Alaska News Nightly: January 24, 2012

Buccaneer Alaska Working To Bring Jack-Up Rig To Cook Inlet, Chenault Renews In-State Gas Line Push, Study Describes North Slope Employment As A Roller Coaster, Sea Ice Delays Bering Sea Snow Crab Season, More Federal Charges Filed Against Fairbanks Militia Group, Senate Opens Crime Summit, Subsistence Board To Review Rural, Non-Rural Status Decision Process, Bristol Bay, Unalaska Papers Returning Next Month, Powerful Solar Flares Surging

Alaska News Nightly: October 8, 2013

State Expects Unemployment Filings To Rise Due To Shutdown; Alaska Native Tribal Governments Keep Doors Open For Now; Bethel Economic Summit Looks At Energy Needs; Signing Up For Insurance On Federal Marketplace Still A Waiting Game; Alaska E-Health Network Defends Privacy Protections Of Medical Records; Why Sea-Tac Airport Workers Can't Join a Union for Better Pay; Tlingit & Haida Housing Authority, CCS To Expand Senior Services In Rural Southeast Download Audio

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Key Provisions of Erin's Law Restored; Village Crime Victims Need Intervention, Senators Told; State Consolidates Two Divisions in Dept. of Labor; Lawyers Say Walker Can Act On Medicaid Without the Legislature; Fairbanks Man Likely Contracted Measles in Mongolia; State Budget Cuts Squeeze Wildland Firefighters; New Marijuana Restrictions Regulate Secondhand Smoke; Nikiski Seeks More Law Enforcement as Petty Crime Booms; Study Investigates Water Contamination in North Pole; With Seconds to Spare, Coast Guard Rescues Crew of Kupreanof Download Audio:

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2017

Arizona senator on a pork hunt targets Kodiak; Trump's VA pick came to Alaska in 2015; WIIN and NDAA make an Arctic deep draft port more likely; Walrus Islands designated as national historic landmark; Before and after photos of Bogoslof Island show big changes after recent eruption; Extreme cold to move across Alaska in coming week; Anchorage looks to provide shelter for homeless in pending cold snap; Only homeless shelter in Kodiak fights through the cold; Tanker truck spills 4,000 gallons of diesel fuel after crash near Paxson; Sitka’s Green Lake Dam back in service; Homer students to compete in state robotics championship Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, Aug. 24, 2017

Six charged in extensive Anchorage mail fraud case; Long awaited Interior natural gas contract expected; Fish and Game criticized over "chronic failure" regulating Mat-Su waters; PenAir requests subsidy to sustain market in Pribilof Islands; Former senator, longtime Native leader Albert Kookesh fighting cancer; Lawsuit dismissed after prompting abortion rule changes; Responders have mitigated pollution threat of F/V Akutan, Coast Guard says; New study suggests dental therapists improving oral health in YK Delta; Bradley Lake hydro expansion moves forward; Macomb caribou season closed early a day; Someone's painting rainbow colors over a Juneau crosswalk; the city wants it to stop; Ask a Climatologist: Rainy…even by Ketchikan standards Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, Jan. 18, 2018

State senators slam additional Medicaid costs; Alaska senators vote 'no' as Senate renews surveillance law; Bethel police unable to trace cellphone calls to 911; Prison riot prompts lockdown; Anchorage bust nets $1.2M worth of meth, heroin; New app harnesses crowdsourced weather information; What caused the Blob? Scientists conclude: we did; K300 no stranger to severe weather; Board of Fisheries navigates 'uncharted territory' for Southeast's king salmon; Fishermen set off for first tanner crab fishery since 2013. Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Alaska spent millions. So why is this historic building still a wreck?; Anchorage emergency rooms can't handle number of patients needing psychiatric care; Anchorage organization to buy LIO building for $14M; Railroad traffic still stalled as Talkeetna flooding recedes; Juneau’s child care providers concerned by proposed licensing changes; Paul Schaughency And Martin Aure reflect on evacuating Attu Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2018

Murkowski: Kavanaugh debate now about 'victims and their ability to tell their story'; Fairbanks City Council greenlights reality show showcasing local police; Alaska has a climate change policy. Now what?; Supporters outnumber opponents in salmon habitat ballot initiative public hearing; Science around the house: Houston High teacher nominated for Alaska Teacher of the Year; Homer City Council revisits plastic bag ban; ‘Quite an influx’: Numerous army convoys to traverse highway for big training exercise; The man who translates climate change data for Alaskans is retiring. Here’s a Q&A Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, Dec. 14, 2018

Gov. Dunleavy introduces budget with larger PFDs, with cuts to come; Damage tally to Anchorage utilities, facilities stands at $30M; Nenana Native Association receives grant for bridge across Nenana River; ASD accepts resignation of teacher who 'shoved and grabbed' a student in May; Hoonah’s Icy Strait Point plans new dock for megaships; What happens when an oil producer moves into the neighborhood?; AK: A Wrangell scrounge master finds art in scraps left behind; 49 Voices: Katie Irwin of Anchorage

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, Feb. 1, 2019

Calls for 'vigilance' on Russian military buildup in Arctic; Governor's mid-year budget bill cuts VPSO recruitment funds; Coast Guard crew member dies in accident on Homer Spit; Medical community mourns loss of missing Guardian Flight colleagues; Klawock mayor pleads guilty to soliciting prostitution; Survey will monitor cruise ship emissions in downtown Juneau this summer; 12 rookie mushers prepare to tackle Yukon Quest trail; ‘Life is going to spring back to us’: the sun returns to Utqiaġvik; AK: Hunters sleep in Bethel parking lot to get muskox permits; 49 Voices: Peter Atchak of Bethel

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, March 15, 2019

House forms new tribal affairs subcommittee; House schedules dates for public budget hearings; Over 100 people rally in Anchorage as part of Global Climate Strike; Fairbanks mayors disagree on marijuana use at retail stores; Southeast will see one of the largest old growth timber sales in years; Surviving snowboarders remember fallen Haines avalanche victim; Sitka sac roe fishery on two-hour notice starting Sunday; AK: Ketchikan mental health clinic hopes 'Proof' will debunk taboos; 49 Voices: Geneva Luteria of Anchorage

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, April 29, 2019

Napakiak mourns after two prisoners die in jail fire; Pot could leave black mark on immigration cases; Lawmakers are grappling with allowing a $3,000-dollar PFD in the budget; Dry weather forecasted throughout much of the state; Fire season kicks off with over a dozen fires statewide; Diomede’s outdated water system recovers only partially after failure; residents make do with snow melt and run-off; University of Alaska seeking people affected by data breach; The 2019 cruise ship season has begun; Alaska attorney general recovering after 'scare'; Someone took a sack of crap through Juneau airport security; New book packed with history of Southeast salmon canneries; Alaska Women's Hall of Fame induction tomorrow

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, June 12, 2019

Vote to draw from state savings account to pay for capital projects falls short; $20M state grant released to Alaska schools, but future funding remains unclear; Work begins on new site for village of Newtok; State employees anxious as government shutdown threat looms; Numerous fires spark around Interior; DEC details new plan to address PFAS in soil; Unusually high number of seal deaths reported along the coast of the Bering and Chukchi Seas; Ask a Climatologist: Anchorage close to record number of 'thunderstorm days'; Goat yoga? In Fairbanks, there’s a new animal to flow with: reindeer

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, July 26, 2019

Alaska House absences draw attention; State warns striking ferry workers of loss of health coverage; Moody’s sees negative outlook for Alaska’s credit rating; Alaska appeals court sends murder case back to lower court 'We’re gonna be out on the streets' Anchorage readies for homeless crisis; Chair of Rasmuson Foundation, and Dunleavy voter, walks back support for governor; Governor’s veto could close Head Start classrooms in Southeast Alaska; Donlin Gold suspends operations as Smith Creek Fire grows

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, Sept. 18, 2019

A judge describes a crisis in Alaska's criminal justice system. Also: Kodiak Island villages worry about ferry reductions and increased isolation.

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, Nov. 1, 2019

It's looking like an oil and gas lease sale in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge will not happen before the end of the year. Also: Southeast residents are trying to cope with ferry service cuts, reduced further now with a vessel under repair. And private developers want to build a new ferry dock near Ketchikan.
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Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, Dec. 17, 2019

Alaska lawmakers are reviewing Hilcorp's pending purchase of BP's assets. Plus: Alaska Native groups gather in Anchorage to help translate material for the 2020 census.

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, Feb. 3, 2020

Sen. Murkowski says she'll vote against impeaching the president, but she doesn't excuse his actions. Plus: Wrangell residents have a message for the governor ahead of his town hall visit. And, a look at Sitka's first hybrid electric fishing boat.

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, March 18, 2020

Store managers in Alaska emphasize that supply chains remain intact. Plus: Parents scramble to care for their children while all schools and many daycare centers remain closed. And, the Iditarod Sled Dog Race has a winner.

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, April 30, 2020

Over a million pieces of personal protective equipment have landed in Anchorage. And, as some businesses reopen, others close for good. Plus: A Juneau food cart owner adapts to a new socially distant reality.