Alaska News Nightly: Friday, November 26, 2021

Kenai residents protest the federal COVID-19 vaccine mandate. Also, the Biden administration kicks off the comment period on restoring roadless protections in the Tongass National Forest. And a look at Alaska Native Medical Center's Traditional Native Foods Initiative.
A bird flying through a clear sky.

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, November 24, 2021

Kenai residents protest the federal COVID-19 vaccine mandate. Also, the Biden administration kicks off the comment period on restoring roadless protections in the Tongass National Forest. And a look at Alaska Native Medical Center's Traditional Native Foods Initiative.
Platters of food on a table.

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, November 23, 2021

Kenai residents protest the federal COVID-19 vaccine mandate. Also, the Biden administration kicks off the comment period on restoring roadless protections in the Tongass National Forest. And a look at Alaska Native Medical Center's Traditional Native Foods Initiative.
People look on as a plane is on fire.

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, November 22, 2021

A small plane catches fire after an emergency landing in Bethel. Also, commercial property owners in Juneau are livid about a 50 percent increase in their land values. And a cold snap across much of the state isn't going away any time soon.
A path leads through a dense forest.

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, November 19, 2021

The Biden Aministration moves forward with restoring the roadless rule for the Tongass. Also, Dillingham students cheer a decision on place names from the Interior Secretary. And rough water and frozen spray turns around a ferry bound for Skagway.

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, November 18, 2021

Anger over the PFD fuels talk of a new constitutional convention. Also, Anchorage International Airport tries to position itself as a solution to West Coast supply chain woes. And the global supply crunch has bike shops in Anchorage drawing on a whole new set of skill.
A woman sits on the witness stand in a courtroom.

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, November 17, 2021

The tight rental market in Anchorage is forcing some families into homelessness. Also, the medical director of a local child abuse clinic draws scrutiny. And an Alaskan is turning his bear attack experience into a movie.
soldiers in white uniforms hold a tow rope. They are in bunny boots strapped to skis

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, November 16, 2021

Military leaders in Alaska say the Arctic is a strategic priority. Also, Anchorage's mayor throws his support behind a conservative parents rights group. And a Fairbanks restaurant is requiring customers prove they're vaccinated.
a person behind a podium talking to a debate moderator

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, November 15, 2021

Congressman Don Young ramps up his campaign for reelection. Also, a company is preparing to leave two barges to freeze in the Kuskokwim River this winter. And ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday, food banks are short on important staples.
Sen. Lisa Murkowski signs paperwork to file for reelection at the Division of Election

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, November 12, 2021

Natural gas has been a target of climate activists in Scotland, so where does that leave Alaska's vast reserves? Also, Sen. Lisa Murkowski dismisses attacks from Trump as she files for reelection. And a first-time Indigenous musical festival felt like a family reunion.
A girl holds a tape measure to some snow on a table

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, November 11, 2021

A crowd-sourced list of Alaskans accused of abuse may offer some accountability but in the form of vigilante justice. Also, Glacier Bay National Park studies the risk for landslides and tsunamis. And how Anchorage ended up with more than a foot of light snow, and why it matters.
Dumplings and a piece of bread in a styrofoam container.

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, November 10, 2021

Not without controversy, the Alaska Redistricting Board finalizes it's legislative districts map. Also, a wolf hunt on Prince of Wales Island fuels controversy. And a classic Juneau hole-in-the-wall restaurant opens a replica in Anchorage.
A man in winter clothing stands on ice near a hole with a stick that he's using to ice fish.

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, November 9, 2021

In a close vote, Alaska's redistricting board approves a final map. Also, the seaweed industry in Alaska could get a boost from a high-tech food preservation method. And a new study looks at how climate change has impacted subsistence harvesters in Northwest Alaska.
A group of seven men post for a photo.

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, November 8, 2021

Alaska is a big winner in the federal infrastructure bill. Also, hunters from Pilot Station describe being stranded at a fish camp for more than a week. And remembering Chuck Bundrant, who started as a deckhand and went on to lead America's largest seafood company.
A woman stands in front of a colorful mural.

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, November 5, 2021

Petersburg deals with a significant COVID-19 outbreak. Also, an Anchorage artist is making her mark on the city, quite literally. And a musher from Patagonia finds a temporary home in Alaska.
A boy in a mask gets a shot.

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, November 4, 2021

Seven hunters have been stranded at a fish camp for a week after the Yukon iced over. Also, Alaska parents rush to get their younger kids vaccinated against COVID-19. And as the pandemic drags on, childcare centers are struggling to find workers.
Woman speaks at podium

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, November 3, 2021

Sen. Lisa Murkowski votes with Democrats to restore parts of the Voting Rights Act. Also, a study shows Alaska State Troopers are understaffed in Western Alaska. And a 30-year-old message in a bottle washes up on a beach near Skagway.
two staff from CITC lead a class on suicide intervention as a student takes notes

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, November 2, 2021

Lawmakers contemplate future sessions where the price of oil brings some budget relief. Also, the NTSB concludes its investigation on the fatal plane crash in Unalaska in 2019. And a training in Anchorage can help friends and family learn how to intervene before a suicide attempt.
Man in a suit on a state with a microphone

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, November 1, 2021

Anchorage's mayor speaks alongside prominent vaccine skeptics and proponents of unproven COVID-19 treatments. Also, Girdwood officials work to restore access to infrastructure and neighborhoods. And a debate in Wrangell over whether ancient petroglyphs were recently vandalized.
Close up shot of a woman with dark hair and eyeglasses looking into the distance

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, October 29, 2021

Alaska's chief medical officer calls out misinformation and distrust around COVID-19. Also, teachers are concerned about what they say is book censorship in the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District. And a spooky competition ramps up between neighbors in Skagway.