Alaska News Nightly
Alaska Flu Cases Skyrocket In December; Army Corps Of Engineers Discuss Deep Water Port Options; Study Shows Military’s Impact On Alaska; Fairbanks Residents Wake Thursday To Minus 41; Gambell Carvers Get Ivory To Work With; Same-Sex Marriage Ruling’s Effect On Alaska; Russian Mission Man Dies In Snowmachine Crash; Sitka Moorage Fee Hike Takes Effect Jan. 1; ANB Harbor Replacement Moves Forward
More Than 700 Alaskans Sign Up For Health Coverage; Interior Gas Utility Lays Out Fairbanks LNG Plan; Kenai Groups Oppose Commercial Setnetting Ban; Southeast Dungeness Crab Catch Surpasses Expectations; Selling A Small Business; Alaska Flags To Be Lowered For Former State Rep; 17,000 Alaskans Fall Into Health Care Gap; Walt Monegan Remembers Special Christmas Memory
Jewell Rejects Road Through Izembek; State Suggests New KABATA Finance Strategy; Rio Tinto Considers Pulling Out Of Pebble Mine; 1 Dead In Talkeetna Spur Road Crash; Reindeer Herders Ask For Help As Herds Dwindle; Experts Caution Against Breed-Specific Dog Laws; WWAMI Program Prepares To Undergo Changes; An Alternative Take On The Christmas Tree; At Unalaska’s Methodist Church, Telling A Special Christmas Story
Big Money Expected In Oil Tax Battle; GCI Buys 3 Southeast TV Stations, With Big Ambitions; Bridge Could Be Viable Replacement For Flood-Prone Chester Creek Culvert; Savoonga Get Extra Bowhead Strike To Supplement Food Stores; St. Lawrence Island Receives Big Food Donation; AK: Robotics; 300 Villages: Chevak
New Ambassador To China Could Trigger Senatorial Domino Effect; Cook Inlet Production Up 13 Percent; Tanana Chiefs Conference Gets Lead Role In Tribal Foster Care; Government Requests Proposals For Emergency Food Systems; GCI Announces Incoming 1-Gigabit Service; Alaskan Brewing Company Reacts To ‘Wastebook’ Listing; Eagle Wreaks Havoc Inside Unalaska Ship Supply Store
Coast Guard Crew Member After Injury During November Rescue; Will Smaller Capital Budgets Mean Fewer Jobs?; Federal Regulation Of State Waters Ruling Being Appealed; Assembly Approves $4.4 Million for Rec Center, Tennis Courts; Mat-Su Troopers Getting New Crime Suppression Unit; Professor Sees Link Between Bullying, Substance Abuse; CNN To Spotlight Alaska’s High Rape Numbers; 5 Things To Know About The New Southeast Radiation Oncology Center; Japan Airlines Announces Flights To Fairbanks
Is AGIA Dead?; Congress Likely To Pass Budget; State Supreme Court Hears Pebble Mine Arguments; Hunters May Get Tax Break For Game Donations; State Senators Question Anchorage Tennis Court Funds; BLM Taking Steps To Clean Up Red Devil Mine; At Reopened Museum of the Aleutians, A Focus On Storytelling; Fairbanks Drag Racing Strip Application Approved; Fairbanks Light Project Shines On
State May Get 8 Cargo Planes; China Bans Purchase Of Northwest Shellfish; Gas Spills From Broken Pipe On Kake Waterfront; Australian Company Mothballs Chickaloon Coal Mine Plan; Thousands Of New Fish Specimens Double Museum’s Collection; What Would You Do With 9 Tons Of Salmon You Can’t Sell?; Fairbanks Discuss Solutions For Support Services Void; Palmer Farmers’ Market Starts Up
Oiled Birds Wash Ashore On St. Lawrence Island. Legislation Would Reject Pay Raise For Governor. Without Medicaid Expansion, Alaska’s Poorest Get Nothing From Health Law. Susitna Dam Funding Cut In Proposed Budget. Legislators Consider State Takeover Of School Health Plans To Lower Costs. Bethel Man Remembers Growing Up In Apartheid South Africa. AK: Ancient Shorelines. 300 Villages: Shaktoolik.
Gov. Parnell Proposes $1 Billion In Budget Cuts; Presidential Adviser Pete Rouse Touts Alaska Roots; Savoonga Whales Fulfill Musical Needs; Warming Arctic Likely Contributing To Erratic Worldwide Weather Patterns; Revisions Required For Shell’s 2014 Chukchi Exploration Plan; Bethel Homeless Shelter To Open By Christmas; Eaglecrest In Finals Of Ski Town Throwdown; US Women’s Nordic Team Entering Third World Cup Week
Big Outside Money Expected For US Senate Race; Study Investigates Two Decades Of APD Officer-Involved Shootings; Department of Administration Gets New Acting Commissioner; Report: 398 Alaskans Pick Marketplace Plans; Public Tells Commissioners HB77 Concerns; Recent Warm Up Affects Subsistence Gathering; Maritime Refuge Eyeing Invasive Cattle On Two Islands; Governor Continues 100-Year-Old Holiday Tradition
Preliminary Report Reveals Few Details In St. Mary’s Crash; Juneau Highway Gunfight Followed Friday’s Drug-Related Shooting; Funerary Polar Bear Skulls May Be Returned To St. Lawrence Island; Savoonga Harvests Second Whale; State Weighs Options For Highway To Bypass Wasilla; Hovercraft To Be Replaced With Helicopter At Akutan Airport; Putting The ‘State’ In Alaska State Museum; Fairbanks Green Energy Advocate Pushes For Alternative Funding Model; Crews Testing New Road Ice Breaker; XtraTuf Says Its Boots Are Better
Bristol Bay Fishermen File Suit Over Lone Star Sinking; FDA To Announce Decision On Genetically Modified Salmon; Fairbanks Company Offers Giant Pellet Fuel Logs; Inmate Hospitalized After Assault; Major AHFC Mixed Development in the Works for Mountain View; Dog Attack Victim, Hero Recount Their Ordeal; Geological Forensics At The Mendenhall Glacier; Adak Eyes Potential Polluck Fishery
Lindsey Holmes Recall Application Rejected; Representative Bob Herron Fined For Ethics Violation; Attorney General Questions Commission’s Public Safety Solutions; UAA Tops Out New Engineering Building; Avian Cholera Caused Savoonga, Gambell Seabird Die Off; Powassan Virus On The Rise; Ambler Road Focus Of Anchorage Meeting; AK: Fortress of the Bear; 300 Villages: Whale Pass
Robin Gattis Sentenced To 16 Years For Drug Conspiracy; Cuts, Savings Withdrawals To Cover Alaska’s Budget Shortfall; Arctic Fibre Reveals Alaska Broadband Plans; BOEM Reviews Lease Sale Comments; Court Backs Park Service In Water Rights Case; Indian Law and Order Commission Report Criticizes Alaska; Savoonga Lands 55-Foot Bowhead Whale; Former Legislator, Teacher, Homesteader Niilo Koponen Dies
State To Receive $2 Billion Less In Next Fiscal Year’s Oil Taxes; Participants Voice Hopes And Realities At Domestic Violence Prevention Summit; Federal Budget Deal Might Include Higher Air Travel Taxes; Bills Would Help Communities Deal With Marine Debris; Scientist Reprimanded Over Emails Settles Case; Air Plan Deadline Extension Draws Critics; Mayor Serves Assembly New Tennis Proposal; Federal Extended Unemployment Benefits Coming To An End; Skagway Residents Concerned About Short-Staffed Postal Service; Alaska Columnist Preps For Springtime Gardens
Some State Legislators Pushing For Stronger Federal Disclosure Laws; Alaska Groups Give Passing Grade To Reworked Healthcare.Gov; Dead Birds Wash Up On St. Lawrence Island; Frog Abnormality Research Finds Location is a Key Factor; Plucky Delta Farmer Undaunted, Determined to Rebuild Poultry Barn Razed by Fire; Crews Rescue Woman From Fairbanks High Rise Window; Late Start for Flu Shots Causes Concern; How To Save An Endangered Language
Alaska Searching For Methane Hydrate Research Partners; Survey Says Alaska Has Poor Business Climate; Officials Documenting Wreckage of St. Marys’ Crash; Premera Won’t Increase Rates On Plan Extensions; Juneau Observes World AIDS Day; Family Hopes to Save Homestead of 30-Years; Kodiak Alum Receives Holiday Surprise from Teammates
Murkowski, Begich push for icebreakers; ANWR still a battleground; Randall finishes second in World Cup race; Georgetown beats UAA in Great Alaska Shootout; Delta Junction wants clinic, pharmacy; Doyon explores Nenana Basin.
Wildlife Buffer Proposed for Denali, Seward Man Fined for Dumping Oily Bilge Water, Time Frame Given for Water Permit Process, Shipyard Wants More for Repairs, APU Skiers Head for World Cup Race, Celebrating Thanksgiving in Karluk.