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

Rep. Seaton joins bipartisan House caucus; Doyon continues search for Nenana Basin oil and gas; Latest effort to revise Kenai invocation policy stalls; Wood energy grants again offered in Alaska; Alaska Native corporation heads dam removal project; Small explosion delays Healy 2 startup; Northern moose migration corresponds with early snow-melt and increased vegetation; Service dog nonprofit helps veterans; Ask a Climatologist: Dreaming of a white Thanksgiving? Dream on, Anchorage. Listen Now

New head of Federal Subsistence Board says local voices are essential; Anchorage teacher surprised with national award; 4 percent: Anchorage may get a sales tax; Ferry study recommends changes; North Slope schools expand curricula to ‘reflect ideologies of the Inupiat’; AWARE program expands to combat sexual assault at UAS; Two Athabascan men join Standing Rock protest; Group sues over lack of info in Alaska Railroad LNG project; Alaska DOT sees higher car crash fatalities Listen Now

New legislative leaders prepare to start work ahead of challenging session; Update: Blood Bank denies it put public at risk to boost finances; Community gathers for Transgender Day of Remembrance; Front of new Alaska ferry completed; Great Alaska Shootout enters 39th year, but a 40th isn't guaranteed; Mat-Su Salmon Symposium brings salmon advocates together; Oil advocates optimistic and hopeful of Trump presidency; HEA members question whether subsidiary will be deregulated; Juneau animal control officials seek mandatory microchips for dangerous pets Listen Now

Breaking: Offshore lease plan excludes Arctic; Breaking: Offshore lease plan excludes Arctic (2way); Bartlett Regional Hospital now recognizes broader gender identities; Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority officially changes leadership; Blood Bank denies it put public at risk to boost finances; New faces in Alaska House of Reps could tackle familiar gas and oil issues; AK: Sitka's Wild Foods Potluck; 49 Voices: Darlena Fritzler of Wasilla Listen Now 

Judge upholds Walker’s veto halving Permanent Fund dividends; Alaska Native corporation acquires oil and gas leases in Arctic waters; ConocoPhillips puts historic Kenai LNG plant up for sale; Anchorage man charged with kidnapping and sexually assaulting a minor; Alaska Municipal League meets in Anchorage to discuss heroin addiction; Remembering Nancy McGuire; Coast Guard still investigating what sank the Alaska Juris; Alaska ferry system plans more fare hikes; UFA hones in on salmon habitat issues; Kotzebue brothers release first keyboard for all 20 Alaska Native languages Listen Now 

Tension lingers over handling of investigation into linked homicides; Walker names Anchorage lawyer as new chief of staff; NOAA determines that Iliamna Lake harbor seals are not endangered; Anchorage Assembly budget makes several cuts to increase police force; Four new pot shops approved in Anchorage; Fairbanks school to change controversial name; Advocates fear cutting Bethel's Sex Offender Treatment Program could mean more victims; Emmonak struggles to rebuild water systems following fire; Sockeye Fire trial to begin at end of November; Ask a Climatologist: Alaska’s “relentless” streak of warm temperatures Listen Now 

APD: gun used to shoot officer linked to five summer murders; Native leaders hold symposium to discuss strengthening self-government; Obama's Alaska regs could cling long into Trump's term; Dakota Access pipeline protesters march in Anchorage; Dillingham grocery store stocks local, hydroponic greens; In Emmonak: need for repairs is urgent after fire cripples water system; Will President Trump follow through on changing Denali's name back to Mt. McKinley?; NPR reporter Corey Flintoff on his Alaskan beginnings Listen Now

Update: APD says officer ambushed and shot; officer in surgery, suspect dead; New House majority boosts Southeast lawmakers’ power; Obama’s last chance to weigh in on Arctic drilling has industry worried, enviros hopeful; Kenai Borough Assembly may appropriate funds to defend invocation policy in court; Wind-farm developer asks court to overturn approval of GVEA Tariff; Closing the achievement gap by talking openly about racial equity; Fairbanks Representative looks to improve rural internet; Video: Artifacts unearthed during TAPS construction remain relevant

University of Alaska announces five percent tuition hike; Other states look to Alaska as model for insurance relief; Alaska veteran and advocate unbothered by Trump presidency; Alaskans on front lines of Standing Rock protest; State program stops aiding rising heating payments; New ShoreZone project grants access to Alaska coastal information; AK: Fairbanks Four's plight inspires musician's latest composition; 49 Voices: Ronell Corral of Anchorage Listen Now

Transitions in gas line team as state takes charge of project; Longtime private-sector engineer to head state’s oil and gas division; New House majority names slate of chairpersons; Veteran Town hall to be held in Palmer; Budget cuts leave some Alaskans chilly this winter; University of Alaska takes sports off the budget chopping block; Juneau Police Department to outfit 40 officers with body cameras; Retail marijuana sales in Juneau could begin this month; Trial of Kavairlook murder suspects postponed until January; New online service aims to ease commutes, encourage alternative transportation; High-level U.S., Canadian military chiefs meet again to confer on Arctic training, operations; Through a student lens: Films focus on place, culture and climate change Listen Now

Longtime Inupiaq leader and North Slope Mayor Edward Itta dies at 71; Alaska Human Rights Commission proposes regulation changes to protect LGBTQ community; Why Alaska judges don't raise campaign funds to continue to serve, like other states'; Number of registered Alaska voters at all-time high; Where to weep or cheer election returns in Anchorage; Lower 48 ivory bans already hurting Alaska Native carvers; Homegrown and hydroponic: Veggies are St. Paul’s new subsistence food Listen Now