Debate over the PFD fractures the Senate Majority caucus and the recall Dunleavy campaign resumes after an accidental delay.
Gov. Dunleavy responds to the campaign to recall him, the fight to control student vaping, and rocket launch preparations.
Sen. Murkowski prepares to vote during impeachment trial. Plus: highlights from the Kuskokwim 300 sled dog race.
The task of counting every person living in the United States begins right here in Alaska. Plus: A school in Hooper Bay becomes another cold weather casualty. And, as mushers, dogs, and volunteers gather in Bethel for the K300 this weekend, vets help keep the dogs in tip-top shape.
The Anchorage Archdiocese has released the names of clergy members and church employees accused of sexual misconduct. Plus: Sitka officials consider redesigning the city's seal. And, volunteer cooks prepare to feed hungry mushers during the Kuskowim 300 Sled Dog Race.
Researchers say food scarcity is why so many birds died in Alaska in 2015. Plus: Pete Kaiser's dad, Ron, returns to the trail to race the Bogus Creek 150. And, how people suffering from homelessness in Juneau manage during a cold snap.
Some Alaska Native corporation shareholders are slapped with fines for their Facebook comments. Plus: Researchers say the hottest-ever summer in Bristol Bay was deadly for salmon. And, Toksook Bay gets ready to kick off the 2020 Census as the first town in the country to be counted.
Despite rising tension in the Middle East, Alaska North Slope crude oil prices are lower than they were ten days ago after the U.S. killed an Iranian General. Plus, the Northwest Arctic Borough fills three public safety officer positions after months of vacancies.
A judge allows the campaign to recall Governor Dunleavy to go forward. Plus: are engine block heaters worth it for your car and the environment?
Both sides in the campaign to recall Governor Mike Dunleavy will be making their cases tomorrow in front of a Superior Court judge in Anchorage. Plus, campaigners for an initiative to reform Alaska's elections submitted tens of thousands of signatures to the division of elections today.
Alaska Senator Lisa Murkowski could influence a congressional resolution that might limit the President's military interactions with Iran. Plus, frozen pipes force some residents in Yukon-Kuskowim Delta to go back to using honey buckets. And, a remembrance of longtime National Weather Service forecaster and Fairbanks public radio music host Bob Fisher.
Starting this month the Anchorage Public Library system goes fine free. Plus: A volcanic eruption in the Aleutians is intensifying.
Alaska's Senators react to the attack that killed Iranian General Qasem Soleimani, commander of Iran's Quds force. Plus: Juneau residents are divided over an officer's use of lethal force which killed a man last month.
A Fairbanks food entrepreneur pitches a farmers market on wheels. Plus: Officials try to manage changes for halibut charter fishing. And, Anchorage officials weigh different tax measures to address years of budget cuts.
After rescuing two fishermen from a life raft, the U.S. Coast Guard suspends the search for five others near Kodiak Island. Plus, a new facility in Anchorage is using a different approach to sexual assault investigations that centers victims and survivors. And, residents in Kotzebue finally see fireworks after weather delayed the display on New Year's Eve.
The Haines community is shaken after an avalanche kills two young men. Plus, wildlife officials try to strike a balance between oil drilling and animal conservation. And, the city of Anchorage closes out the year by setting a new warm weather record.
Juneau experiences its first fatal officer involved shooting in 12 years. And, two Alaska high school students will go to D.C as part of the United States Senate Youth Program.
Cold temperatures settle across large swaths of the state. A new conservative proposal for combating climate change.
Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski is again making national news, this time for her opinions on impeachment. Plus: A look at the ongoing effort to build a new generation of rural Alaskan National Guardsmen.
Alaska's senior senator weighs in on impeachment, without taking a side. Plus: A new Dunleavy administration budget proposal that threatens Alaska's growing oyster-farming industry.