Alaska News Nightly: May 9, 2014

Tacoma Climber Dies On Denali; Joe Miller Speaks Out In Favor Of Libertarian Party; YKHC CEO Releases Layoff Details; Sand Point Sees Progress In War On Drugs; UAF Mining Extension Offering Basic Prospecting Class; AK: Plastics; 300 Villages: Pelican Download Audio

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, June 20, 2016

Murkowski, Sullivan vote no on gun limits; legislators respond to Walker's latest special session; more than 200 people work to put out Tetlin River Fire near Tok; a cocktail napkin is at the heart of $1M lawsuit against ADN; FBI: No national security threat in '15 Alaska plane crash; Dillingham woman missing after leaving Juneau treatment center in March; underpaid Alaska contractors bear burden of Buccaneer’s bankruptcy; Kiehl proposes ordinance to outlaw LGBT discrimination in Juneau; first openly gay bishop talks about religion and sexuality Download Audio

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, June 21, 2017

State eyes Alaska Permanent Fund earnings draw without plan; Hilcorp picks up more acreage in Cook Inlet for oil and gas development; Borough Assembly approves funding for Port Mac repairs; Man dies in Army Corps industrial accident in Alaska; Fairbanks looks to recruit seasoned officers with $20,000 bonus; Bristol bay reacts to influx of fishermen population; Advocates opposed to mining in Bristol Bay region ramp up summer outreach; Assembly member wants to turn fallow land into an urban farm; A ‘funnybug’ holds a serious clue to Ice Age ecology Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, Dec. 20, 2017

Trump lauds ANWR passage; Young: 'We finally got it done'; Oil companies aren’t promising to drill in ANWR…so how interested are they?; ACLU won't challenge Assembly's modified anti-camping measure; Anchorage firefighter wins nearly $780,000 in lawsuit against city; Walker budget proposes fix for spring ferry funding foul-up; Alaska’s only tribal college will waive tuition for Alaska Native students; T-rexes, minions and more at the ninth annual Polar Plunge; The real cost of child care in Juneau Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, April 30, 2018

Charges: Alaska State Trooper tried to meet 16-year-old girl for sex; Sixteen young Alaskans hope courts can force the state to act on climate change; Legislature passes bill lowering bond amounts in order to pay pensions; Before the flames: Alaska firefighters prep for wildfire season; Reception mixed on ASD proposal to switch school start times around; How tourists could see the Mendenhall Glacier after it retreats; Wolf kills dog along Brotherhood Bridge Trail in Juneau; Assembly takes up high cost of Anchorage childcare; Octopus eggs hatch at Alaska SeaLife Center; Friendly competition and sibling rivalry abound at Native Youth Olympics Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, Sept. 10, 2018

Numerous agencies continue search for missing 10-year-old Kotzebue girl; Judge orders that some political signs can remain for now — but not all; State announces tentative deal with ExxonMobil to supply gas for Alaska LNG project; What happens if Roe v. Wade goes? In Alaska, 'nothing'; Alaska Airlines union workers picket for better wages; Highway re-routed to protect road from migrating debris lobe; Hunters unearth massive mammoth tusk in Northwest Alaska; When Sitka’s public assistance office closed, pantries shouldered need; VA wants more veterans to register for healthcare; How oil companies are confronted by climate change Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, Dec. 6, 2018

Big aftershocks from Alaska earthquake continue; Gruening Middle School teachers pack up their classrooms for quake-induced move to Chugiak High; Reactions from Utqiaġvik on a whaling quota rule change: 'We don’t have to beg anymore'; Several Native organization want Dunleavy to dedicate funds to helping prosecute crimes against Native women; After misdiagnosis and amputation, Anchorage woman wins $21M; Former hockey coach sentenced for abusing children; Ruling limits how Juneau can spend cruise passenger fees; Human rights complaint filed over transboundary mining in British Columbia; Anchorage museum archives earthquake with viral memes, Twitter poetry; Workshop in Anchorage seeks to empower Alaska musicians

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, Jan. 29, 2019

Schools push back on proposed mid-year budget cut; Study finds poor air quality aboard cruise ships; 'Uber for icebreakers' idea gains traction; Federal team investigating cause of Anchorage fire that caused $20M in damage; Fairbanks burn bans leading to better air quality, research says; Juneau residents are noticing an extra charge on their Amazon receipts. Here’s why; Togiak National Wildlife Refuge scrambles to make up for lost time after federal shutdown; Alaska extends deadline for earthquake recovery funds; Infrastructure updates may mean more boil-water notices in Emmonak; King Cove basketball team flies out last minute to play Unalaska after previous opponents cancelled

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, Aug. 16, 2019

Group seeking Dunleavy recall isn’t stopping at minimum as it continues to gather signatures; Dunleavy says he won't veto $800K for OWL and homework help programs; Tali Birch Kindred, daughter of deceased state Sen. Birch, takes step toward trying to fill his seat; Heavy rainfall continues in Fairbanks area; Haines water department works to keep water flowing from Lily Lake amid drought; Plans for moving Napakiak school fuel tanks to develop at pace of erosion; Michael Krauss, Alaska linguistics expert, dead at 84; Sanitation is focus as Indian Health Service head tours Wales, Shishmaref; Fort Wainwright begins process of replacing old, increasingly inefficient power plant

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Two tribes, Dunleavy at odds over tribal sovereignty; Dunleavy not planning marijuana board repeal this session; City of Nome again delays reading on public safety commission; Man who left correctional farm spotted at Mat-Su lake cabin; Proposed agriculture funding cuts would hurt ‘state’s ability to feed itself,’ farmers say; Anchorage School District to allow for tribal, cultural attire at graduation; Amid Anchorage budget adjustment, state actions loom large; Former state chief medical officer Jay Butler reflects on career

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, June 7, 2019

PFD rally brings out governor's ardent Mat-Su supporters; Budget deadlock could delay Medicaid payments to health care providers; Could Arctic warming be connected to the dead gray whales in Alaska, and elsewhere? Here's why scientists are asking.; Alaska schools now have more guidance on how to teach science in the classroom; Stricter regulations may affected upcoming gillnetter season in Southeast; Kenai hospitality businesses oppose bed tax plan; Juneau icefield researchers resurrect ‘Gorgon Spire’ — a name nearly lost in obscurity; AK: Meet the Juneau couple who brush their teeth next to history; 49 Voices: Kyra Dushkin of Kenai

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, July 23, 2019

Alaska lawmakers weight two major bills; 2 British Columbia teenagers suspects in 3 deaths along Alaska and Cassiar highways; Mother and daughter found shot to death at Kenai home; Operation “Summer Heat” leads to 42 arrests in Anchorage; Lights out for rural Alaska as the PCE endowment faces endangerment; Juneau’s Glory Hall will cut breakfast, lunch service in response to budget vetoes; USGS scientists say there’s not yet enough information to tie seabird die-offs to toxins; What a drought index of 500 means for Anchorage; Government Hill residents seek to reconnect neighborhood through new trail

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, Sept. 13, 2019

Discussing Alaska as a place to invest this week at a gathering of international of sovereign wealth funds. Also: Military mountaineering with Uzbek soldiers at a northern warfare training center in the Interior.

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, Oct. 29, 2019

Unalaska may declare a state of emergency in the wake of this month's fatal plane crash on the island. Also: Alaska's top environmental regulator responds to a call for action on climate change by the state's leading Native group.

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, Dec. 13, 2019

Disrupted ferry service in Southeast puts school breakfast and lunch at risk. And, why some herring fisherman are not returning to Togiak this year.

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, Jan. 30, 2020

Sen. Murkowski keeps mum on how she'll vote on witnesses and Northwest Arctic Borough students grill superintendent candidates.

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, March 16, 2020

Small businesses across the state adjust to the new reality of customers staying home to avoid social contact amid coronavirus. Meantime, bar and restaurant owners in Anchorage react to the mayor's order to stop dine-in service.

Alaska News Nightly: August 16, 2007

The federal corruption probe of Senator Ted Stevens takes another turn. Plus, it's fishing season in Alaska and that means the rivers and bays...

Alaska News Nightly: November 30, 2009

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Alaska News Nightly: July 19, 2011

‘Gang of Six’ May Break Through Debt Ceiling Stalemate, Legislative Hearing Targets Government Waste, BP Continues Cleanup of Lisburne Drill Site Spill, 2012 Kuskokwim 300 Race Could be Called Off, and more...