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

Walker: Prostate cancer diagnosis won't impair ability to perform duties; Divergent tones in U.S. House and Senate debates; In Alaska, energy policy is key issue for some voters; Tanana Village public safety officers seek ability to carry guns; Polaris Project seeks students from YK Delta; Study downplays leaking mine’s impact on fish; AK: Everyone is family at Gerry’s Barbershop; 49 Voices: Candidates for Alaska Zoo president Listen Now

Lake Clark plane crash victim found; Man convicted in Tanana trooper killings sentenced to 203 years in prison; Strong turnout in early voting across Alaska; Amendment would allow state bonds to back college loans; Interior race between political veterans could shape Alaska Senate; ASD data dashboard helps people glimpse what’s happening in local schools; CoastWalk volunteers clean up local beaches; Alaskan Cub superfans react to their team’s historic victory

Abortion ruling at center justices' retention battle; Alaska’s top oil companies adjusting to low prices; Search continues for downed pilot in Lake Clark National Park; Mushers await release of documentary criticizing the sport; Unlawful 'free samples' postpone Anchorage's first pot shop; 'Guardian of the Golden Gate Bridge' speaks in Anchorage about suicide prevention; Ask a Climatologist: Arctic sea ice at record low for the season; Bering Strait School District unveils Fab Lab course in Unalakleet Listen Now

Procession held in Anchorage for fallen Fairbanks police officer; Mental Health advocates asking Governor to look into actions of Mental Health Trust; New Mat-Su flood mapping system more accurate; Sea Life Center receives grant; Plot to attack HAARP facility in Gakona stopped by Georgia police; Driest October on record in Fairbanks; Hughes, Hale vie for Senate F; Alaskan gulls carry drug-resistant E. coli; Salmon fishing in St. Paul: Building a new subsistence resource Listen Now

Alaska Air flight grounded after e-cig batteries ingnite; Miller irks GOP by sending one its old flyers bashing Murkowski; Fairbanks community mourns fallen officer; What is an ‘independent’ candidate this election? ; PFD automatic voter registration could increase turnout but cost is unknown; Insurance rate jumps 35 percent for those switching from Moda to Premera; EPA fines two fuel terminals for clean air violations; Dutch Harbor remains nation’s top fishing port; Longtime Anchorage Costume store closes doors after Halloween Listen Now

With money from Murkowski, GOP goes after Miller; Libertarian VP candidate Bill Weld in Anchorage this week; Mushers frustrated over cell phones on Iditarod trail; Alaska DOC Commissioner to stop in Haines as part of a 15-town visit; New guidelines for Hawk Inlet draw criticism; For Trump volunteer, Clinton presidency raises fears of 'Last Days'; AK: Protecting the environment and preserving the heritage of Denali's dogs; 49 Voices: Starla Heim of Anchorage Listen Now

Mental Health Trust board push for restructure, prompts resignation by long-time CEO ; Anchorage attorney accuses Justice Thomas of 1999 groping; University of Alaska seeks cuts to skiing and indoor track programs; For this Anchorage Republican, Johnson trumps Trump; Native artisans worry ivory bans in other states could reverberate in Alaska; Licenses for sport fishing, hunting and trapping to increase in price next year; Ask a Climatologist: In Anchorage, first snow is right on schedule; Glacial fjords home to surprise coral, but maybe not for long Listen Now
The Anton Anderson Memorial Tunnel to Whittier. (Flickr Creative Commons photo by Travis)

Lawmakers juggle ideas on alternatives to Walker's PFD cut; Whittier Tunnel closed after rocks fall, repairs underway; US Senate candidates debate Arctic issues in Barrow; A week after return to duty, Fairbanks police Chief back on leave; State's anti-discrimination agency under scrutiny; Defense Secretary halts Pentagon recall of bonuses from California National Guard service members; Kenai Borough Assembly overrides mayor's veto of invocation policy resolution; 722 days after vote, Alaska’s first pot shop opens Saturday; Young Clinton fan 'totes' her support Listen Now

Walker puts the brakes on issuing bonds to pay pensions; For the first time, Pick.Click.Give. donations take a dip; More than a decade later, one man’s discrimination case is still in limbo; Fairbanks campus rape case draws scrutiny; Alaskan investment mogul David Rubenstein launches prime-time TV talk show; Federal grant to bolster Alaska's aviation, health care apprenticeships; LEDs will light up Homer Harbor next year Listen Now

Court ruling keeps bearded seals on Endangered Species List; Alaska GOP accuses Joe Miller of campaign finance violations; absentee and early voting opens for general election; anti-incumbent mood could threaten Republican-led House majority; your U.S. senator is a chairman. What does that do for you?; Central Council, state working to expand tribal court jurisdiction; three bears shot and killed in Sitka neighborhood; Homer Folk School teaches skills in carpentry, gardening and medicine Listen Now

Interior Secretary Sally Jewell announces inclusion of Native communities in land management; Sen. Sullivan address water concerns at AFN; joint state-tribal wellness court officially established; Anchorage Senate race pits labor leader against staunch industry supporter; Bethel drug bust nets 7 adults; Kenai Borough Assembly invocation policy is unconstitutional, says ACLU; Big tobacco stands trial in Bethel court; JPD finds explosive device in impounded car being prepped for auction; bringing science home: In St. Paul, a former student becomes the teacher; AK: The crafty side of AFN; 49 Voices: Josh Lynch of Fairbanks Listen Now

AFN convention opens with awards and keynote address; Interior Secretary Jewell to address AFN Friday; Rural opioid and heroin addiction discussed; right-to-farm Supreme Court arguments heard at Colony High School; as objection hearings wrap, countdown to new Tongass plan; Skagway celebration marks completion of fiber-optic cable installation; following month of leave, Fairbanks police chief returns to work; Bethel Catholic priest died of natural causes rather than fire says medical examiner; potential Wrangell pot business applies for licenses; in St. Paul, this Alaskan vows 'Never Trump'; will this winter be snowy? don't believe anyone who says they know for sure Listen Now

Alaska’s largest Native organization endorses Clinton for president, first endorsement in history; Nikiski residents in limbo after LNG land grab; after five days, Moose Fire nearly half contained; in Anchorage, a Trump supporter keeps the faith; marijuana fees generate funds for student travel in Sitka; Kodiak Police Department chooses new camera model for body-worn camera program; Master Of Alaska details life of Aleksandr Baranov Listen Now

Man arrested for shooting of Fairbanks police officer; really? Alaska in play in presidential race?; firefighters work to continue fighting Moose Creek wildfire; Anchorage police investigate 2 early morning robberies; Sullivan plans Senate field hearing on ivory sales; tribal leaders discuss placing lands into trust during opening day discussions for Leaders Summit; Day Two of Elders and Youth conference in Fairbanks; after Haines and Skagway visit, Walker says he's close to Juneau Access Road decision; squirmy sustainability: one man’s mission to fix a common problem Listen Now