Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, April 3, 2018

UA President Johnsen shares outlook for university budget; Alaska corrections leaders look to Norway for inspiration; Denali area wolf harvest paused; Meet the Fairbanks teen who’s suing the U.S. government over climate change; Dillingham marches against domestic and sexual violence; Governor invites Alaska's export-minded entrepreneurs to join China Trade Mission Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, Oct. 5, 2018

In preliminary vote, Murkowski is sole Republican 'no' vote on advancing Kavanaugh; Three-way race for governor complicates campaign strategies; Key Alaska seafood products dropped from list of Chinese tariffs; Former ADN owner reaches settlement in bankruptcy case; Katmai kicks off 'Fat Bear Week,' polls are open ; AK: Lt. Gov. Mallott remembers John Active’s contributions to language revitalization; 49 Voices: Steve Henrikson of Juneau Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2019

Dunleavy rolls out package in first step of ‘war on criminals’; The state’s new budget director is a well-known fiscal hawk, her budget is set to drop in three weeks; Revenue commissioner outlines a new direction for Alaska’s gas pipeline project; Alaska's population is down for the second year in a row -- why?; Fairbanks North Star Borough to vote on natural gas-powered public transit; Two Eagle River schools to remain closed next school year due to Nov. 30 quake damage; Alaska's Danielle Riha is one of 4 finalists for National Teacher of the Year; 'Laundry list' of problems hitting climatologists amid government shutdown; Shutdown affects Yukon Quest

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, March 7, 2019

Lawmakers want to know more about economic impact of state budget proposal; Tlingit code talkers recognized by state legislature for their efforts during WWII; Herd on the Hill brings constituent letters right to Congress; Anchorage police: Suspected prowler shot, killed after firing at officers; Lawsuit challenges state’s Medicaid policy denying transgender-related health care coverage; Predicting marine heatwaves can have economic implications; Juneau Assembly rejects cruise invitation, citing possible conflicts of interest; Petit takes lead out of Iditarod checkpoint as musher come off their 24-hour breaks

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, April 23, 2019

State ends Wellpath contract to run psychiatric institute, could open up contract for bids; Defense department chooses icebreaker contractor ; As Capitol reporters dwindle, Alaska lawmakers grapple with rise of political blogs; As part of Dunleavy administration directive, ADF&G considered selling its hatcheries; Anchorage files appeal over $2M award to former police officer; Fairbanks City Council approves 'cannabis cafes'; Southeast business survey shows misgivings over Dunleavy budget; Lawmakers urge Dunleavy to continue pursuing BC over transboundary mine pollution; Cruise industry responds to community concerns about environmental impacts; ‘Ragin’ Contagion’ exercise tests Nome’s ability to respond to widespread disease

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, June 5, 2019

US House calls for more research on ocean acidification; Erosion threatens village of Huslia; Akiak seeks funds to move homes away from river; Nome establishes new public safety commission; Juneau’s homeless population declines for first time since 2016; Alaska awards contract to study Medicaid block grant system; North Pacific fish council enters Pebble debate, over state’s objections; State unveils draft hemp regulations; In a rainforest, Southeast Alaska towns face extreme drought; Alaska Native students get hands-on medical experience at UAA nursing camp
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Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, May 5, 2016

Pilot injured in helo crash; House to vote on criminal justice overhaul; Cook Inlet gets no drilling bids; firefighters contain Sunrise wildfire; Walker unveils tribal advisory council; a special report on two rural schools; solar to help power NW Arctic; Avant Garde arctic art visits ANC; borough takes action on polluting hydronic heaters

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, Oct. 14, 2015

State, feds won't pursue $92M more in '89 Exxon Valdez spill; With $3B budget deficit, lawmakers eye oil tax credits; Murkowski raises cash, expects a fight in 2016; APD chief Mew turns the baton to incomer Tolley; Walker convenes tribal advisory council; Forensic psychologist doubtful of witness testimony at FBX 4 hearing; New drug reduces heroin cravings, may reduce recidivism; Aleknagik celebrates new bridge over the Wood River; Planned totem poles in Douglas mark ‘A Time for Healing’ Download Audio

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, Sep. 19, 2017

Murkowski could swing Senate for latest ACA repeal; Alaska sees 26 percent drop in health insurance rates; Transgender troops: Sullivan says let them serve; Walker administration appoints climate adviser, promises new policy “soon”; University of Alaska students may see 10 percent tuition hike over next two years; Fairbanks' anti-commercial marijuana ballot measures likely to boost turnout for October election; After mining exec weighs in, Juneau Assembly holds off on boundary mine resolution; Ferry Taku sold, will become floating hotel; State appeals court overturns 2012 Ketchikan murder conviction; Pink salmon found in odd places near Homer 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: Thursday, Nov. 15, 2018

Civil suit filed in controversial Anchorage assault case; Shrugging off lawsuit, Trump administration forges ahead with offshore Arctic drilling proposal; Dunleavy seeks regulation freeze; Coast Guard bill would end EPA permit mandate for fishing boats; Juneau seasonal cold weather emergency shelter begins operations Thursday; With election of Dunleavy, is climate action team out in the cold?; Anchorage teachers, school district reach contract agreement; The only thing people in Crooked Creek agree on about the Donlin Mine is that it’s coming; It was quite a week for Marko Cheseto, who became a marathoner and an American in a 3-day span

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, Feb. 7, 2019

Anchorage and Mat-Su school districts report millions in post-quake repair costs, with millions more to come; Measles vaccines OK locally; outbreak in Washington state; Former Ketchikan teacher pleads guilty to sexual abuse of minor; gets six years; Police release info on two Anchorage homicides; GVEA to cut carbon emissions by 26 percent by 2030; environmentalists urge more cuts; Ask A Climatologist: Remembering 6.5 ft of snow pelting Richardson Highway decades ago; Measure funding Native language programs supported in Alaska; Quest leaders head out of Dawson in close proximity; Transforming perspectives on trauma through paintings of hope

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, March 26, 2019

Bill seeks to rescind decision to allow drilling in ANWR; US Supreme Court rules in favor of Sturgeon, limiting NPS jurisdiction of state-owned rivers; On Talk of Alaska, Dunleavy takes calls on budget cuts, taxes; UAA investigates misconduct allegations against ex-teacher; House members propose budget amendments; Alaska delegation introduces bills to curb states’ bans on walrus ivory; Pebble CEO emphasizes mining project’s changes at legislative meeting; History of Alaska's worst environmental disaster preserved in State Archives

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, May 8, 2019

Alaska prison riot damage estimated at $100,000; House passes sweeping crime bill; Why is the US so far behind in the Arctic? Clues emerge at congressional hearing; Constitutional delegate Vic Fischer opposes Dunleavy’s amendment proposals; Anchorage man indicted for 2018 murder of girlfriend's 6-year-old son; Trappers and dog-owners at odds over new restrictions in Anchorage; Tazlina makes maiden voyage to Haines and Skagway; Search renewed for Iliamna Lake's 'monster' with DNA testing and underwater video

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, June 21, 2019

Legislators, Dunleavy administration expect school funds to be paid during potential lawsuit; Legislative Affairs Agency says Wasilla special session could cost more than $1 million; As sea ice changes in a warming Arctic, new challenges for polar bear research; Spreading Swan Lake Fire prompts traffic delays and air quality warnings; Planning for 2019 NPR-A oil lease sale begins as feds pursue opening more Arctic land to drilling; Nome residents share thoughts on potential deep draft port; Runner reports first eagle attack of Unalaska's nesting season; Free cooking class dishes up simple and creative summer recipes; AK: New Kodiak park dedicated to Alutiiq ancestors uprooted from their homeland; 49 Voices: Dimetros Baynesagn

Alaska News Nightly: January 23, 2009

Alaska's unemployment rate is on the rise.  Governor Palin gives her State of the State address before the legislature. And Mark Myers is returning...

Alaska News Nightly: June 21, 2013

Paid Protesters Attempt To Convince Alaskans To Not Sign Oil Tax Cut Repeal; Redistricting Board To Begin Reviewing District Lines; Senate Work On Immigration ‘Dead On Arrival’ In House; Lightning Strikes Ignite More Wildfires; Tularemia Cases Reported In Delta Junction; Where Are Anchorage’s Homeless Coming From?; AK: Canoe Paddles; 300 Villages: Napakiak Download Audio

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Anchorage police determine one man responsible for 5 killings last summer; Alaska governor tries to force lawmakers to weigh nominees; In public testimony, most support state income tax bill; State's biggest military training exercise takes off next week; Southeast Alaska hatchery to reopen with new owner; With loss of leader, Alaska Commons faces uncertain future; Wrangell’s Happy Cannabis given go-ahead, but its doors will remain closed; Government shutdown would close Skagway’s national park at the start of cruise ship season; Alaska city to get giant egg-shaped aircraft by 2019; Mariculture poised to come of age in Alaska; Two dead squid in two weeks: Coincidence?; Remote controlled kayaks ready for research at LeConte Glacier Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, Jan. 12, 2018

Murkowski condemns Trump for 'offensive' remark; Alaska leaders got more than bargained for in Interior’s offshore drilling proposal; Petitions submitted to bar payments to lawmakers if they miss budget deadline; Salmon initiative supporters hit signature target; Wilson calls on LeDoux to resign; Juneau’s state legislators field questions, cynicism at town hall; Roster set for 2018 Yukon Quest after signup deadline; Seventeen students leave Haines school district during winter break; Prince of Wales Island schools started growing food. Now 1st graders are binging on broccoli. Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, July 19, 2018

USFWS quietly allows land survey in Izembek; Enviros call foul; Endangered Species Act overhaul could put Alaska’s polar bears in crosshairs; Feds join governor in ending Juneau road extension; Anchorage officials employ new methods to clear away illegal homeless camps; Feds request public input on National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska oil leasing; DNA shows Eagle River bears shot after maulings were not to blam; Tlingit & Haida tight-lipped about project near Eaglecrest; Anchorage pilot dies, two suffer injuries in Willow plane crash; Panel finds Alaska lawmaker violated ethics law; A woman seeks Don Young's seat in Congress. And she's never been to Alaska; How bold? Governor’s climate action team talks emissions reduction goals and education Listen now