Alaska News Nightly: February 10, 2015

Tax Credits, Subsidies Could Be Things Of The Past As Alaska Faces Multi-Billion Dollar Deficit; Lawmakers Weigh Exempting Alaska From Daylight Saving Time; Ethan Berkowitz Enters Anchorage Mayoral Race; Alaska Seeks Delay In Tribal Sovereignty Case; Gov. Walker Pulls Alaska Commission Of Judicial Conduct Nomination; Mat-Su Pursues Waste Solution; Honey Buckets Here For The Long Haul; Brent Sass First Yukon Quest Musher To Reach Dawson; Seabird Decline Could Signal Drop In Ocean Productivity Download Audio

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, Jan. 24, 2017

New legislation could make hiring vets less cumbersome; Boulder on the inside: a pot lawyer grows up fast; More snow means moose move to roads; Troopers investigate Soldotna home invasion, fatal shooting; Seward declares local emergency after heavy snowfall; Heavy snow factors in collapse of 'The Dome' sports complex; Egegik man sentenced for intent to distribute meth; Funding for opioid overdose kits offers "hope" for Alaska's drug epidemic; River otters use latrines as social hubs; Even before leading John McPhee down the Salmon River, Pat Pourchot landed dream job 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: Thursday, March 8, 2018

Trump official says Interior aims to move ‘pretty quickly’ on Arctic Refuge oil development; Sweeney Interior nomination in limbo; State, hospitals seek funds to prevent payment emergency; Trump administration sued over Pacific walrus; For this expat mom, raising healthy girls means going to prison; Rep. Guttenberg taken to hospital for ‘unknown medical emergency’; As Iditarod has changed, so has its relationship with its Native roots, mushers say Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, July 3, 2018

Conoco buys BP's stake in Alaska No. 2 oilfield; Two new wildfires are  fought in Yukon Flats; Alaska CDQ group wants Congress to count heads; Missing backpackers found dead; Stand for Salmon join Bethel group in protesting Donlin Mine; State officials tour  Yukon River communities, talking salmon; Head of Iditarod drug testing resigns; Wildlife get 3,000 more acres creating corridor on Afognak Island; Coast Guard moves north for 'Arctic Shield' 2018; North Pole moves ahead with water project; Mount Marathon racers: David Norris Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, Nov. 8, 2018

Dunleavy names Alaska Republican chairman as his chief of staff; House member named as next speaker lacks votes he needs to be elected; Trump administration downsizes NPR-A lease sale after little interest last year; As more ballots are counted, Kreiss-Tomkins opens lead in House race; Sitkans tell Roadless Rule committee that best action is 'no action'; Fall whaling in Utqiaġvik: joy, excitement and this year, mourning too; Nine thousand-year-old tooth holds clues to ancient Alaska; At Anchorage library open mic, teen performers take center stage Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, Jan. 9, 2019

Young considers crossing aisle as shutdown grinds on; Furloughed U.S. Forest Service workers feel uncertain about the future; Pebble EIS delayed, but not by federal shutdown, says Army Corps; Fairbanks teen charged in fatal stabbing of older brother; Alaska port official charged with trying to drown daughter; Anchorage School Board member Dave Donley appointed to Dunleavy administration, remains on board; New salmon-counting technique treats Alaska stream like a crime scene; Grant program aims to cultivate specialty crops across Alaska; Fairbanks’ famously severe cold snaps are getting less cold and more rare; Alaska Made: Tonkin cane, silver spoons and the ultimate fly rod

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, Feb. 21, 2019

Ferry system stops selling tickets amidst uncertain future; ASRC, after backing Dunleavy’s campaign, blasts his oil tax redistribution plan; Sullivan: Trump’s emergency ‘probably legal’ but unneeded; Judge denies Sitka Tribe of Alaska’s request for injunction; UA president highlights severity of budget cuts to Senate Finance; Senate bill would require UA regents to keep Legislature up to date on program accreditation; Anchorage advocate Ed Wesley reflects on civil rights struggles in Alaska; Why a wilderness lodge in the middle of nowhere became a magnet for mushers

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, April 5, 2019

Lawmakers wrestle with the state plans to privatize the Alaska Psychiatric Institute; Ballot initiative to move Alaska Legislature’s meetings clears early hurdle; Alaska Democrats look to swap caucuses with primary for 2020; Pebble backs lawsuit to halt Bristol Bay seafood association's funding for anti-mine groups; Former Gov. Bill Walker lands at political ally's law firm; A New York Times reporter discusses his story revealing the ANWR test well was ‘worthless’ ; State of Alaska petitions federal government to delist Arctic ringed seals under the Endangered Species Act; Southeast Alaska researchers get rare opportunity to study a sperm whale; AK: Know the risks before you visit Mendenhall Glacier’s newest ice cave; 49 Voices: Benjamin Agimuk of Bethel

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, May 20, 2019

From Texas to Colorado to Scotland, ANWR drilling opponents take their case to CEOs; State to ship water to Yakutat following PFAS contamination at well; Negotiations over Alaska Tribal Child Welfare Compact break down between state and tribes; Pink salmon fisherman still waiting for federal relief funding after season disaster; Alaska man given Coast Guard medal years after girl's rescue; Two bridges named after fallen Interior State Troopers; Scientists find 1,800-year-old footprint near Fairbanks; Author, radio host honored as Alaska’s ‘Distinguished Artist’ for 2019
The Nike Site Summit after recent demolition of the battery building. Photo courtesy of Friends of the Nike Site Summit.

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, July 4, 2019

Montana Creek Fire update for July 4th, 2019; House speaker, Interior lawmakers lay out case for overriding governor’s budget cuts; 40 years after closure, volunteers restore historic Cold War site; Mount Marathon Race participants decide whether to run as smoke lingers in Seward; In Portage, business boom follows glacial recession; Honoring the Stars and Stripes

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, Aug. 26, 2019

McKinley Fire close to 50 percent contained, evacuation levels lowered; 'Do they know that it's that bad?' Drivers describe 'hellfire' on Sterling Highway Sunday; Kennicott rescues boat passengers in Canada’s Inside Passage; Dunleavy sends letter encouraging potential Pebble investor; Rockslide blocks Pogo mine entrance; Water shortage looms in Chignik Lagoon; Dunleavy appoints 2 new members to human rights commission; In Alaska, Education Secretary DeVos touts alternative schooling agenda; Veteran musher Jim Lanier denied entry into 2020 Iditarod; Southeast Alaska’s summer chums returned much lower than expected; Elim residents ride on new roads; Kawerak says they’ll improve quality of life

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, Oct. 9, 2019

Anchorage police say evidence against a man jailed in a murder includes photos and videos of the killing. Also: The state Supreme Court hears arguments in a lawsuit by Alaskan youth suing the state.

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, Nov. 22, 2019

The Dunleavy Administration is defending how it spent federal grant funds as it was working with the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture to consider a rollback of the Roadless Rule in the Tongass after two Democratic members of Congress requested an investigation. Plus: Actor Mark Ruffalo draws attention to PFAS water contamination with a new film.

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, Jan. 10, 2020

A judge allows the campaign to recall Governor Dunleavy to go forward. Plus: are engine block heaters worth it for your car and the environment?

Alaska News Nightly: July 11, 2007

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Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, Apr. 21, 2016

36-year-old man found dead in Anchorage jail; lawmakers invite Walker to discuss budget, primarily Permanent Fund drawings; Trans-Alaska Pipeline up and running after tank fire the previous day; ConocoPhillips to add wells at CD5 site in Alpine Field; Emmonak public safety official arrested for pointing gun at residents; community organization prevents child neglect through social networks; UAF involved in new project in climate change and wildfire studies; “It Just Didn’t Work”: Legacy of botched project haunts port’s future; Haines bear mauling victim was attacked by brown bear; Egegik incinerator burns down Download Audio

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: Wednesday, Dec. 30, 2015

Rep. Hawker won't seek re-election; Russian icebreaker makes record-setting Arctic voyage; Fairbanks marijuana club treads carefully forward; About 7,700 Alaskans have enrolled in expanded Medicaid; Alaska school districts advised to adopt transgender policies; Behavioral health the focus of Mat-Su grants; Holy Bible translated into modern Yup'ik; Former Juneau mayor Jamie Parsons dies at 74 Download Audio