Cyber-security firm says Alaska was targeted by Chinese cyber spies; State house candidate faces charges over food stamp benefits; NTSB releases initial report on deadly Alaska Range crash; Lieutenant governor candidate Grunwald was fired at height of National Guard scandal; Political support to play part in jury selection for trial; Democrat hopes to unseat Young with 'Medicare for all' campaign; Alaska marijuana board taking comment on onsite use draft; Alaska Marijuana Control Board fines pot festival organizer; Major oil development planned in NPR-A to get ‘streamlined’ environmental review; In Utqiaġvik, a growing erosion problem may soon outpace local efforts to slow it Listen now
A new study clarifies human’s impact on wolf populations. The U.S. Geological Survey study looks at the affects of hunting, trapping and other human...
Slow-paced session could end with a sprint; Chairman ends meeting after move to advance PFD constitutional amendment; Pebble begins public scoping meetings in Naknek; Valdez woman run over by drunk driver; After Prop 1 vote, groups look to Anchorage ahead of midterm elections; Police arrest suspect, recover stolen ivory from Anchorage antique store; A million airline miles reported stolen from Bethel family clinic; UAF hosts talk by #MeToo founder Tarana Burke; Sealaska Corporation announces multimillion dollar deal to keep trees in the ground; Ferry cancellations cause challenges for Southeast students Listen now
Hawaii Gas Applies For Permit To Import LNG; Big Savings Prompt Alaskans To Seek Health Care Elsewhere; China Takes Custody Of Pirate Fishing Vessel; Fairbanks School Board Approves Licensing Agreement For ‘APPTrack’; State Stomps Spud Sprouts; Judge Considers Bringing Jury Trials To Dillingham; Historic Ketchikan Building Closer To Restoration
First day out: Reconnecting and ordering the perfect eggs at Denny's; Education bill aims to empower states; State: 4 years after Fukushima, no radiation detected in Alaska seafood; Former Bethel officers may still have police certs; In Unalakleet, auction unifies community in low times; Forced to flee: Juneau residents recall arrival as refugees; UAA men's basketball takes 6th at Great Alaska Shootout Download Audio
Opening statements and some wiretaps were heard in Anchorage today in the Pete Kott corruption trial. Plus we explore news of coal, herring, immigrant...
What's in it for Alaska? Here are 6 things in the federal spending bill; Congress poised to approve $15M for village relocation in Alaska; As bridge fix continues, Glenn Highway congestion could go on for days; ACLU sues city of Palmer over alleged unlawful immigrant arrest; State budget largely unchanged after 3 days of amendments; Feds take key step toward approving another Conoco development in NPR-A; Using wood to stay warm in Bethel; What it takes to respond to a mental health crisis Listen now
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The Legislature picks up the pace. Also, a fuel shipment to Nikolski is aborted under high winds, and the Priblilof Islands struggle economically ....
King Cove Road bill passes U.S. House; Trump picks Alaskan for Interior Department post; State, municipalities face higher borrowing costs from falling credit ratings; Initiative to regulate bathrooms likely to appear on Anchorage ballot; Senator David Wilson says he's not running for Lt. Governor, he filed by accident; How Alaska decided to give its oil wealth to everyone in the state; State reverses decision, disallows Yukon king commercial sales; F/V Destination wreckage discovered; Oprah’s short visit to Sitka and lasting impact on fans Listen now
Oil Tax Overhaul May Cost As Much As $5 Billion Per Year; Gov. Parnell Not Concerned About Oil Company Testimony On Tax Changes; Begich Furloughs Staff, Will Return Fraction Of Pay; 4 Men Arrested In Connection With Sexual Assault Of Homeless Teen; Anchorage Election Results Shifts Assembly Makeup; Committee Gives Approval To Start KABATA Fund; Tribal Management Of Fish And Game Sought At Hearing; Chef Merges Native Traditions With Contemporary Cuisine Download Audio
An Illinois climber has died of unknown causes on the summit of Denali. Plus, scientists are growing more and more alarmed about the problem...
EPA Holding Bristol Bay Watershed Draft Assessment Public Comment Hearings; F-16 Squadron Move Would Seriously Affect North Star Borough School District; Remains Repatriated To St. Paul; Group Unhappy With Redistricting Board’s Amended Proclamation Plan; Most Elections Find Challengers As Election Lists Close; Health Care Access Complicates Issues For Expecting Rural Mothers; Y-K Delta Fish Buyer Plans To Market Salmon Outside Alaska; Launching The Trip Of A Lifetime; Aleutian Island’s Unangan Name Restored
Both sides in the campaign to recall Governor Mike Dunleavy will be making their cases tomorrow in front of a Superior Court judge in Anchorage. Plus, campaigners for an initiative to reform Alaska's elections submitted tens of thousands of signatures to the division of elections today.
ASD Talks About School Safety. Governor Parnell Announces 2014 Budget Plan. Legislative Aide Resigns After Ethics Violation. Seniors, Advocates Organize At Anchorage Housing Summit. Kikkan Randall Scores World Cup Career Best At Canmore. Two Rescued After Troller Sinking West Of Wrangell. Low Forecasts For Two Southeast King Salmon Runs. AK: Necropsy. 300 Villages: Manley Hot Spring.
Judge Gleason Confirmed by Senate, Several Clinics Transforming into ‘Medical Homes’, Cleanup Continues in Sitka’s Eliason Harbor, Potentially Explosive Containers Cause Unalaska Shipyard Shut Down, Project Will Replace Pipe at Aging Pump Stations, Group Calls for Protection of Prince of Wales Island Flying Squirrels, Coast Gurd Cutter’s Experience in the Storm, Talkeetna Students Try for World Record
Feds settle class-action lawsuit with tribes for $940M; Bethel attorneys add Outside muscle to class-action suit against GCI; In the arms race of internet speed, GCI pulls ahead; Anchorage anti-discrimination ordinance up for revision; Money in hand, Denali Commission looks where to spend; More than ink: Traditional tattoos roar back in Alaska; Too close for comfort? Chilkoot bears lure tourists; Study: Fast-growing skeeters threaten caribou herds Download Audio
Interceptor Missiles To Increase At Fort Greely; Parnell Administration, Unions Reach Tentative Agreement; Mayor Sullivan Rejects Union Offer; Sled Dog Death In Unalakleet Will Be Investigated; Buccaneer Energy Files Countersuit Against Archer Drilling; Trial Delayed For Kodiak Man Accused In Coast Guard Shootings; AK: The Aurora; 300 Villages: Galena.
ACLU-Alaska Applauds SCOTUS Marriage Decision; Efforts Underway to Recover 9 Plane Crash Victims; Budget Cuts Sideline 3 of Alaska's 11 Ferries; Senator Calls on Governor to Expand Medicaid; How David Holthouse Decided to Out the ‘Bogeyman’; Juneau Soccer Camp Grooms Players for the International Field; AK: The Journey to Bristol Bay's Fishing Grounds; 49 Voices: Will Ross from Anchorage Download Audio
The State Department of Law is looking at price fixing as a possible explanation for why gas still costs so much in Alaska. Plus,...