Alaska Department of Fish & Game sometimes allows people to hunt on behalf of those who may not be physically capable. Listen now

In less than two weeks, Bethel residents will head to the polls to vote on representatives for Bethel City Council. They’ll also vote on a proposition asking residents whether Bethel should return to local option status. Listen now
Alaska State Troopers. Photo: Monica Gokey/ Alaska Public Media file photo.

The Coast Guard and Alaska State Troopers Thursday night called off the search for a Kake resident who is believed to have fallen off the town pier and drowned.

This week we're hearing from Riley Woodford in Juneau. Woodford is a biologist with the Alaska Department of Fish and Game. Listen now

In the Yukon Kuskokwim Delta’s villages, local law enforcement’s job can seem impossible. Alaska’s Village Police Officers are expected to arrest their own friends and family without adequate support, and for very little pay. Listen now

Alaska's first commercial-scale solar farm is about to come online. Its builders say they want to move the world toward cleaner energy sources. But they're not ready to renounce oil and gas just yet. Listen now

Stand for Alaska claims Stand for Salmon, Yes for Salmon and the Alaska Center are improperly reporting how they are coordinating the campaign, underplaying the Alaska Center's role. Stand for Alaska also alleges they aren't properly disclosing campaign contribution sources. Stand for Alaska denies the allegations. Listen now

Walker, Mallott say 'no' on Kavanaugh; Alaska getting more than $10M to fight opioid problem; This solar farm is built on oil industry money and some recycled drilling pipe; Three hackers get light sentences after working with the FBI; City of Sitka denies allegations in police whistleblower suit; Stand for Alaska files campaign complaint against salmon ballot backers; Bethel's 'Yes for Local Option' campaign begins to mobilize; State workgroup recommends more vitamin D for Alaskan children, pregnant women; Homer residents experiment with a tree from Alaska's prehistoric past Listen now

The governor and lieutenant governor cite Kavanaugh's legal views and the 36-year-old sexual assault allegation against the nominee, which Kavanaugh vigorously denies. Listen now

Could climate change take forests back in time? Kenai Peninsula residents and scientists see evidence that warmer weather is bringing back at least one tree that hasn’t populated Alaska for millions of years. Listen now

A nationwide test of emergency alert systems that was scheduled for today has been postponed for about two weeks. Listen now

In Alaska, CBD is already showing up in drinks at cafes and in stores. But there are simmering disagreements about its legality. Listen now

A ballot initiative aimed at protecting salmon habitat is facing stiff opposition from industry groups, unions and Native corporations in Alaska. That opposition was on full display at an Anchorage hearing on the measure this week. Listen now

Murkowski keeps faith in Kavanaugh hearing; Man tied to Kotzebue girl's death appears in court; Opponents pack Anchorage hearing on salmon habitat ballot measure; After signs of concern, City of Wrangell says there’s no near threat to island’s dams; Nationwide emergency alerts postponed amid Hurricane Florence; CBD drinks are getting more popular. But are they legal?; In response to their high suicide rate, Mountain Village marches for hope Listen now

With new uncertainty over Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, Sen. Lisa Murkowski is again the focus of attention. As for his views on the legal status of Alaska Natives, she says they spoke and he allayed her concerns. Listen now

Wrangell’s upper dam leaks. That in itself isn’t a new development or even dangerous. But there were signs it might be getting worse. So the city hired engineers to check it out. Listen now

Bethel Search and Rescue is scaling back its search efforts for a missing man who’s disappearance is possibly related to a recent boat accident. Listen now

The Calista Regional Native Corporation has denied any wrongdoing in an ongoing sexual harassment lawsuit against the company. Listen now

This season, it seems like more bears have been spotted around Juneau scavenging for food, and scientists think they know why. Listen now

Attorneys sparred over the constitutionality of Juneau’s head tax levied on cruise ship passengers. The oral arguments in federal court could be a prelude of things to come as the lawsuit heads toward trial. Listen now