An Anchorage police officer is charged with assault after an encounter caught on video. Also: A pet dog is recovering after it was attacked by river otters. And how an insect outbreak is affecting trees, and people, in Southeast Alaska.
President Trump shares the mic with a Fairbanks pipe maker complaining of over-regulation. Also: The Matanuska-Susitna Borough looks at options for providing police service to residents.
Anchorage police say evidence against a man jailed in a murder includes photos and videos of the killing. Also: The state Supreme Court hears arguments in a lawsuit by Alaskan youth suing the state.
A national Republican group is targeting Sen. Murkowski with ads aimed at getting her to take a stronger stand on President Trump and Ukraine. Also: Black cod are booming in the Bering Sea and now a new fight is brewing over how the fish are being caught.
The federal government expands Hilcorp's seismic permit to allow air gun blasts at night in Cook Inlet. Also: E-bikes are now allowed in Denali National Park.
With help from his dad, a Haines man is recovering after a bear attacked him. Also: How Alaska's public broadcasters are faring after the governor zeroed out state funding.
About 1,600 BP employees confront an uncertain future. Also: Soldiers from Alaska remain hospitalized after a training accident in Mississippi.
With help from an Anchorage conservative group, the city of Fairbanks' mayor appears headed for reelection. Also: A fight out in the Aleutian islands, over a lot of cod worth a lot of money.
The Alaska Permanent Fund Corporation gets into in-state investment. Also: The commission that accredits the University of Alaska voices concerns over restructuring.
A faith-based women's shelter declares victory in its legal battle with the city of Anchorage. And Alaska Airlines is no longer the country's least-polluting domestic air carrier.
Gov. Mike Dunleavy says he’ll talk more about a third special session on the PFD after a vacant senate seat is filled. Also: The Association of Village Council Presidents comes out against the proposed Donlin gold mine.
Uncertainty for union workers in Hilcorp's buyout of BP in Alaska. And a Delta Junction councilman denies posting racist comments to Twitter.
Senator Murkowski says a transcript released today raises questions about President Trump's intentions. Also: A look at Ben Stevens, the governor's chief of staff, who was caught up in a public corruption scandal a decade ago.
As the U.S. House launches an impeachment inquiry, reaction from Congressman Don Young. Plus: A watchdog group questions a federal grant to the state of Alaska over the roadless rule.
Alaska's congressional delegation on the latest test of Republicans' support for the president. Also: An investigation of PFAS water contamination expands from drinking water to fish.
Federal authorities describe an undocumented drug problem across rural Alaska. Also: Still no deal on law enforcement for a popular ferry stop in Canada.
State Senate Republicans reject the governor's appointee. Also: A brief spike in oil prices from attacks on a Saudi producer won't help the state's budget.
A judge describes a crisis in Alaska's criminal justice system. Also: Kodiak Island villages worry about ferry reductions and increased isolation.
Kenai Peninsula teachers call off their strike. Also: The difficult work of helping families recover after wildfire loss.
State budget cuts mean coastal communities are preparing for months-long gaps in ferry service. Also: Scientists investigate another year of mysterious seabird die-offs.