Alaska News Nightly: July 31, 2013

House Appropriations Proposes EPA Cuts, Senate Proposes Nothing; Gambell, Savoonga Face Food Shortage; APU’s Eagle Glacier Training Camp Cultivating Olympic Skiers; Gardens at Bragaw to Celebrate Grand Opening; Chugiak Singer-Songwriter Advances In National Competition; Smoking Ban Postponed At AHFC Senior Housing; Photographer Aims To Help Struggling Non-Profits Download Audio

Alaska News Nightly: May 15, 2014

Earmarks: Congress Mulls Return of Practice that Enriched Alaska; Sealaska Reports $35 Million Net Loss Last Year; Oil Tax Referendum Groups Ramp Up Campaigns; How Much Is The Pipeline Worth?; TSA Offering Travelers A Chance To Streamline Security Experience; Clearwater Lodge Burns Down; Working Group Discusses Caribou Decline, Ambler Road; Olympic Aspirations: Training At The Alaska Boxing Academy Download Audio

Alaska News Nightly: January 20, 2009

Many Alaskans flocked to Washington, DC to witness the inauguration of Barak Obama as the nation's 44th President. Plus, the state Legislature opens it's...

Alaska News Nightly: December 16, 2011

Health Care Aides Won’t Strike; Begich Chairs Hearing on Genetically Engineered Salmon; IFQ holder and Fuglvog Boat Operator also Charged for Falsifying Catch Reports; Shell Gets Conditional OK to Explore Chukchi; Parnell’s Budget Excludes Gas Pipeline to Homer; Fairbanks Hotel to Offer Safe Haven for Inebriates; AK: Alaskan Artist Dot Bardarson; and 300 Villages: Brevig Mission

Alaska News Nightly: September 14, 2012

Roundtable Votes to Move Land Exchange Deal Along; Jack-Up Rig May Have Carried Invasive Species With It; APD Policies Reviewed; Anchorage High Wind Warning Lasting Into Monday Morning; Ice Still Delays Shell Arctic Offshore Drilling; Man Accused In Hotel Shootout Arrested And Charged; Record Numbers Expected At 50th Running Of Equinox Marathon; Southeast Agency Looks For More Hydropower Efficiency; AK: Geese; 300 Villages: Northway

Alaska News Nightly: December 4, 2009

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Alaska News Nightly: August 20, 2007

The Alaska Zoo considers relocating Maggie to an elephant rescue facility in California. Plus, a Fairbanks non-profit is looking at developing a hybrid alternative...

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, June 20, 2016

Murkowski, Sullivan vote no on gun limits; legislators respond to Walker's latest special session; more than 200 people work to put out Tetlin River Fire near Tok; a cocktail napkin is at the heart of $1M lawsuit against ADN; FBI: No national security threat in '15 Alaska plane crash; Dillingham woman missing after leaving Juneau treatment center in March; underpaid Alaska contractors bear burden of Buccaneer’s bankruptcy; Kiehl proposes ordinance to outlaw LGBT discrimination in Juneau; first openly gay bishop talks about religion and sexuality Download Audio

Alaska News Nightly: April 7, 2009

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Alaska News Nightly: June 5, 2008

Rats are considered an invasive species in Alaska and now the state is working with coastal communites to keep the animals out. Plus, rising...

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, March 2, 2020

The Recall Dunleavy campaign begins signature gathering. Plus: A senate bill that will commemorate a tragedy moves forward. And, researchers struggle to explain why the Cook Inlet beluga whale population continues to decline.

Alaska News Nightly: September 28, 2010

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Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, March 20, 2018

House holds floor debate on budget; Boom: Gun tax sends $33M to Alaska; State wants to stop billing homeowners for tech support after spills; Rep. Sam Kito III will not seek re-election; Pilot sentenced for 'buzz job' that leaves co-worker severely injured; Halibut quotas for 2018 come in slightly lower than expected; The Cost of Cold: Staying Warm in Sitka; This halibut hook is an innovation for the past, present and future; Ask a Climatologist: The spring equinox doesn’t mark the start of spring Listen now
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Alaska News Nightly: Friday, January 29th, 2021

Alaska's Permanent Fund Corporation holds millions of dollars in GameStop shares. And, a Fairbanks physician shares how the pandemic has affected her work and home life. Plus, water donations trickle in to Tuluksak after the community's washeteria burned down.

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, April 21, 2017

Tugboat carrying over 300 lbs of oil sinks in Sitka; Air pollution violations will cost seafood processing plant $3.2 million; Four men sentenced over 500 hours community service for 2015 walrus killings; Billions in maintenance fees loom as legislature continues to debate budget; Russian planes detected off Alaska 4 times this week; 1,900-acre fire spreads across Northwest Alaska; New study looks at relocating communities affected by climate change; Author tackles conservation and climate change in new book; March for Science to commence this weekend in Anchorage; AK: How to be an Alaskan Ninja Warrior; 49 Voices: Xavior Love of Anchorage Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, Dec. 19, 2017

Long ANWR battle ending quietly; Climate task force begins work – and push-back begins, too; New trial ordered for man convicted in Coast Guard killings; State mandated review of Juneau’s untested sexual assault kits is underway; Mat-Su teacher contract negotiations hit impasse over pay, health insurance; Local athletes hope to represent Juneau at Native Youth Olympics; Preventing problems with exercise for elders Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: March 14, 2011

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Alaska News Nightly: November 13, 2009

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Alaska News Nightly: December 24, 2009

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Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, December 9, 2020

Some local leaders are unhappy with Governor's Dunleavy's reluctance to implement a mask mandate. And, a vote to close a significant portion of Upper Cook Inlet to commercial salmon fishing. Plus, how a Canadian man ended up driving an American family a thousand miles to the border.