RUNNING: Lisa Murkowski Debates Joe Miller – Part 1/2

Part 1/2 of a the first debate between incumbent Lisa Murkowski and challenger Joe Miller took place on August 19, 2010 during the...

Community Forum: Talk with KSKA

Join us for our very first live call-in program about... KSKA! We want to talk with you, the listeners, about the station, about our programming...

Web Extra: Sarah Palin's Farewell Address

Sarah Palin formally steps down as Alaska's governor today. Lieutenant Governor Sean Parnell will be sworn in at the Governor's Picnic in Fairbanks this...

New Schedule: New Tuesdays

Our new schedule launches this week and each day we're highlighting the changes and especially the new programs we've added. You can learn all...

Alaska Monitoring Tsunami Situation

The Associated Press - Anchorage Officials at the Alaska emergency coordination center are monitoring the tsunami situation after the earthquake in Chile. Alaska Department of...

Spring Membership Drive 2011: What Your Pledge Pays For

Any chance you were listening to coverage of the Haiti earthquake on KSKA? Or Japan? Take a peek inside the NPR News supply closet...

Banned Books Week: Mark Begich reads "The Chocolate War"

Anchorage Mayor Mark Begich chose to read The Chocolate War by Robert Cormier at the Banned Books Read Out held at Title Wave Books.

Fall Membership Drive 2010: Weekend Warriors

If you've been meaning to call in or make your pledge online, but maybe you're putting it off until Saturday when you'll be at...

Web Extra: Interview with the Whad'Ya Know crew

Following the live broadcast of Whad'Ya Know in Fairbanks on Friday August 7, KUAC's Lori Neufeld had a chance to sit down with  Michael...

More photos added to picnic gallery

We recently had our second annual membership appreciation picnic (July 30) and posted some of our snapshots on Flickr. Now we've more than doubled...

KSKA Spring Membership Drive Comes to a Close

Well, the final day of KSKA's spring membership drive is almost over. As of 6:10pm, we have received contributions from 1,473 members totaling...

Going Green: Business Opportunities and Challenges

KSKA Public Radio is proud to present Joel Makower's recent Anchorage speech on the business rewards and challenges of "going green." Len Anderson originally filed...

Bede Trantina Day @ KSKA – YIPPEEE!

Yippee! Bede Trantina has been with KSKA for 30 years! Please help celebrate this very important milestone by coming to the Elmo Sackett Broadcast Center, 3877...

Spring Pledge Drive 2009: Life is Better with KSKA

If you've received your pledge pin already, you know 'Life is Better with KSKA'  is the theme for this year's Spring Membership Drive. For...

Web Extra: Chris Stephens

Chris Stephens commented on the Anchorage Industrial Land Assessment. Stephens is partner in Bond, Stephens and Johnson, Inc., specializing in commercial and industrial...

Web Extra: Dan Sullivan on running for Mayor in 2009

After filing a letter of intent with the state elections commission earlier this month, Anchorage Assembly member Dan Sullivan this week issued a press...
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VIDEO: Frontier Baseball

Historian Katie Ringsmuth discusses Alaska's love affair with baseball, which dates back to the early 1900s.

NPR focuses on Alaska's Congressional delegation

This afternoon be sure to tune in to All Things Considered (4pm-6pm) to hear a national take on the pressures building upon Senator Ted...

President Obama speech on BP oil spill

Current Oil Spill Trajectory, May 27, 2010.  Source: noaa.gov President Obama held a news conference at the White House today to address what is being...

Sunny Spring Visitors

3877 University Drive is not just the home of APTI, but also of our furry friends from the forest.