Alaska News Nightly: November 1, 2013

F/V Arctic Hunter Runs Aground Near Unalaska; Murkowski, Young Criticize Shared Beringian Heritage Program Plan’s Transparency; Murkowski Meets With FEMA About Galena Flooding Response; Crews Clear Huge Alaska Landslide From Road; Anchorage Has Warmest October In Nearly A Century; Calista Board Sanctions 6 Board Members For Ethics Violations; Milken Family Foundation Surprises Juneau Principal With $25,000 Award; Can Logging Switch To Second-Growth Sooner?; AK: Road Trip; 300 Villages: Tyonek Download Audio

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, July 20, 2015

NTSB Investigates 'Man, Machine, Environment' in Friday's Plane Crash Near Juneau; Trapper Creek Man Dies When Plane Strikes Tree; Shell Ship 'Fennica' Heads to Oregon for Repairs; Rain Helps Slow A Vigorous Fire Season In the Interior; Legislative Committee Won't Take Up Medicaid Expansion Wednesday; Fire Destroys Oyster Company Boat, Dock, Equipment in Little Jakolof Bay; Alaska Supreme Court Upholds Ruling Against 'Save Our Salmon' Initiative; Senate Ed Bill Bolsters the Role of Alaska Tribes; State Lifts Spending Freeze on Susitna-Watana Hydro Project; Need for Food Assistance Rises as Alaskans Struggle To Make Ends Meet; Ketchikan Pastor Goes Barefoot to Raise Money For Those Who Need Shoes Download Audio

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, Feb. 13, 2016

No sign of missing fishing vessel or 6 fisherman in Bering Sea; 3 rescued near Akutan after fishing vessel takes on water; Legislators mixed in response to income tax bill; Trump’s federal hiring freeze leaves Alaska national parks in limbo; 22 candidates in election that could shakeup Anchorage Assembly; Renewed fight, but old arguments for lawmakers wanting to open ANWR for drilling; At a safe distance: Monitoring remote volcanoes from remote locations; Ketchikan testing local beaches for PSP toxins; Matt Hall leads Yukon Quest mushers towards Central Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, Sep. 5, 2017

Alaska attorney general joins others arguing that redistricting can be too partisan; Trump's decision to end DACA prompts Anchorage protest; Anchorage DA announces departure from position, move to private sector; Skagway rocked by second landslide in under 2 weeks; No injuries in Sitka Labor Day landslide; First large wind storm moving through Southcentral; Russian River flooding is affecting Kodiak residents; Drivers can expect night closures along Denali Highway; 18 animals left to waste during Forty Mile caribou hunt; New exhibit tells little-known story of a plan to settle Jewish refugees in Alaska during WWII; Groups conserve habitat on Afognak Island Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, Feb. 5 2018

In Alaska stop, Vice President gets refuel and military briefing; Crude spill at Valdez Terminal under investigation; Borough mayor on new potential development coming to the North Slope; Lt. Governor Mallot and Sen. Sullivan talk transboundary mining with Canadian officials; After years shut, a rural tannery re-opens for business; Distillery cocktail debate continues after weekend hearing on House Bill 269; WCA gets $600,000 to upgrade native homes in Wrangell; Ice Alaska board cancels alternate ice-carving event, plans 2019 World Ice Art Championship; Yukon Quest mushers race through Circle checkpoint Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, June 11, 2018

Bill would shift 3% of state's ANWR revenue to Native corporations; Two men deceased after Katlian Bay plane crash; Report highlights long-standing issue of VPSOs with criminal convictions; Iditarod board approves rule changes for dog deaths in race; Supreme Court denies Schaeffer Cox request for appeal of conviction; Elders look on with pride as younger generations step up at Celebration 2018; Ironworkers help men prep for life outside of Goose Creek Correctional Center; Bethel family and community gathers to remember Y-K Delta legend John Active Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2018

Democrats would like to see Walker step aside in campaign; Begich discusses campaign viability, ‘path forward’; Lt. Gov. Davidson delivers first public speech in new position; State regulators to Alaska lobbyist: Stop helping candidates raise money; 35th Elders and Youth conference wraps up; Bethel VPO to be honored for improving the lives of Alaska Native women and children; Ester hosts meeting to discuss high levels of arsenic; Ask a Climatologist: Why hasn't it snowed in Fairbanks yet? Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, Dec. 26, 2018

Effects of government shutdown not as severe as in the past; Coastal House lawmakers push for bipartisan coalition; Juneau fluoride study confirms old science, but doesn’t sway opponents; Details released for Delta flight that was temporarily grounded in Shemya; Alaska’s top forester talks timber in Southeast; Report: Arrest rates for most drug crimes down for last three decades; These priests abused in Native villages for years: Part Two; Environmental group worried over effects of heavy traffic on Denali Park road; UAF grad students head to South Pole to study 'winds of space'

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, Feb. 8, 2019

State privatizes API management with no-bid contract; Hearing concludes regarding French’s fate at head of state oil and gas commission; Don’t count on oil to bail out Alaska’s budget soon, says unpublished state tax memo; Y-K Delta tribes appeal Donlin state permits; Alaska’s latest climate policy is still offline. So these students made a delivery to the governor.; Quest frontrunners approach Circle; With spring whaling around the corner, sinew thread makers are hard at work; AK: New housing for Skagway tourist season employees may be taking lodging from tourists; AK: Bruce Schindler of Skagway

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, March 25, 2019

Sullivan on Mueller report: 'There's no evidence of collusion. It's over.'; Alaska lawmakers weigh becoming only state to not fund medical education; Environmental groups threaten to sue federal government over dispersants used on oil spills; Pentagon: Missile defense test succeeds in shootdown; Alaska chief justice defends judicial nominating process; Alaskans pack Anchorage hearing to testify on proposed state budget cuts; Yukon Territory says the US is on the hook for Alaska Highway upgrades; DEC looks into helicopter fuel spill in Jakolof Bay; NPS gives go-ahead to 7 new cruise lines to Glacier Bay; Public divided over process for establishing federal water quality protections; Ketchikan Kings reclaim state title after 45 years

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, May 6, 2018

Big parts of Gov. Dunleavy's agenda remain unfinished. But he still has time, tools at his disposal.; Pompeo to Arctic Council: Easy days are over; Communities in Anchorage and Fairbanks commemorate missing Native women and children; Public will have chance to weigh in on proposal to move Juneau City HallAnchorage utility racing to fix sewer line unmoored by quake; New Anchorage climate plan calls for 80 percent cut to emissions by 2050; As the Lower 48 continues to dry out, Alaska could get wetter; Ft. Greely wildfire gores to 6,700 acres; Donlin Gold looks to schools, workforce development for future employees; Public will have chance to weigh in on proposal to move Juneau City Hall; Anchorage Bike Blessing draws riders from around the state

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, June 20, 2019

Time for Murkowski to take a stand on Pebble? She says not yet.; Dunleavy to lawmakers: PFD formula must be approved by popular vote; Anchorage homelessness problem draws frustration from both sides of issue; Alaska Congress members ask to tap relief funds for seafood; Appellate court rejects Alaskans appeal in Carnival pollution case; Fishing regulations on the Kuskokwim: Do they restrict Yup'ik culture or preserve it?; Following the purchase of Minto Mine, Yukon ore may be shipped from Skagway once again; Alaska Mental Health Trust plans new land use permit, fees; UAF officials say they've got a better idea on completion date of power plant ; As summer travel season begins, Fairbanks airport reminds locals of parking regulations

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, Aug. 5, 2019

4 believed to be on plane in deadly crash near Girdwood; Alaska ferries resume sailing after striking workers ratify new contract; Alaska Psychiatric Institute struggles to fill positions; Conduct of Denali Commission staffer draws scrutiny; Alaska senators host commission to discuss transboundary mining disputes; Anchorage police shoot man they say pointed a BB gun at officers; Anchorage police officer charged with sexual abuse of teen; 22-year-old Army soldier dies from gunshot in Fairbanks; Nome breaks another climate record: most rain in 24 hours; Alaska natives gather five years after B.C. mining disaster; Fairbanks football coach resigns after swimming accident; Years of data suggest ecosystem shifts in the Northern Bering Sea; Mule deer, white-tail deer expand range into Alaska

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, Sept. 26, 2019

Uncertainty for union workers in Hilcorp's buyout of BP in Alaska. And a Delta Junction councilman denies posting racist comments to Twitter.

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, Nov. 11, 2019

Efforts to ease conflicts over Southeast Alaska's growing sea otter population are underway. Plus: Alaskans celebrate Veterans day around the state.

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, Dec. 24, 2019

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.

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, Feb. 11, 2020

Rallies across the state took place today in support of the Alaska Marine Highway System. Plus: Defending Yukon Quest champion Brent Sass bests Michelle Phillips to win his third victory. And, one of the rescued Nunam Iqua boys explains how he and his brothers got lost in a winter storm.
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Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, March 26, 2020

What the massive national stimulus package means for Alaskans. Plus: Stylists and tattoo artists aren't working right now, but most don't qualify for unemployment. And, a bartender in Sitka creates a virtual experience for his customers.

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, May 11, 2020

The market for Alaska's seafood becomes more unpredictable as the salmon season starts. And, Alaska's tourism industry turns to in-state customers during the pandemic. Plus: Bars throughout the state can start to reopen, but will they?

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, June 24, 2020

Anchorage's mayor says masks may be required if coronavirus cases continue to rise. And, new funding moves the controversial Ambler Road project forward. Plus, the pandemic continues to affect the salmon market.