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Tuesday marks the sixth day of KSKA's Spring Membership Drive and we've officially rounded the bend. Nearing $170,000 this morning during Morning Edition, we're officially over half way to our goal of $300,000. Help...

SPEAKER: Ambassador Hussein Hassouna, Chief Representative of the League of Arab States to the U.S. TOPIC: ""Current challenges facing the Middle East: An Arab world perspective."" RECORDED: Friday April 8, 2011 ABOUT: Alaska World ...

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration announced Friday it has designated portions of Cook Inlet as critical habitat for the local beluga whales. Len Anderson, KSKA – Anchorage Photo courtesy of...

Here’s the music playlist from the Sunday April 10, 2011 edition of Algo Nuevo con Dave Luera — Something New with Dave ...

Any chance you were listening to coverage of the Haiti earthquake on KSKA? Or Japan? Take a peek inside the NPR News supply closet and see what it takes to send a team of...

Alaskans spend over $200 billion dollar per year on food, but less than 5 percent of the food we eat is produced in Alaska. If we build a stronger food system, we improve the...

Tuesday's results may have contained some surprises, but one aspect of Anchorage's April municipal election was all too familiar--namely the low turnout. In his election night interviews, KSKA's Len Anderson noted official concern over...

The release of a final environmental impact statement at the end of March gave the nod to a rail spur linking the Matanuska Susitna Borough's Port MacKenzie to the main Alaska Railroad line near...

SPEAKER: Victor D. Comras, leading expert on international sanctions and the global effort to combat terrorism TOPIC: "Flawed Diplomacy: The United Nations & the War on Terrorism" RECORDED: Friday April 1, 2011 ABOUT: Alaska World ...

The Anchorage Assembly will likely become a bit more conservative when yesterday’s municipal election results are certified and its apparent newest member takes office. KSKA’s Len Anderson reports on yesterday’s election...

Yesterday’s Anchorage Municipal Election featured six assembly races, two school board contests and 11 propositions. Here’s KSKA’s Len Anderson with the assembly and school board results. Patrick Flynn won 69 percent of...

The Anchorage Assembly will likely become a bit more conservative when yesterday's municipal election results are certified and its apparent newest member takes office. KSKA's Len Anderson reports on yesterday's election races. All in all,...

In addition to the six assembly and two school board races in yesterday's Anchorage Municipal Election, voters decided the fate of 11 ballot propositions. KSKA's Len Anderson has the results. On Tuesday, voters approved...

Yesterday's Anchorage Municipal Election featured six assembly races, two school board contests and 11 propositions. Here's KSKA's Len Anderson with the assembly and school board results. Patrick Flynn won 69 percent of the Seat...

It’s never too early to dream about summer adventures in Alaska. In fact, April is prime time to get out your maps and patch up your equipment. This week on Hometown, Alaska host Charles...

Polls are open until 8:00 pm in the Municipality of Anchorage. KSKA's Connine Huff will be on-air tonight from 9:00 - 11:00 pm providing election results during World Cafe. Wednesday morning listen for election results during...

Now that the Senate has denied initial operating funds for the Goose Creek prison in the Matanuska Susitna Borough, the fate of the 240 million dollar facility is questionable. As KSKA's Ellen Lockyer reports,...

Tomorrow Anchorage voters will decide six assembly, two school board contests and the fate of 11 municipal-wide ballot propositions. Sometimes the proposition can become a bit confusing in the voting booth, so KSKA...

KSKA continues its pre-election day summary of the Anchorage ballot propositions with municipal bond packages in props four through seven. Len Anderson, KSKA - Anchorage Download Audio (MP3)

KSKA's concludes its summary of the municipality-wide propositions on tomorrow's Anchorage ballot with props eight through 11. Len Anderson, KSKA - Anchorage Download Audio (MP3)