A delegation from China visited Kodiak Island with the Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute, touring fish processing plants in Kodiak and Larsen Bay. Listen now
Alaska tribes’ are in legal limbo after the Interior Department said it was suspending accepting lands into federal trust pending a fresh legal review,. Many tribes in Alaska have long sought trust status for land that exempts it from state and local jurisdictions. Listen now
As fishing restrictions push salmon harvests on the Kuskokwim River later into the wet part of summer, families are seeking new ways to dry their fish and keep bugs away. A local fish biologist has a possible solution and is seeking volunteers to test it out. Listen now
The Alaska Court System is one of many agencies impacted by state budget cuts. For rural communities like Haines, where residents are already separated from some court services, the impacts of a shrinking budget are compounding existing frustrations. Listen now
The organizer of a kid's bike race in Anchorage Saturday wants to raise awareness for the importance of healthy lungs.
Some Alaskans with opioid addictions who are leaving prisons or juvenile justice facilities will receive federally funded job training. A grant also will pay to increase the number of people trained to provide opioid treatment. Listen now
Sen. Sullivan: 'Yes' on Kavanaugh nomination; Legislators quiz Alaska LNG project managers on progress; Watchdog renews call for tougher training for Prince William Sound oil tanker escorts; State government receives grant for opioid-related job training; Bethel's Tundra Suites hotel charged with Medicaid fraud; In Haines, remote court proceedings frustrate law enforcement; Drying fish and having trouble with flies? A local biologist wants to help; Cooks and dishwashers left behind in new statewide tipping regulation, restaurants say; Seahawks linemen learn about Yup'ik culture on whirlwind trip to Bethel; Blockbuster to close last two stores in Alaska Listen now
State-led Alaska gasline project leaders confident on progress, minimize tariff impact during legislative update. Listen now
The owner of Bethel’s Tundra Suites hotel has been charged with Medicaid fraud. Listen now
Following two minor accidents, a citizens' watchdog group is asking the state's top environmental regulator to require tougher training for new oil spill response crews in Prince William Sound. Listen now
The solar array is a small-scale test and will be completed at the end of October.
For years the federal government has been grappling with who owns tips and whether employers can tell servers what to do with them. To clarify, the Alaska Department of Labor implemented a new regulation last month that prohibits restaurant owners from requiring servers to give tips to back-of-house staff like cooks and dishwashers. Listen now
Professional football players embarked on a whirlwind tour of Bethel on Wednesday. Seattle Seahawks offensive linemen Joey Hunt and Jordan Roos were in town for a grand total of nine hours and got a crash course in Yup'ik culture. Listen now
On Tuesday, the Trump administration proposed $200 billion in new tariffs on China, upsetting markets worldwide. Listen now
Let’s say you want to start a business or buy a house. You’ll probably need a loan from a bank. That means you need a good credit history or collateral – something to prove that you’ll pay it back. But if that’s not an option… then what?