Repeal without replace? Murkowski tweets ‘no’; With budget, US House inches toward ANWR; Motor fuel tax stalls in a year of few bills; On-site consumption back on the table for Alaska pot businesses; Judge orders Anchorage to pay ex-cops $2.7M after verdict against city; Despite uncertainty, Sitka Hospital maps out a future; Big harvest and a buck a pound, Bristol Bay's 2017 should be huge; Pink salmon season forecast looks positive; Yukon kings arriving in early blast; Kuskokwim kings arriving in late trickle Listen now

Walker seeks compromise from Legislature on capital budget; Special session ends with compromise on oil and gas tax credits; Dunleavy announces plans to run for governor in Alaska; BP leak investigation led to shutdown of 5 more wells; Levelock stabbing under investigation as a homicide; North Star Borough to close North Pole transfer site for cleanup, reopen with monitor; Kotzebue commercial fishers have two buyers in town this season; Ecosystem study unlocks the mystery of black cod survival; Hold your nets! Chilkat Inlet subsistence fishery delayed another week; Troopers shoot bear after it kills, eats a dog in a Sitka neighborhood; Anchorage pilot dies in plane crash near Yentna River; Healthy housing market shows Ketchikan’s resilience; ‘Nones’ in Juneau changing religious landscape Listen now

With hedging statements, Alaska lawmakers say they’re close on oil and gas compromise; Moody's downgrades state's credit rating; Legislature’s capital budget impasse could delay Haines Highway project; Newly found disease could threaten Southeast Alaska spruce; Klukwan’s Hotch will attend National Medal awards ceremony in Washington, D.C.; Wrangell Borough, union reach amended contract agreement; Where are Koliganek's king salmon?; As low Nushagak River restricts barge travel, New Stuyahok limits heating fuel; AK: Mod Carousel brings boylesque world premiere to Juneau; 49 Voices: Doreen Cooper of Skagway Listen now

New health care bill has ‘caribou kickback’ for Alaska; No progress made on oil and gas tax credits as special session end looms; Fast times and fat wallets – how Alaska got its pipeline; Washington man admits he scammed millions out of Dillingham victims; Anchorage officials look into connections between drug addiction and property crime; Recalled Anchorage teacher relieved to be back in the classroom Listen now

Senators seethe at IHS bungling; Far apart politically and geographically, lawmakers talk oil and gas taxes; ConocoPhillips prepares to shut down Kenai LNG plant; ADN reports large salaries, small workload for state fisheries commission; Lawsuit against ADN owner goes before judge; Assembly covers Sullivan Arena deficit, supports on-site consumption; Cleanup under way at sites along old pipeline that fueled Interior bases; Coming back to Fairbanks for the lucrative job of pressure flushing the pipeline; Bethel native works to program a "Yup'ik Siri" Listen now

Feds agree to shore up Alaska's insurance market; White House's election fraud commission suspends request for Alaska voter information; Kodiak Pacific Spaceport Complex participates in missile defense test; EPA takes step toward ending 'pre-emptive veto' of Pebble Mine; Former head of Alaska railroad workers union sentenced for felony embezzlement; Someone may want to buy the ferry Taku, but they need more time; Deep-release puts the pressure on rockfish survival; Sport fishermen frustrated by king salmon management amidst banner sockeye run; Wrangell, workers reach new contract agreement; Some Alaska firefighters head to Lower 48 to assist combating blazes; Ask a Climatologist: Remembering the record breaking July snow; Peratrovich dollar coin will either have her likeness or a symbolic Tlingit raven Listen now

Murkowski speaks with constituents about health care during Senate recess; From Anchorage, Walker tells lawmakers to get back to Juneau; Frauds, scams, and schemes cost Alaskans millions last year; Big ships asked to slow down to reduce noise for iconic whales; Whale entanglement expert shares best practices with Petersburg volunteers; Could LKSD support of Alaska Native teacher training put an end to teacher turnover?; Bethel scientist returns home to study climate change Listen now

House and Senate look to compromise on oil and gas tax credits; Fairbanks health care rally draws diverse crowd; Black bear that attacked workers near Pogo Mine was behaving like a predator; Silver salmon buyer coming to Kuskokwim Bay; New Anchorage power plant improves efficiency and reliability while increasing rates; As Cape Greig walruses draw “flightseers,” pilots urge caution; YK Delta villages receive federal energy grants; Anchorage exhibit highlights 'unseen' exploits of combat medics; AK: ANSEP students get an inside look on the world of sharks; 49 Voices: Merridy Littell of Anchorage Listen now

Remains of two people missing in Marmot Bay found and identified; Fatal December plane crash ruled a suicide; Despite ongoing special session, legislators yet to return to Juneau in two weeks; Hollis French appointed to head Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission; Alaska wildfires aren't heating up this year; Wrangell contract talks end, strike may resume; What enviros won by losing the pipeline battle; Free Tlingit workbook part of language revitalization; Summer SE Dungeness crab season shortened by three weeks; In Sitka: A mobile plant built to chill out the Bristol Bay fishery Listen now

Soldier from Wasilla dies of wounds suffered in Afghanistan; As North Korean ICBM test proves successful, the Alaskan response is fairly mild; PFD cut affects some Alaskans more than others; Private contractors pitch proposals to manage several Delta Junction state parks; Interior wolf control program to end; As Enstar prepares to raise rates, electric utilities want a cut; The challenges of being the only woman on a pipeline worker crew; Seward statue unveiled in front of Alaska Capitol Listen now

Reported North Korean ICBM test could spell concerns for Alaska; Alaskans take Mt. Marathon top spots; No one injured after one vessel sinks, three beached in big overnight Nushagak fishery; Tulsequah Chief Mine controversy deepens as it courts new investors; Educators come together for annual National Education Association meeting; Eielson reminds pilots to not harass wildlife on training ranges; Unalaska is the nation's eagle attack capital. Why?; How scuba equipment fits into managing Southeast fisheries; A look into the workings of a Nushagak sport fishing camp Listen now

Bucking Trump, Senate FAA bill leaves controllers in place; Young drives King Cove road through committee; Sullivan asks to nix August recess; Walker signs Alaska state budget day before it starts; Wrangell contract talks resume, strikers return to work; Motives of armed Northway suspect unclear after fatal police shooting; Shareholder unrest shapes Shee Atiká meeting; UAF research vessel begins ecosystem study in Bering and Chukchi Seas; Alaska Farm to School receives USDA grant, will focus efforts on Bristol Bay; Brain injury survivors use mask-making to shed light on hidden trauma Listen now

Disability advocates meet outside Murkowski's Fairbanks office, protesting Senate Healthcare bill; Alaska governor participates in White House energy meeting; An Interior wildfire sparks back up; University of Alaska Southeast tightens belt, gets creative after budget cuts; Wrangell contract talks resume, strikers return to work; Longliners say killer whales stealing fish more persistent than ever; No joke: A bear walks into a Lemon Creek liquor store; Katmai bear cam is back for its sixth year; AK: Ketchikan Arts Council hosts summertime story slams; 49 Voices: Adam Foutch of Anchorage Listen now

Interior starts process for new offshore leasing plan; Senate to return to Juneau on July 10 to focus on oil and gas tax credits; Report: Senate health reform cuts $3.1b from Alaska's Medicaid; Kings remain low on Kuskokwim; chum and reds running strong; 'Take Our Land, Take Our Life'; Alaska's largest needle exchange struggles to keep up with demand Listen now

Contractor's blunder causes outage to University of Alaska statewide network; Wave of addiction costs is hitting Alaska’s healthcare system; Assembly approves granting immunity to sex workers who aid police; University of Alaska receives grant to address Native suicides in villages; Produce coming soon from Pilgrim Hot Springs farming project; Shareholders re-elect Sealaska board incumbents; Business as usual for marine mammal deterrence; Governor Walker signs law recognizing Indigenous Peoples Day in Alaska Listen now

Mat-Su lawmaker leaves Senate Majority, dissatisfied with budget compromise; Alaskan protesters not letting up on their disapproval of the Senate healthcare plan; Alaska communities to receive millions in Payments In Lieu of Taxes; Alaska volcano sends up ash cloud from Aleutian Islands; Anchorage seeks proposals for Transit Center overhaul; As Uber arrives in Alaska, towns without taxis have new transportation option; Ask A Climatologist: A warmer North, but a lukewarm everywhere else; Redington High School commemorates 'father of the Iditarod' with bronze statue Listen now

CBO sees peril in Senate bill for uncrowded regions; Trump's Interior secretary takes first baby step on King Cove road; More Alaskans mauled by bears; Wilderness race cancelled due to bear mauling; Chilkat weaver receives national folk art honor; Chitina dip netters can now catch salon in Copper River after spring ban; Low tide reveals Alutiiq fishing method in Kodiak; New treasure trove of Inupiat recordings being assessed for possible digital use; Talkeetna’s inaugural Pride celebration draws a crowd; Study examines the ripple effect of charter operators' choices; Man becomes first person to Race to Alaska on a stand-up paddle board Listen now

What's next for the legislature after narrowly avoiding a shutdown?; Ombudsman reports show failures at OCS; No answers for low Kuskokwim king run; Yukon salmon runs offering opportunities for harvest; Paddler sought life off the beaten path, respite from ‘paying to live’; AK: How do you grow a zoo in Anchorage?; 49 Voices: Nanne Boorgeart of Anchorage Listen now

Compromise to avoid state shutdown could happen soon; 'Sense of relief' as cuts to UA system are less than expected; Walker signs bill granting health insurance to dependents of fallen police, firefighters; Murkowski's take on health bill? Stay tuned; Body of missing boater recovered on Bering Strait beach; “Doesn’t he know it’s frozen?” How Alaska almost overlooked Prudhoe Bay; Fish and Game shoots black bear thought to have killed 16-year-old runner; Man charged in 2015 Wasilla double murder; Alaska trail advocates warn Governor Walker of transportation funding lapses Listen now

State eyes Alaska Permanent Fund earnings draw without plan; Hilcorp picks up more acreage in Cook Inlet for oil and gas development; Borough Assembly approves funding for Port Mac repairs; Man dies in Army Corps industrial accident in Alaska; Fairbanks looks to recruit seasoned officers with $20,000 bonus; Bristol bay reacts to influx of fishermen population; Advocates opposed to mining in Bristol Bay region ramp up summer outreach; Assembly member wants to turn fallow land into an urban farm; A ‘funnybug’ holds a serious clue to Ice Age ecology Listen now