TAPS kicks off 40th year with a little more oil than expected; Young, Murkowski swear in, move up amid Congressional pomp; Savoonga, Gambell fare differently in weekend storms; Attorneys seek time for possible Pebble Mine suit resolution; Canadian officials look to stop Southeast river pollution from mines; State seeks comment on petition to incorporate Nikiski; Anchorage to get five-year economic plan based on community input; For Haines and Skagway, 2016 was the warmest year on record; Physics for Rockstars; Alaska celebrate's 58th year as a state

21 year old pedestrian dies in Sunday morning collision Dan Bross, KUAC - Fairbanks Police say a 21-year-old woman was killed after she was hit by a car in Fairbanks, just a few hours after she had been released from the city jail yesterday morning. Restoring Ohmer creek Joe Viechnicki, KFSK - Petersburg The U.S. Forest Service is moving forward with a project to restore a stream damaged by decades-old logging and road-building south of Petersburg. The impacts of trauma on young children Lori Townsend, Alaska Public Media - Anchorage Understanding the long term impacts of child and family trauma is the life work of Dr. Linda Chamberlain. Dr. Chamberlain is the director of the Alaska Family Violence Prevention Project and UAA affiliate faculty. Homeless on the streets of Dillingham Avery Lill, KDLG - Dillingham There's no homeless shelter in Dillingham, but there aren't many who have nowhere to turn to get in from the cold. 61-year-old Matfie McCarr is one of a handful who call the streets home. Remembering military historian John Cloe Zoe Sobel, KUCB - Unalaska Military historian John Cloe has died. First reported by the Alaska Dispatch News, Cloe died at his home in Anchorage on December 26th. Memories hidden in a wall Kayla Desroches, KMXT - Kodiak Houses can be historic in many senses – for instance, the history that families create. Recently, the owner of one house on a hill in Kodiak, found a little of that family history while renovating. Listen now

Two sled dogs die after vehicle collision; Northwest Alaska faces heavy, severe weather warnings; Port Mackenzie repairs spread Mat-Su budget thin; Monitoring Bogoslof: How life responds to volcanic destruction; 'Naughty' Facebook locks North Pole Santa Claus out of account; AK: 2016 favorites Listen Now

Anchorage to close year with 34 homicides and no clear solution; National Weather Service forecasts snow for much of Alaska; In wake of impending snowstorm Golden Valley Electric preps for outages; No missing people or property damage reported after avalanche scare over downtown Juneau; Winter fire pops up in Delta Junction; Continued unrest at Bogoslof volcano; Alaska village renews push for road through federal refuge; Anchorage schools taking proactive approach to security, safety; State monitoring spill at Tesoro pipeline facility near Cook Inlet; Demolition begins on shuttered North Pole refinery; Galena to receive more than 1,000 acres of land from National Defense Authorization Act; Clamming halted on East Cook Inlet beaches due to low razor clam numbers; Nome-based non-profit hopes to revitalize Inupiaq with ‘language nest’ Listen Now

Cuts to state jobs prompt union outcry; State delays renewal of Pebble land use permit; Juneau’s cruise ship head tax spending pitches due next week; Young, striking Trump-like note, reflects on 2016; Capital City Fire/Rescue got hit with hundreds more calls in 2016; UAF research facility device could boost use of renewable energy; Naknek augments power supply with new solar array Listen Now

Undercover operation leads to meth arrests in Unalaska; Managing Aleutian volcanoes from Homer; Weak snowpack heightens avalanche danger in Southcentral Alaska; Alaska Legislature expected to address alcohol law revision; 3 suspects arrested in Anchorage double homicide; Kenai organizers to commemorate the 150th anniversary of Alaska's purchase; New Fairbanks surgery center close to opening for patients; Juneau schools make the honor roll for AP testing; Y-K Delta sees its first marijuana applications; Kenaitze tribe partners with State to help quell community substance abuse; Interviews about Alaska Native education recorded; Alcohol board to decide on Bethel's final liquor license Listen Now

Freezing temps mean it’s time to clean the legacy wells on the North Slope; Melting permafrost changes Yukon River; Bogoslof spews lava in fourth eruption; Anchorage police respond to Christmas Eve double homicide; After losing his legs, Marko Cheseto sprinting toward international competition; Green Lake dam awaits replacement part to get back up and running; Ground squirrel: Invasive species or native to island?; Prince of Wales deer season extended, wolf season ended Listen Now

UPDATE: Aleutian volcano erupts; Former tax division director weighs in on Prudhoe Bay oil tax case; HEA members vote against deregulation; Copper woman dies after being struck on Glenn Highway; Operation Santa Claus rescheduled for Slavic delivery; In Southeast Alaska, the holiday spirit is diesel-powered; Kake rebuilds community library, one book at a time; AK: Bringing sourdough home for the holidays; 49 Voices: Santa Claus Listen Now

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