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Dry weather forecasted throughout much of the state; Fire season kicks off with over a dozen fires statewide; Diomede’s outdated water system recovers only partially after failure; residents make do with snow melt and run-off; University of Alaska seeking people affected by data breach;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: Tuesday, April 10, 2018

Former Planned Parenthood worker rejected for midwives board; Facebook CEO dodges Sullivan's softball; Imprisoned militia leader Schaeffer Cox petitions Supreme Court to review conviction; Trump picks Anchorage attorney for District Court; NTSB releases report on 2017 Hageland Aviation crash; State Senate makes small cut to ferry system budget; University of Alaska extends comment period for proposed timber sale near Haines, Klukwan; John Active retires from KYUK; Building resilience through basketballs and berries Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, March 4, 2019

Trump briefly touts ANWR drilling in CPAC speech; USCG report blames Destination sinking on overloading, outdated stability book; Search team investigates potential piece of missing Guardian Flight plane; Winter storms flood houses in Nunapitchuk and Kotlik; Fairbanks man sentenced for stealing $300K from nonprofit; Report: Alaska construction spending expected to increase; After running out of time for those signed up, state adds two public testimony hearings for budget; At Anchorage hearing, Alaskans protest Dunleavy budget proposal, advocate for income tax; STA requests state Supreme Court reversal on injunction denial; Trooper say 1 dead in Aniak residential fire; Nic Petit takes early lead out of Rainy Pass; This year, about one in five Iditarod mushers is new to the race; Musher Mike Williams Jr. spending this Iditarod at home with family and dogs

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, April 3, 2019

VAWA bill would create limited 'Indian Country' for 5 Alaska tribes; Jurors hear rap song recorded by suspected police shooter; Alaska public defender says he plans to resign; The night a Guardian Flight vanished, the Coast Guard’s nearest helicopters couldn’t fly; Lawmakers amend budget to stop reimbursing municipalities for school bond debt; Aboard Alaska's endangered ferries, passengers fear a "giant step back in time"; At Iliamna Lake hearings, residents speak out on Pebble Mine; Anchorage keeps liberal-leaning Assembly, says no to alcohol tax in initial municipal results

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, May 14, 2019

Search continues for those missing from mid-air plane collision near Ketchikan; NTSB: Southeast plane collision happened at about 3,300 feet; As end of regular session approaches, lawmakers in disagreement over crime bills; Unangax cemetery at former WWII internment camp may be added to Funter Bay park; Prosecutors build case around Anchorage man's illegal weapons charges and racist social media; Man dies in Akiachak jail; Chilkat Indian Village of Klukwan and environmental groups appeal decision in mining case; Court system inches forward with years-long upgrade to digital filing system; Court system inches forward with years-long upgrade to digital filing system; Wind, waves hamper efforts to salvage grounded longliner; UAF students propose guidelines for Fairbanks-area climate change response plan

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2019

Alaska State of the State speech a go after House agreement; Republican Talerico falls one vote short of becoming House speaker; Mother of slain Alaska teen appointed chair of parole board; Industry rep says he's being replaced on Alaska marijuana board; Popular well at Dillingham Catholic church closed due to PFAS contamination; USPS scraps plan to make northern Alaska deliveries cheaper; Unalaska council looks at potentially taxing online sales; Students remain frustrated while UAA works to resolve education accreditation debacle; Arctic Man to hold first event without skiers, snowboarders pulled by snow machine; Weather forces change in Yukon Quest format; Tons of food headed for Yukon Quest trail; Sitka High design class marries tradition and technology in student paddle carving project; Wasilla woman reunited with cat that was missing for years

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, Jan. 28, 2016

Moda exits Alaska's individual health insurance market; Railbelt communities consider a business model overhaul; Scientists say murre die-off comparable to Exxon Valdez spill; APD investigates 2 unusual deaths at Point Woronzof; Corrections nominee pledges to stop incarcerating the intoxicated; Police, public health officials unite to combat Spice; Homeless count sheds new light on Alaska needs; Special election announced to recall North Slope mayor; Cyrano's theater honored with Governor's award; Middle Way restauranteur branches into pizza Download Audio

Alaska News Nightly: July 13, 2007

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Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, April 18, 2019

Legislators reject six Dunleavy appointees to boards and commissions; Dunleavy fills second Palmer court seat after delay; Maine governor approves extradition of accused UAF cold case killer to Alaska; Anchorage bust nets heroin, fentanyl totaling 10-plus pounds; Elim without potable water; boil notice issued; As cruise ships grow, more passengers are headed to Alaska; The special ingredient inside these new gluten-free noodles? Fish, from Alaska.; Donlin Gold to begin drilling program; If approved, Fairbanks could have its first female police chief; Ask a Climatologist: The mid-April snow people are seeing is not surprising

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, Feb. 4, 2019

Legislature still at reduced capacity as budget deadline looms; Dunleavy's candidate screening process under scrutiny; Trump's pick for Interior secretary has worked for Alaska and energy industry; Teen arrested after trying to take control of a flight from Napakiak to Bethel; Credit agencies paying close attention to state amid budget discussions; Fairbanks City Council holds additional meetings on anti-discrimination ordinance; Shutdown cripples, but doesn't sink ocean science symposium; Gatt, Moore and Sass in early Yukon Quest lead into Dawson City; Aleknagik boys' basketball team hits the court for the first time in 32 years

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, Feb. 18, 2019

Senators question Dunleavy’s budget proposal; Suspect arrested for 25-year-old murder of UAF student; Industry launches campaign to rid ocean of plastic. Is it for real?; 5 people rescued from life raft after vessel sinks southwest of Unalaska; Ketchikan, Peterburg and Wrangell all low on hydropower; Part of Bering Sea Pacific cod fishery could move toward quota system; UAF to name new coastal research vessel; Fashion faux pas? MLM company LuLaRoe sued in Alaska over sales taxes.; Mushers cap off 2019 Yukon Quest at annual banquet

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Medicaid cuts, while aimed at access, still raise concerns; Hundreds protest in Juneau over Dunleavy's proposed ferry system cuts; Most Alaska military projects spared from border wall fund diversion, DOD says; Federal ruling could hurt Trump ANWR ambitions; As Trump administration contemplates Arctic drilling, North Slope organizations stress need to protect subsistence resources; Three decades after Exxon Valdez oil disaster, Prince William watchdog group remains on alert; After some ups and downs, U.S. halibut market favorable for Alaska fishermen in 2019; Anchorage airport anticipates more passengers this summer; With 20 ships scheduled, Unalaska expects record-setting cruise season

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, April 30, 2019

House committees take different approach on crime bills; Senate bill to change PFD formula advances; Mine opponents ask SEC to investigate Pebble's parent company; Fairbanks joins others in lawsuit against PFAS manufacturers; House Fisheries urges pressure on B.C. over transboundary mining; Trial date set for Sitka herring suit; Sitka Assembly calls for city hiring freeze; Thanks to makeshift driftwood sign, Coast Guard rescues stranded ATV drivers; Pilot study of black-tailed deer underway near Petersburg; Meet the first girls of Juneau Cub Scouts

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: Monday, Feb. 26, 2018

Tweets aside, Sullivan says Trump good for Alaska; Backlog of more than 20,000 seek Medicaid, public assistance; Young suggests guns could've saved Jews during Holocaust; In Western Alaska, there’s water where there should be ice; Archaeology in northern Alaska: a race against the clock; Scientists discover mysterious uranium particle above Aleutian Islands; Dion isn't homeless. This is why it matters.; Athletes give it their all Native Youth Olympics Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, March 5, 2019

Murkowski throws support behind opposing Trump emergency declaration; Dunleavy announces Alaska National Guard deployment along Mexico border; Regulators: Top Dunleavy administration official can't conceal consulting firm's clients; State says BP must prove more Prudhoe Bay wells aren't at risk of 'catastrophic failure'; Von Imhof to Anchorage School Board: Dunleavy 'budget bomb' unlikely, but expect cuts; Fairbanks North Star Borough schools hold budget meeting in lieu of potential cuts; Third lawsuit filed against Sitka Police Department; Prospect of commercial fishing in central Arctic Ocean poses big questions for science; Ulsom passes a resting Petit in McGrath to take lead; Iditarod mushers react to rules reducing max dog team size from 16 to 14; Even trickier parts leading to Nikolai are calmer this year, mushers say

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, April 4, 2019

Rep. Young shoves reporter on way to VAWA vote; Alaska aims to be first state receiving federal Medicaid funding as a block grant; House hears strong public testimony against cutting senior benefits; Man convicted of 2016 murder of Fairbanks officer; Army investigating fatal shooting of soldier during live-fire field-training exercise; Upper Cook Inlet fishermen take issue with Dunleavy Board of Fish appointee; Alaska’s fast ferries are being prepped for sale; For one petroleum engineering student, oil prices change but the dream stays the same; Juneau elementary students to release album of original songs

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Ketchikan tour companies in plane crash both had GPS trackers. So what went wrong?; Legislature works to finish budget on last day of session; Warrant issued for man suspected in Fairbanks woman's death; What the healthcare overhaul at VA means for Alaska vets; Iliamna Natives Limited reaches right-of-way agreement with Pebble; State plan proposes tougher burning controls in Fairbanks; Kathryn Dodge running for mayor of City of Fairbanks; In Utqiaġvik, learning about climate change includes studying your backyard

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, Nov. 29, 2018

Dunleavy retains Michael Johnson as education commissioner; Appeals court rules on decade-old challenge of four Tongass timber sales; Alaska credit union to serve marijuana businesses; New trial date set for man convicted in Coast Guard killings; National report says Alaska Natives, rural Alaskans bear the brunt of climate change; No piped sewer and water for Bethel's Avenues neighborhood; Eielson AFB commander says F-35's will usher new era of combat power; Wrangell removes prayer from public meetings… sort of; Alaska musher banned from Iditarod sled race next year; In Golovin, search continues for missing elder; Pacific High carving class brings serenity to students

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, Jan. 27, 2016

Education commissioner tosses controversial AMP test; New Medicaid reform committee strives for savings; Report: Alaska prisons, justice system need efficacy overhaul; On Kenai, cracked K-Beach Road re-opens to traffic; Spice conference convenes as overdoses in Anchorage persist; UA looks to consolidate programs at major campuses; New arrivals in Kotzebue Sound preying on belugas; American Polar Society honors UAF professor; Yukon Quest racers drop off food, gear for checkpoints; Mongolia looks to Alaska for help handling domestic violence Download Audio