Alaska News Nightly
Southeast Alaska Experiencing Strong Economic Growth; Search Continues For New Major Partner For Pebble Mine; Delegation Skeptical Of Pebble’s Future; ConocoPhillips Evaluating Request To Reopen Kenai Peninsula LNG Facility; No State Aid In Sight For St. Lawrence Island Communities After Disaster Declaration; Fairbanks Voters To Decide On 2 School Bond Propositions; Muni Rejects Union Dues Initiative; Alaska Supreme Court To Consider Healy-Area LNG License Appeal; Minnesota Man Completes 5,000 Canoe Trek
Pebble Partnership Moves Forward After Anglo American Pulls Support; Northern Dynasty Minerals Stock Closes At All-Time Low; Declining Work-Ready High School Grad Numbers Sparks Education Reform Talk; Fairbanks Behavioral Health Center To Reorganize; Man Charged With Shooting, Killing 2-Year-Old Son; Kotzebue Child Killed By Loose Dog; Public Safety Commissioner Resigning; Washington Company To Study Hydro Idea At Thomas Bay; Initiative Repealing Labor Law Could Be Headed For Ballot Box; APU Program Grooming Future Alaska Native Corporation Executives; DEC Seeking Innovative Rural Water, Sewer System Ideas
Cook Inlet Infrastructure Examined; Catholic Social Services Bracing for Winter; Rain Record Matched in Anchorage; Enviro Group Wants Clampdown; UAF developing app; Sailing thriving in Juneau.
DNR Commissioner Dan Sullivan Resigns; AVTEC To Offer Nation’s First Ice Navigation Course; Dena’ina Exhibit Opens At Anchorage Museum; Why ‘Alaska’ Means Milk And Basketball To Many Filipinos; Fairbanks Resolution Could Keep EPA From Revoking Permits; Photo Collection Sheds Light On Denali Explorer Belmore Brown; Denali Gets A Height Reduction From USGS
Ethics Infractions Cost Former State Legislator $18,000; Obama Asks Congress To Delay Vote On Syria; New Agreement Bolsters Alaska’s LNG Commercialization Efforts; State To Review Old Statutes Delaying Renewable Energy Projects; Weidner Program For Property Management And Real Estate Launches At UAA; UAA Names Keith Hackett New Athletic Director; Denali Loses A Few Feet, Remains North America’s Tallest Peak; Epic Horse Pack Trip Ends In Denali; Proposed Initiative Target Union Dues; Southeast Leaders Consider Region’s Maritime Industry; Reward Offered For Stolen Artwork
Despite Fewer Small Plane Crashes, 2013 Yields More Fatalities; Chukchi Polar Bear Population Remains Healthy As Ice Coverage Lessens; Former State Senator Bill Ray Dies; Contracting Issues Delay Cleanup Work At Reserve; Alaska Airlines Showcases Q-400; How Many Shrews Can A Rainbow Trout Eat?; Hoonah May Get New Cruise Ship Dock; Talkeetna’s Feline Mayor Returns Home
Schools Struggle With Heating Bills, But No Takers For Loan Program; Ongoing Fixes Delay Arrival Of UAF’s New Arctic Research Ship; Extent Of Tribal Court Authority Questioned In Minto Trial; Interior Tourism Officials Expect Average Summer Numbers; Holland America Halts Dawson City Bus Tours; Plan To Merge Mat-Su Emergency Call Centers Draws Criticism From Law Enforcement; Low Enrollment Pushes Juneau, North Pole Football Teams To Southeast Conference; Alaska Tribes Celebrate Heritage On Homer Beach
Sea Ice Changes Begin Affecting Vegetation On Land; Magone Sells Renowned Marine Salvage Business; Pilot, Researchers Stranded Near Mt. Mageik; Rain Hammers Valdez, Cordova; Carnival Cruise Ships Installing Air Pollution ‘Scrubbers’; Juneau Clinic For Homeless, Low-Income Residents Open Through April; SAFV Tackles Domestic Violence Crisis With Community Training; AK: Preservation; 300 Villages: Nelson Lagoon
Environmental Enforcement Doesn’t Sit Well With Miners, Politicians; Hundreds Of Aftershocks Rock Aleutian Chain; Oil Tax Referendum To Appear On Ballot; Union Files For Arbitration Over State Office Space; Geothermal Test Well Drilling Begins Near Nome; Weekend Winds Won’t Reach Last Year’s Levels; Coal Development Spurs Protest; Budding Local Market For Local Blooms
Oil Tax Overhaul Supporters, Opponents Not Pleased With Regulatory Process; Veniaminof Volcano Producing Weak Ash Plume; Fisherman Picket Anchorage Walmart Before Big Meeting; As Stream Levels Drop, Salmon Die Before Spawning; Fairbanks Gets New Satellite Facility; Fairbanks Man Travels, Writes In Dangerous Places; Talkeetna ‘Mayor’ Begins Recovery After Dog Attack
Jewell Considers Human Safety, Wildlife Trade-Off For Izembek Road; Low St. Lawrence Island Walrus Harvest Spurs Disaster Declaration; Byron Mallott Jumps Into Governor’s Race; Alaska Backs NRA In Lawsuit Against Feds; State Panel Debates Arctic Policy In Unalaska; Greens Creek Mine Looks For More Space; Bethel Hosts National Celebrities; John Kelsey Passes Away
Strong winds expected for Anchorage; Humpback status gets review; Labor Day – a day for gathering signatures; plane crash near Rohn kills one; authorities worried about drugs in Dillingham; feds bust four for drugs in Anchorage; Wasilla hunting guide headed to jail; Republican to run for House District 35; Kodiak’s Men of Steel premieres.
Kodiak launch complex may get help from Virginia; King salmon fail to make spawning grounds; Palmer men killed in plane crash; EPA chief praises Fairbanks; Quake rattles Adak; Veniaminof Volcano rumbles; Team works to free entangled whale.
Syria Strikes Could Catapult Oil Prices Even Higher. DOJ Won’t Interfere With Marijuana Legalization . Anchorage Teacher’s Get Tiny Raise, Part-Timers Lose Benefits. Alaska Fire Crews Heading South. Unalaskans Question Funding For Arctic Research. Talkeetna Struggling With Sewer / Water Debt. Critical Sitka Weather Buoy Back In Service. Reduced Ferry Service Puts Strain On Kodiak Athletics. Accessible Playgrounds In Juneau A Work In Progress.
Begich Skeptical Of Syrian Strikes Without Congressional Assent. Student Performance Expected to Drop With New Tests. UAF Career Services Office Will Close. ASD Cuts Impact English Language Learners. Sequestration Cuts Shorten Head Start Year. State Blocks $15 Million Hoonah Dock Grant. Lawmakers View Valley Farms.
Dillingham Residents Talk Pebble Mine With EPA Administrator. Two Months Later, Tender Is Still Grounded. Nature Conservancy Will Review Susitna Dam Studies. Juneau Clinic Will Close. Board Shake-Ups At Buccaneer Continue. Bethel’s Oldest Catholic Church Burns. Whale Tangled In Gillnet Heads North. Klawock Celebrates Multi-Pole Totem Raising.
EPA Administrator Visits Portage Glacier. Poll Shows Wide Fears Of Pebble Mine. Arctic Councils Test The Waters In Unalaska. Tribal Summit On Suicide Problem Wraps Up In Anchorage. Wrangell Residents Want New Hospital. Wasilla Woman Indicted For Fraud. Cancelation Of Celebrity Cruises Will Impact Local Businesses. Paddleboarders Find Unique Way To Experience Juneau.
Grand Jury Indicts Driver In Deaths Of Two Girls. Memo Cites Concerns With Proposed Abortion Regulations. State Considers New Same Sex Partner Benefits. Premera Braces For Upheaval In Health Insurance Market. Red Flag Bugs People, Dogs. University Dedicates Murie Building. Eldred Rock Weather Sensors Down. State Fair Opens In Palmer. AK: Fishing. 300 Villages: Kodiak.
Alaska Education Leaders Tepid To Obama’s Education Plans. Alaska Tries To Curb Cruise Ship Kickbacks. Millennium Passengers Call 911, Worried About ‘Riot’. Man Suspected Of Shooting At Police Arrested. Military Approves Expanded Alaska Training. UAF Takes New Suicide Prevention Approach. Resolution May Establish Two Dog Training Areas In Effort To Mitigate Trapping Conflicts. Juneau-Raised Rope Jumper Attempts 3 World Records. Wrangell In The Picture For Nat Geo Traveler.
State Eyes Arkansas Plan As Model For Medicaid Expansion. Coast Guard Plans Arctic Spill Test. Inuit Circumpolar Council Meets In Kotzebue. Anchorage Police Search For Man Who Shot At Officer. State Lawmakers Grapple With Education Funding And Student Performance. Flood Threat Minimal With Heavy Rain. Matsu Ferry Could Be Dry-Docked. Public Invited To Comment On New Ferry Design. Glacier Bay Lodge Saved.