Alaska News Nightly: August 16, 2012

Environmental Groups Ask For Further Study Of Chukchi Sea Coral; New State Forest Proposed In Susitna Valley; Alaska Schools Waiting To Be Excused From ‘No Child Left Behind’; Robots Offer New Medical Care Options In Remote Communities; Voice of ‘Pocahontas’ Launching Film Production Company In Anchorage; Berries, Trash Blamed For Bear Problems On Popular Fairbanks Trail; Forest Service Seeks Information About Stolen Cedar Planks For Trail Project; Artist In Residence Sets Gates of the Arctic to Music

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, August 8, 2014

Project Chariot - A Nuclear Legacy in Point Hope; With Capitol Renovations on Schedule, Contractors Get More Work; Early Tests Show B.C. Tailings Spillwater Is 'Safe'; Westward Plant Workers Face Air Pollution Charges; New Geotags May Shed Light on Auklet Migrations; Fairbanks Fimmaker Rolls Out Plans For Yup'ik Themed Movie; AK: Farming Off the Grid; 300 Villages: Port Lions Listen now:

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, August 25, 2016

Following hold on previous administrative order, CFEC to keep most of its functions; report ponders future of University of Alaska athletics; former Bethel PO Andrew Reid sentenced; victim's sister speaks up about lasting trauma; grounded by fog, would-be travelers watch Huna Tribal House festivities from afar; Kenai Borough Assembly keeps invocation, hears from deeply divided residents; police funding concerns intertwine with Fairbanks mayoral race; Alaska State Fair kicks off its 80th birthday in Palmer Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, June 23, 2017

What's next for the legislature after narrowly avoiding a shutdown?; Ombudsman reports show failures at OCS; No answers for low Kuskokwim king run; Yukon salmon runs offering opportunities for harvest; Paddler sought life off the beaten path, respite from ‘paying to live’; AK: How do you grow a zoo in Anchorage?; 49 Voices: Nanne Boorgeart of Anchorage Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, Dec. 11, 2017

With 35th homicide this year, Anchorage hits an all-time high; Warning from left: Deficit could eat Alaska's ANWR money; Canada rejects transboundary mine permit protest; AIDEA board OKs sale of Pentex to Interior Gas Utility; GOA Pacific cod allocations hacked 80 percent after massive stock decline; Staggeringly low forecasts for king salmon in the Stikine; Reaching out to youth where they are; Does Sitka’s Baranov statue impress or oppress? Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, April 16, 2018

Independent challenger raising competitive amounts to unseat Don Young; Alaska House and Senate pass dueling school funding plans; Capitol rally calls for more funding to support STEAM education in Alaska; ConocoPhillips announces three new oil discoveries on the North Slope; At USACE scoping meetings in Iliamna Lake region, locals express concerns about Pebble; Court hears arguments in suit over borough invocation policy; Bethel fire chief says BIA building could burn for up to two days; Thousands of quakes hit Alaska since January's major shake; Ted Stevens International Airport ranked fifth busiest hub for air cargo; Nicolas Petit claims decisive win in 2018 Kobuk 440; John Oliver offers movie memorabilia to Anchorage Blockbuster Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, Aug. 9, 2018

Anchorage candidates vie for progressive bona fides ahead of primary; Alaskans may soon be able to finance energy improvements through their utility bills; Senator Sullivan holds discussions along Y-K Delta; Anchorage School District may have new school start times for students; New power plant will keep lights on in Togiak; Hundreds of dying seabirds found in Bering and Chukchi seas; With king restrictions, Wrangell tries out new Coho derby; Drag show brings gender play to Sitka Listen now

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: 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: Wednesday, March 6, 2019

For decades, the government stood between the Unangan people and the seals they subsist on. Now, that’s changing. ; Keith Miller, Alaska's third governor, dies at 94; Don Young: 46 years in an office he never expected to win; Alaskans split on Dunleavy PFD repayment plan; Dunleavy budget faces criticism at Alaska Native forum; State labor economist says state policies have affected recession length; EPA report shows increased chemical releases at Red Dog Mine, state pushes back; Trail stories unfold as musher begin to take 24-hour breaks in Takotna

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: Friday, May 31, 2019

Suspect in village fatal shooting makes self-defense claim; Attorney General Barr says 'very basics of public safety are lacking in the villages'; Pilot dies in crash of experimental airplane near Wasilla; NTSB releases preliminary report for Metlakatla floatplane crash; UAF relocating long-standing reindeer herd off campus farm; Federal researchers open formal investigation into gray whale deaths, including Alaska's; Dunleavy taps former aide for vacant Board of Fish seat; Searchers work to recover Napaskiak man who drowned in Kuskokwim River; AK: Silver-haired Haines athletes go for gold; 49 Voices: Shane Baldwin of St. Paul

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, July 16th, 2019

Alaska Legislature sues governor over validity of school funding law; As University of Alaska faces uncertain financial future, officials focus on supporting current students; Lawmakers here from constituents at Wasilla LIO; Draft ferry schedule shows long gaps in service to coastal communities; Effort to recall Gov. Mike Dunleavy working to coalesce around legal grounds; Meet the Trump administration official whose signature could formally open ANWR to drilling ; Young votes against condemning Trump for racist tweets; Galvin tries again to unseat Young; Containment efforts keep Swan Lake Fire away from communities

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, Sept. 6, 2019

A new pool of warm water in the Pacific brings back memories of the blob. Plus, climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe wants Alaskans to talk more about global warming.

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, Oct. 22, 2019

The proposed Pebble Mine's backers spent more than $1 million dollars this year to lobby Congress. Also: A judge orders the state to stop housing psychiatric patients in jails.

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, Dec. 6, 2019

A looming state budget proposal deadline is challenged by a low revenue forecast. Plus: A new timber sale helps the school in Tok stay warm.

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, Jan. 23, 2020

Debate over the PFD fractures the Senate Majority caucus and the recall Dunleavy campaign resumes after an accidental delay.

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, March 9, 2020

Governor Dunleavy tries to reassure Alaskans as the coronavirus upends the global economy. Plus: Training dogs as a rookie Iditarod musher. And, a Wrangell basketball player finally gets a chance to play after spending years on the bench.

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, April 21, 2020

Bristol Bay communities face balancing health concerns with a lucrative fishing season. Plus: an Anchorage toy store owner provides distractions during tough times. And, Bethel's close-knit community turns to videochats during a time of social distancing.

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, June 5, 2020

The state prepares for out of state travelers arriving with proof that they're COVID free. And, some fear a planned protest in Palmer could turn violent. Plus: child care advocates in Alaska push for funding and reform.