‘Palpable evidence of voter fraud’ in primary election, according to state attorney

Alaska elections officials have asked criminal investigators to look into irregularities with absentee ballots requested in a neck-and-neck state House race in east Anchorage. Listen now

Missing: Personal Information on Thousands of Alaskans

Personal information about more than 77,000Alaskans is missing -- and officials are concerned that it might have been the result of identity theft. The...

Stevens and Begich jockey over mud-slinging

Senator Ted Stevens, Anchorage Mayor Mark Begich and the Alaska Democratic Party are ‘one-upping’ each other in a tussle over smear tactics in the...

Stimulus bill close to passage in DC; millions for Alaska projects

The massive economic stimulus package under debate in Washington is moving toward final passage in the U.S. Congress. Democratic leaders in the House and...

State Democrats ruffled by dirty web tricks

A series of fake websites intended to sabotage Congressional candidate Ethan Berkowitz are creating quite a stir within the state Democratic Party. Without pointing...

Alaska gasline project board ousts its $1 million man

The state’s highest paid employee was fired from $45 billion gas line project today.

Metlakatla, which depends on water, has moved quickly to accommodate the realities of drought

Following a season of drought, the Southeast Alaska community of Metlakatla is navigating a different relationship with water, like a number of other places in the region.

Interview: Danish Ambassador Friis Arne Petersen

Pictured: Niels Junker Jacobsen, Economic Minister-Counselor for the Embassy of Denmark; Shelly James, trade specialist with the Alaska Office of International Trade; Friis Arne...

FCC Wants to Change How Universal Service Fund is Used

Libby Casey, APRN – Washington DC When you look at your phone bill, you might notice a charge for the “Universal Service Fund.” ...

Tribal education compacts, easier veto overrides and faster rape kit results in the mix of new bills this session

Tribal education compacts, easier veto overrides and faster rape kit results in the mix of new bills this session

Usibelli Coal Licensed to Search for Gas Near Healy

Dan Bross, KUAC – Fairbanks The state has approved licensing Usibelli Coal to look for natural gas in the Healy area.  The area’s coal...

Alaska delegation mulls Trump order keeping children detained with parents

President Trump signed an order Wednesday to address the family separations at the southern border, but it raises new questions for Congress. Listen now

Polar Bears Show Signs of Mysterious Illness

Biologists have found Polar Bears in the Beaufort Sea with hair loss and skin lesions. Those are the same symptoms that have sickened ice...

Walker to add crime bill to October special session

A rise in crime in Alaska has led Gov. Bill Walker to seek a bill in the special session next month that would allow more jail time for some thefts and other crimes. Listen now

ConocoPhillips shuts down North Slope drilling over coronavirus concerns

The impacts of the coronavirus continue to reverberate across Alaska, including its oil fields.

Health care bill has ‘caribou kickback’ for Alaska

A new health care bill in the U.S. Senate has a special Alaska carve-out, worth more than $100 million a year, to attract Alaska's senators. But one critic says it's less than it appears. Listen now

Dunleavy says Alaska is in a better position than other states to reopen some businesses

Gov. Mike Dunleavy said on Wednesday that Alaska is in a better position than other states to reopen hair salons, nail shops and tattoo parlors.

Elena Kagan Confirmed into US Supreme Court Justice Seat

Libby Casey, APRN – Washington DC Alaska’s senators are split on the next United States Supreme Court Justice. Elena Kagan won confirmation on Thursday by...

Tremors and Ash Seen at Pavlof Volcano

Pavlof Volcano is awake again on the Alaska Peninsula. The Alaska Volcano Observatory reports that Pavlof, "has entered a new phase of eruptive activity.” Download Audio

Now its the Senate's turn

The Senate Finance Committee today is taking a first look at its version of the tax rewrite bill that will become the focus of...