Group Challenging Alaska’s Same-Sex Marriage Ban; Pacific Walruses Removed From Unusual Mortality Event In North Pacific; Panel Discussion Addresses Effects Of British Columbia Mines; Concerns Raised Over Alaska’s Lack Of Standing To Address Canadian Mining; Study Finds No Discernable Impact From Tulsequah Chief Mine Discharge On Fish; Banking Error Delays State Payroll; Juneau Birders Photograph Rare Long-Billed Curlew; Mt. View Community Spruces Up For Spring; Motorcycle Collisions Claim 5 Lives This Year In Southcentral; Blind Climber To Attempt Denali Ascent Download Audio

Senate Passes Oil Tax Bill In Tight Vote; Sally Jewell Breezes Past Energy Committee; Landslide Transforms Mountain Near Matanuska Glacier; New UAA Sports Complex Named ‘Alaska Airlines Center’; Fisheries Board Raises Late-Run Chinook Escapement Goal; Race Marshall Calls Dog Death One Of The Worst Tragedies In Iditarod History; Musher Chooses Unique Route To Kobuk 440 Download Audio

Environmentalists push for listing the walrus under the Endangered Species Act. Plus, the Secretary of the Interior justifies yesterday's Chukchi lease sales. Meanwhile, State...

Fairbanks Rains Bring River Advisories, Congress Faces Busy Schedule After Holiday, APU Students Studying Eklutna Glacier, UAF Student Hopes to Make Olympics Team, Retired Anchorage Cop Fights Child Predators, Two Science "Geeks" Try to Make the Subject More Captivating, Commentary: Leaving for Afghanistan

Shell Calls Off This Year’s Exploratory Drilling Plans For Alaska; Unalaska Copes With Shell’s Decision Not To Drill; Murkowski Pushes To Lift Crude Oil Exports Ban; DOT Works To Dig Out Richardson Highway; UAS Training Takes To Skies Above JBER; Department of Defense Prepares For More Arctic Activity; State Dems Introduce Legislation To Expand Medicare In Alaska; Taku River Tlingit Sue To Stop Tulsequah Mine Download Audio

Employee of Native Corporation Subsidiary Indicted in Kick-back Scheme. Longtime State Employee in DC Resigns Over Partisanship. Murkowski Names New Fisheries Aide. Federal Workers in Alaska Face Uncertain Future. Officials Suggest Sinking Rat Infested Ship. State Settles Rural Education Case. Kodiak Schools Weigh In on NCLB Waivers. Alaska Organizations Win USDA Grants. Anchorage High School Grad Wins Physics Nobel. Juneau Couple Watch Meteor Show. Museum Preserves Knowledge on Local Foods. Correction on SOS story.

New Oil Tax Opponents Offer Alternatives; Alaska Army National Guard Sexual Misconduct Investigation Results In Administrative Charges; Hollis French Pushing To Nix Same-Sex Marriage Ban; Adult Learning Center Offers Educational Opportunities; Measure Calls For Tongass Timber Transfer; Former Trooper Arrested For Sexual Abuse Of Minor; Anchorage Daily News Launches Project Examining Effects Of Alcohol On Alaskans; Legislation Introduced To Protect ‘Public Interest Litigants’; Fairbanks UAV Testing Center Ramps Up Download Audio

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‘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...

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Group Files for Hand Recount; Health Worker Says Repsol Blowout Cause Of Some Respiratory Illness Cases; Officials Suspend Kenai Peninsula Aerial Wolf Hunts; UAA Handing Out First Doctorate Degrees; Final Ft. Wainwright Stryker Soldiers Returning Home; Aviation Show Coming To Alaska; Kids Descend On Quinhagak For ‘Singsperation’

Walker on PFD suit: 'Taking the low road'; employees allege financial misconduct Alaska blood bank; Healy 2 Power plant poised to restart in Golden Valley; a hydro license brings district heating one step closer in Juneau; Anchorage Municipality to see higher costs for housing prisoners; Unalaska cleans up fish oil spill; Burning Basket is an honored Homer tradition; AK: High tunnel greenhouses on the Kenai Peninsula; 49 Voices: Pa Mipajntsuab in Anchorage

Obama slows pace of F35s; scientists find prevalence of algal toxins in the Arctic; Gara: don't let budget cuts fall too heavily on working class, poor; ConocoPhillips plows ahead in NPR-A; agreement expected soon on railroad right of way; Mt. Edgecumbe proud of tradition; Sass running strong in Yukon Quest. Download Audio

Suspected Serial Rapist in Custody; Anchorage Police Discover Badly Beaten Man In Downtown Building; Senators Not Expecting Movement In Gun Control Legislation; 2013 Alaska Permanent Fund Dividend Checks Will Be $900; Walrus Move To Shore In Northwest Alaska; Bethel Group Wants Board Of Fish To Take A Closer Look At Kuskokwim Kings; Thalattosaur Fossil Discovered Near Kake May Be New Species; Court Denies Vic Kohring Appeal; JBER Pays EPA Fine For Hazardous Waste Management Violations; UAA Atwood Chair Encourages More Native People To Become Reporters Download Audio

The FAA shuts down LAB flying service. Plus, the special session takes up a state energy plan, and the Alaska delegation seeks protection for...

Hilcorp shuts down third pipeline in Cook Inlet; Sullivan: Syria strike offers chance to restore U.S. credibility; Cuts to 4-25 reversed, but 1,500 to deploy to Afghanistan; Report: Trump to re-open Arctic waters to oil leasing; Federal judge rules against Wishbone Hill Mine; AK Moose Federation can no longer use federal funds for moose kill response; Narcan saves lives in opioid epidemic but is only first step; Most, but not all, scientists agree that starvation killed hundreds of puffins last year; AK: Attacking avalanches before they strike; 49 Voices: Shawna Rudio of Unalaska Listen now

Arctic Opportunities Hearing Continues Despite Widespread Closures In DC; Rep. Don Young's Homeless Comments Draw Public Ire; Feds Turning Tongass Land Over To Sealaska; Lawmakers Discuss Federal Issues With Pot Legalization; How Will Retreating Glaciers Affect Whales, Seals?; Church, Non-Profit Cooperation Working To Provide Low-Income Housing; Anchorage Police Identify Man Killed At Busy Intersection; Anchorage Museum Exhibit Works To Spark Innovation; Robotics, Spelling, Poetry: Skagway School Expands Academic Extracurriculars Download Audio

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The Kott legislative corruption trial rolls on as a juror is ejected for alleged prosecution bias. Meanwhile Kivalina residents return home after a...

Wielechowski to file suit against Permanent Fund Corp. on Friday; mudslide hits Railroad train near Cantwell; Girdwood leaders urge more speed in police contract talks; details slowly emerge surrounding Kodiak floatplane crash; transboundary mine developer shutting down; will paperwork kill a traditional tattoo revival?; Arctic Sea ice at second lowest level on record; Alaska's Bears: How the understanding of human-bear interactions has changed; save those cans, aluminum recycling returning to Bethel Listen now