Man Charged In Deaths Of 2 Anchorage Teens; Begich Sees Galena Flood Damage; Audit Finds Botched Oversight, Bad Cost Estimates In Port Of Anchorage Project; State Officials Gather For ‘Federal Overreach’ Summit; Caribou Creek Fire Adds To Complex Wildfire Season; In Unalaska, Crossed Wires Trip Up Air Travelers; Kivalina Finally Begins Filling Water Tanks Again; Dillingham All-Tide Dock Partially Reopened; New Teachers Learn About Native Culture Before School Starts Download Audio
Lawmakers Begin Releasing Prefiled Bills; Halcro Files Letter Of Intent In Anchorage Mayor's Race; Juneau Resident In Paris During Attack On Charlie Hebdo Magazine; Mat-Su Borough Seeks Railroad Funds; Blue Crest Plans New Onshore Wells, LNG Shipments; Alaska Skiers Placing Well In National Championships; AK: The Art of Medicine; Essay: The Experience Of An Art Model Download Audio
Procession held in Anchorage for fallen Fairbanks police officer; Mental Health advocates asking Governor to look into actions of Mental Health Trust; New Mat-Su flood mapping system more accurate; Sea Life Center receives grant; Plot to attack HAARP facility in Gakona stopped by Georgia police; Driest October on record in Fairbanks; Hughes, Hale vie for Senate F; Alaskan gulls carry drug-resistant E. coli; Salmon fishing in St. Paul: Building a new subsistence resource Listen Now
U.S. senators: Same state, same party, not same page; State lets Conoco expand North Slope unit, but with conditions; State budget cuts hitting Interior’s main public media company; Egan calls for criminal justice bill, income tax; Alaska men sentenced in musk oxen poaching case; Mandated reporting of prescribed controlled substances begins in Alaska; No charges filed in Mount Polley mine disaster; AK: Southeast researchers are keeping up with the humpbacks; 49 Voices: Phil Runkle of Nicolai Listen now
Four decisions in three weeks: How Trump is transforming Alaska; Interview: How fast-moving Trump administration policies for Alaska took shape; Walker plans to meet House nominees before making pick; To invest or not to invest? For Alaska's Permanent Fund Corp. that is the question; Alaska Sam's Club stores to close; Eastern Interior wolf kills to end in spring; Alaska's lone, longtime congressman has challenger in Alyse Galvin; A flurry of private donations for Sitka's historic cathedral. Listen now
Plan to draw from permanent fund is silent on PFDs; Bethel voters to decide whether or not to keep legal alcohol sales; Calista director Colonel Wayne Don denies allegations against him; More than 300 Alaska-based paratroopers to return home this weekend; State wants public input on how to spend Volkswagen settlement money; Kuskowkim River remains jammed as community eagerly awaits breakup; Survival of first Alaskans linked to breast milk; UAF signs deal with New Mexico-based lab for future Arctic projects; Wolves are eating sea otters near Gustavus. What does that mean for the deer?; Hoonah microbrewery gets new owners and location, but will offer familiar tastes Listen now
Juneau’s cruise passenger fee lawsuit heads toward trial; For methane researcher, golf course bubbles are a first; Courthouse attack won’t lead to more officers, but may increase vigilance; Local SAR reins in search for Stacey Hoagland while troopers gather more information; Calista denies wrongdoing in sexual harassment lawsuit; Former youth hockey treasurer sentenced for embezzlement; GVEA declares Healy 2 power plant operational; Alaska Native organizations receive federal grant for safe and healthy housing; Calls of bear sightings are up around Juneau. But why? Listen now
A week after the Anchorage earthquake, city continues to find damaged homes; Chugiak High prepares to receive 600 new Gruening middle schoolers; Military officials unveil damage from powerful quake; Hilcorp: Worker 'fatally injured' on North Slope; Dunleavy quietly rolls out Office of Management and Budget appointments; Central Gulf of Alaska halibut charters may face more closures; Hydro One’s Avista merger unraveling over Ontario’s political meddling; AK: Fundraising and promoting Two-Spirit inclusivity with Indigenous drag show; 49 Voices: Paul Brown III of Noorvik
Search continues for missing medevac plane near Kake; Death of Coast Guard member sparks investigation in Unalaska; Dunleavy proposes constitutional amendments to enshrine PFDs, require public support for taxes, cap spending; Ferry system would lose millions under proposed Dunleavy budget; Interior delays public comment deadline for ANWR oil leasing; Pebble boosts spending to lobby feds; Rep. Young loses committee chairmanship; Valhalla strip mall closed for biz, even two months after quake; Ask an Economist: Growth and uncertainty for Alaska's cannabis industry; Willow 300 cancelled due to poor trail conditions; Alaska Communications planning to repair, replace slowly toppling telephone poles; Chicago, Midwest deals with Fairbanks-level cold snap
Dunleavy cites public response in veto reversals; Murkowski says federal decision on Tongass and Roadless Rule coming soon; Skiff capsizes from ferry Columbia’s wake in Wrangell Narrows; Army, contractor begin planning to dismantle deactivated Fort Greely nuclear power plant; Dunleavy vetoes funds for Cold Climate Housing Research Center; Curyung Tribe to leave BBAHC; New report shows bear attacks are on the rise; Two decades later, Alaska's H3 says music is sanctuary
Interior delays offshore drilling plan, citing judge's decision; Health commissioner downplays block grant idea; Anchorage hires consultants to review Port of Alaska project; Murkowski asks for longer Pebble comment period; Largest Tongass timber sale in state moving forward; Before, some teens in crisis had to leave their families in Juneau to get help. That’s changing; Emergency response workshop details communication shortfalls in rural Alaska; Juneau forum discusses local impacts of growth in cruise ship tourism; Saturday is Prescription Drug Take Back Day
Senate sends budget without dividends to governor; Interior says no permit needed to take aerial survey of ANWR; Four more charged in Anchorage teen's murder; Army National Guard sergeant drowns in Copper River; Settlement allows Alaska inmate to wear some religious Native regalia; Anchorage mayor defends city response to illegal homeless camps; Will a new policing strategy make a dent in Anchorage's crime?; State labor report shows job gains after 3 years of losses; Military celebrates milestone for radar system under construction at Clear Air Force Station; Community remembers Guardian Flight crew lost in January plane crash; Tularemia side-effect: Hare population cycle makes pets more susceptible to predators
IBU strike shuts down Alaska ferries; State house approves bill to reverse vetoes; It's back: Interior signs new land swap for King Cove road; Anchorage declares a civil emergency over looming cuts; Kenai murder suspect has prior violent crime convictions; Wildfires in Alaska have burned more than 2 million acres; Igiugig's hydropower launch a major step toward independence from diesel; Anchorage raises age to buy tobacco products to 21; Juneau Assembly approves local on-site marijuana consumption; Juneau moves forward with annexation proposal; Western Alaskans concerned about Graphite One project’s impact on subsistence;
Kenai Peninsula teachers call off their strike. Also: The difficult work of helping families recover after wildfire loss.
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.
Disrupted ferry service in Southeast puts school breakfast and lunch at risk. And, why some herring fisherman are not returning to Togiak this year.
Sen. Murkowski keeps mum on how she'll vote on witnesses and Northwest Arctic Borough students grill superintendent candidates.
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.
Why state officials chose a virtual school from Florida over a platform developed in Alaska. Plus: Wildfires slowed tourism on the Kenai Peninsula last year- now businesses are bracing for another tough summer. And, how NOAA scientists are using artificial intelligence to count wildlife populations.
Budgeting during a pandemic, the Dunleavy administration unveils its proposal for the state's next spending plan. And, the Trump administration looks to lease a private icebreaker for the Arctic. Plus, a Tlingit twist on a familiar Christmas tale.