohio; Norwegian tanker runs aground near Nunivak Island; tagging baby seals for science near Yakutat’s glacial fjords; Sealaska critic Mick Beasley elected to board of directors; Japanese kayakers paddle Aleutian chain; how safe are your clothes? Speaker talks about everyday toxics, mountaineering; The meaning of names Part 1: Indigenizing government; 2017 Iditarod sign-ups begin; UAF researcher looks at causes of the 9/11 World Trade Center attack. A University of Alaska Fairbanks researcher is working to unravel a lingering mystery of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attack on the World Trade Center in New York City. The collapse of Building 7, near the Twin Towers, has long been a centerpiece of theories that the 9/11 attacks were part of a government conspiracy Download Audio

Possible Anchorage special session location would crimp fundraising; judge rules that the House cannot appeal Walker's expansion of Medicaid; maritime unions endorse Don Young's political rival; U.K. vote to leave E.U. has ripple effects on oil and permanent fund; Bethel nonprofits will no longer get a pass on sales taxes; AK: Before Orlando and after Orlando; 49 Voices: Katy Laurance of Anchorage Download Audio

Attorney General Craig Richards resigns abruptly; Walker appoints new DNR commissioner; second cabinet change today; Congressional delegation on Trump: meh; rural Alaska communities to get $16 million in federal energy grants; Anchorage woman wins Trans Am bike race; first woman, first American to do so; all manner of waterborne entries on starting line of race to Alaska; group cites concern for belugas in protest of Bluecrest; boulder the size of a van dislodged over Seward highway; Yukon subsistence fisherman get first targeted opening for Yukon salmon in 5 years; Supreme Court Justice Sotomayor to speak at UAF in August; future of Denali Wolf pack in question; Tetlin fire estimated smaller than previously thought, still burning near Tok Download Audio

Lawmakers to Pebble: Why not file already?; eyebrows raised over Gov’s pipeline proposal; government officials may be too optimistic about market with respect to Permanent Fund; administrative change ahead for veteran benefits; Alaska State Troopers extend Girdwood coverage through September; in public hearing, support nearly unanimous for Juneau ordinance to ban LGBT discrimination; Quintillion to begin laying subsea fiber optic cable; Dr. Neal Hitch will lead Museum of The Aleutians; Anchorage DA to decide whether to charges House spokesman; Hoonah’s Native corporation names new CEO; Nenana runs out of money to complete bridge intended to open agricultural lands; clouds delay Midnight Sun Baseball Game Download Audio

State considers major changes to Alaska LNG project; rating agencies warn Alaska: we're watching you; benefits bill for law enforcement, firefighters' survivors falls short; Tesoro gives up terminal to avoid antitrust case over gasoline; three-day long ceremony marks consecration of first Buddhist temple in Alaska; Northwest Passage cruise marks turning point in Arctic tourism; driver charged with manslaughter in fatal Aleutians crash; Park Service pushes for more Native representation in top-level jobs Download Audio

Murkowski, Sullivan vote no on gun limits; legislators respond to Walker's latest special session; more than 200 people work to put out Tetlin River Fire near Tok; a cocktail napkin is at the heart of $1M lawsuit against ADN; FBI: No national security threat in '15 Alaska plane crash; Dillingham woman missing after leaving Juneau treatment center in March; underpaid Alaska contractors bear burden of Buccaneer’s bankruptcy; Kiehl proposes ordinance to outlaw LGBT discrimination in Juneau; first openly gay bishop talks about religion and sexuality Download Audio

Permanent Fund restructuring bill dies in House committee; Russia launches largest, most powerful icebreaker in the world; fledgling Fairbanks pot business sees high startup costs; raft capsizes near North Slope, two Nevada women dead; George Mute's body found after nine months; Bristol Bay communities working on processing plants; AK: Summer ski jumping; 49 Voices: Onya Enkhbat of Unalaska Download Audio

Former Mayor Dan Sullivan drops out of senatorial race; Democrats say Murkowski sinks bill with riders; major change for Alaska vets as TriWest steps aside; dividend checks would drop, but not by as much, under revised bill; Michael Johnson to be new commissioner of education and early development; Former military leaders fight on the side of lease sales in the Arctic; first evidence of ancient trade with Asia uncovered in Northwest Alaska; numerous wildfires hit Interior and St. Lawrence Island; Copper River King salmon run slower than anticipated; troopers reveal victims in Atka crash were from Anchorage; Fairbanks man gets 17 years behind bars in murder-for-hire; Bethel elders could be spending more time alone once ONC closes Senior Center Download Audio

Three die in deadly car crash in Atka; Walker sympathizes with dividend-cut opponents, but says it's the only option; Board of Education interviews candidates for education commissioner; Young, Murkowski bills would delay change for Tongass; scientists urge Obama to end offshore drilling leases in Arctic; Anchorage PrideFest to see increased security after mass shooting in Orlando; LKSD dual language program helps student succeed in Yupik and English; ANSEP and new design plans presented for Wrangell Institute property; private nonprofit to assume management of Valdez-area parks; Fairbanks launches new anti-opioid initiative Download Audio

Permanent Fund bill stalls in House Finance Committee; third major ratings agency downgrades Alaska credit; Murkowski puts riders in spending bill; Dems decry 'poison pills'; Obama's opioid addiction treatment plan could result in millions for Alaskan treatments; AVCP reports near bankruptcy to board of directors; police release name of moose attack victim; 64 years later, closure sought for Colony Glacier plane crash; Anchorage Fire Department: dangerous fire conditions; voices of Sitkans mourning Orlando shooting victims; bear gets head stuck in can, officials jump to aid Download Audio

VA relieves contractor of role in appointments; Permanent Fund bill faces test in House Finance Committee; new federal rule could prevent litigation over Native children in state custody; LGBTQ community grieves while celebrating Pride; Big Lake throws block party in remembrance of Miller's Reach fire; state and defense attorneys argue over Sockeye wildfire trial date; Juneau charges ahead with electric vehicles; youth tell US Attorney General: Alaska needs help Download Audio

In Anchorage, U.S. Attorney General announces new focus on Alaska Native issues; Legislature still hasn’t officially sent budget to governor; Lawsuit filed against EPA over fine particulate pollution in Fairbanks, North Pole; remains of hiker found at Denali National Park; summer Yukon salmon runs predicted to be below average; hydroponics business brings local produce to Kotzebue; hundred-year ‘treasure’ of Alaska history and culture opens in Juneau; AK: Bear spray do's and don'ts; 49 Voices: Vivian Osborne of North Pole Download Audio