Interior official says Trump administration has the ‘guts’ to allow oil exploration in ANWR; 'Vote no': Left takes to TV and sky to reach Murkowski; Unsecured database discovered with information from about 600,000 Alaska voters; Fairbanks in a financial jam as state support declines; Amid evolving Afghan mission, Alaska soldiers ready to deploy; Arctic nations tour microgrids, exchange green energy knowledge; La Niña Watch triggered, could affect Alaska winter temparatures; Ask a Climatologist: The fall color formula is pretty simple; Crystal Serenity won't return to Nome for years, if ever Listen now

Murkowski could swing Senate for latest ACA repeal; Alaska sees 26 percent drop in health insurance rates; Transgender troops: Sullivan says let them serve; Walker administration appoints climate adviser, promises new policy “soon”; University of Alaska students may see 10 percent tuition hike over next two years; Fairbanks' anti-commercial marijuana ballot measures likely to boost turnout for October election; After mining exec weighs in, Juneau Assembly holds off on boundary mine resolution; Ferry Taku sold, will become floating hotel; State appeals court overturns 2012 Ketchikan murder conviction; Pink salmon found in odd places near Homer Listen now

Seismic work in ANWR: Can they do that?; Watchdog group scrutinizes rough-weather training for new tanker escorts in Prince William Sound; PFD announcement fanfare is gone, as dividends are cut in half; Wildfires pop up near Chisana and Tanana; Critical drugs in short supply for AFD and hospitals; Alaska Eskimo group seeks hike in whaling harvest quotas; Dog training provides prisoners lessons that people can't; Family returns to Kodiak after 10 years sailing around the world Listen now

Walker to add crime bill to October special session; How more communities can follow Kodiak's renewable energy model; Former Alaska first lady passes, remembered as "frank and friendly"; Trump administration moves to lift ban on oil assessment in ANWR; PFD amount announced: $1,100; UAV industry reps discuss the vehicles' future in Fairbanks; Two killed in highway accident near North Pole; Alaska regulators to revisit onsite marijuana use proposal; On-site pot consumption resolution voted down in Fairbanks Assembly; AK: At Katmai’s Brooks Camp, tourists and bears mingle mostly carefree; 49 Voices: Jody Dillon of Anchorage Listen now

How Kodiak got to almost 100 percent renewable power; Strategic Pathways on the docket of UA Board of Regents meeting; UA president calls for action on DACA ahead of regents meeting in Juneau; Fire marshal: Butte fire that claimed the lives of five girls was "cooking related"; HUD sends money to Alaska communities, including 'Middle Spenard'; Two new contracts could ship Sitka water to potential buyers soon; Freeride ski and snowboard competition not returning to Haines in 2018; Crew abandons F/V Akutan in Unalaska’s Captains Bay; GCI looks into bringing fiber to Unalaska; Kodiak College nursing program adapts to hospital policy change Listen now

Beneath political firestorm on Arctic Ocean drilling, two projects make steady progress; For third year in a row, Alaska seabirds wash up dead; Stampede suspected in dozens of walrus deaths; National labs to field test microgrid tech in Cordova; State denies ballot initiative on salmon habitat; Arctic climate change researchers still conflicted over UAF’s coal-fired powerplant; Ahtna rejects continued public use of Klutina Lake Road; Terror Lake hydroelectric project expansion gets the go-ahead; Igiugig is set to embark on its Native Foods Challenge; Unalaska-bound cruise ship changes destination to Sitka Listen now

Lawmaker seeks audit of village public safety officers; Seeking investment, Alaska goes open source with oil & gas data; GOP shakeup marks Alaska governor's race; 3 die in shooting at Alaska precious metals shop; Can an Anchorage start-up lure renewable energy investors to rural Alaska?; NTSB releases preliminary report of investigation into Juneau-area commuter flight accident; Proposed public intoxication ban fails in Nome; Ask a Climatologist: Summer sea ice minimum near record low again; Can a Southeast mine battle lead to a trade war? Listen now

Judge approves sale of Alaska Dispatch News to Binkley family; As demand for opioid remedy skyrockets, police train for overdose treatment with Naloxone; Ft. Yukon and Ninilchik tribes submit applications for trust status; Anchorage medic mobilizes to help residents of Houston; Most UA campuses see lower enrollment; Building a future after prison through vocational education; Alaska teens ask state to stop delaying action on climate change Listen now

Alaska airborne/infantry unit begins Afghanistan deployment; New EPA vetting adds uncertainty for Alaska grants worth millions; 24 arrested in Bethel bootlegging ring; Uncle names girls killed in Butte fire, says trailer needed repairs; Rep. Young apologizes for his 'offending words' on House floor; Walker ‘doubtful’ he will ask legislature for more funding for gas line; That Atlantic salmon farm was on its last legs — and Washington state knew it; NOAA Fisheries hosts first citizen beluga count this weekend; AK: Archaeologists shed light on Tlingit culture near Petersburg, before Europeans; 49 Voices: Carlos Godfrey of Anchorage Listen now

Five kids dead in Butte trailer home fire; Alaskan says he'll build consensus in Interior post; Sheldon Fisher selected as state Department of Revenue Commissioner; Alaska hatches plan for vast road network across the Arctic; Alaskan firefighters dispatched to battle blazes in Montana; Community members and archaeologists race against time at Nunalleq; Building community fish harvest monitors to create "change on the Kusko"; Ask a Climatologist: Fairbanks records early first freeze Listen now

Senators aim for ACA fixes, Murkowski-style; Walker joins other governors in seeking federal health insurance outreach; Illegal pot, heroin and opium among drugs seized most by Anchorage police; How Alaska seismologists detected North Korea's nuke test; Repairs on stretch of Dalton Highway damaged by flooding nearly done; next project: paving; Historic Alaska newspapers are being posted online; One man’s quest to find Glacier Bay’s ecological Holy Grail; The melancholy Juneau summer of blue ice Listen now

Alaska attorney general joins others arguing that redistricting can be too partisan; Trump's decision to end DACA prompts Anchorage protest; Anchorage DA announces departure from position, move to private sector; Skagway rocked by second landslide in under 2 weeks; No injuries in Sitka Labor Day landslide; First large wind storm moving through Southcentral; Russian River flooding is affecting Kodiak residents; Drivers can expect night closures along Denali Highway; 18 animals left to waste during Forty Mile caribou hunt; New exhibit tells little-known story of a plan to settle Jewish refugees in Alaska during WWII; Groups conserve habitat on Afognak Island Listen now
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Alaskans volunteer to help victims of flooding in Texas; Soldotna retailer sentenced for illegal sales of synthetic marijuana; Marijuana tax revenue trended higher in July; New plan for air quality in Fairbanks gets EPA approval; Wind farm owner takes utility to court over purchase refusal; Alaska student tests show dismal results; Legislation signed into law aims to boost vocational opportunities; Local officials worry about rockslide potential near busy Skagway port; Self taught 18 year old student fluent in multiple languages; Return of Chilkat robe celebrated by southeast tribes

State rejects Exxon's plan for Point Thomson; Governor Walker bullish on gasline but lawmakers have doubts; Anchorage syringe exchange program overwhelmed by demand; Anchorage leaders see uptick in new businesses; Hunting guides charged for illegal hunts; Golden Valley Electric Association approves funding for Healy 2; Battling opioid addiction in Alaska's fishing community; AK-This week: Family Cabin

Walker calls for a fourth special session; Walker lends support to Trump in lawsuit over arctic drilling; Tillerson proposes scrapping arctic and climate envoys; Anchorage Mayor Ethan Berkowitz files for re-election; Details of kidnapped Anchorage man's beating emerge as suspects still sought; State budget cuts cause uncertainty for court system positions; State ferry Taku bid process extended; After nearly two decades Bristol Bay Native Corporation reopens quarry;

Federal Appeals court throws out one convictions of former Fairbanks militia leader Schaeffer Cox; Health Care Authority could save state government millions of dollars; Alaska Soldiers to deploy to Afghanistan; Investigators drop inquiry dropped in Zinke calls to Alaska Senators; Sitka Coast Guard members deploy to Texas; St Paul ramps up reindeer program to improve food security; Mat Su fish meeting causes tension for Cook Inlet commercial and sport fishing; The second lives of eagles;

Appeals Court: FCC right in denying Dish-Doyon bidding discounts; Alaska Democrats seek chance for independents to run in party primaries; In Aniak, community works to recover after shooting spree; Judge rejects Sarah Palin lawsuit against The New York Times; Summit emphasizes how people in recovery are fighting Alaska's opioid epidemic; Building burns north of Grayling, investigation underway; Alaska National Guard members helping with Harvey rescues; Ask a Climatologist: The mind boggling rain of tropical storm Harvey; Goliath of gourds: 1,231-pound pumpkin breaks records at Alaska State Fair; Bristol Bay wrapping up unexpectedly good fall silver fishery Listen now

Violent crime spree leaves one dead, another wounded; two inmates that escaped Bethel's jail have been recaptured; The state of Alaska is considering whether it should sue the manufacturers of powerful painkillers; Hurricane, now tropical storm Harvey won't affect Alaska oil prices; One in seven Alaskans are food insecure, the SNAP program helps them; traveling to Sleetmute where two women run a fishwheel; Climate change is affecting Kodiak bears relationship with an important food source, berries; "Lineage: Tlingit Art Across Generations" premieres tomorrow night (Tuesday 8/29) on 360 North.

Alaska Supreme Court upholds PFD cuts; State to replace Accu-Vote machines; Secretary Chao announces infrastructure changes for Alaska; Alaska authorities identify pilot in plane deadly crash; Assembly approves expansion to Sitka Hospital’s clinic; Fish contamination levels in Columbia River's Hanford reach prompts advisory; Fleet consolidation and loss of fishing jobs a hot topic at MSA hearing; AK: Gold claims expand as Herbert Glacier retreats; 49 Voices: Brittney Anderson of McGrath Listen now

Six charged in extensive Anchorage mail fraud case; Long awaited Interior natural gas contract expected; Fish and Game criticized over "chronic failure" regulating Mat-Su waters; PenAir requests subsidy to sustain market in Pribilof Islands; Former senator, longtime Native leader Albert Kookesh fighting cancer; Lawsuit dismissed after prompting abortion rule changes; Responders have mitigated pollution threat of F/V Akutan, Coast Guard says; New study suggests dental therapists improving oral health in YK Delta; Bradley Lake hydro expansion moves forward; Macomb caribou season closed early a day; Someone's painting rainbow colors over a Juneau crosswalk; the city wants it to stop; Ask a Climatologist: Rainy…even by Ketchikan standards Listen now