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Senators stick by Trump, but how close?; ConocoPhillips still struggling globally, but profitable in Alaska; North Slope oil companies ask lawmakers for stable tax laws; Legislators weigh a potential spending cap; Whale Pass vote certified, voters OK new city on Prince of Wales Island; To counter cuts, Anchorage weighs unified snow plow plan; Alaska Marijuana Control Board nixes on-site consumption; Refugee art show highlights local stories of people impacted by the ban; Following travel ban, an Anchorage lawyer may have less family at his wedding Listen now

Legislative session kicks of with hope for productivity in House; Three finalists up for consideration to fill vacant Alaska Senate seat; Economist sees big role for U.S. oil, LNG but finds hurdles in Arctic; AK Attorney General asks Congress to open banking for pot businesses; Anchorage jail secretly, accidentally recorded attorney-client conversations; Knowles quits National Parks panel, says new administration won't listen; Petit takes 1st in Copper Basin 300; Shrimp decline causes concern, restrictions; Known for Denali winter ascent, Dupre now in for another chilly climb; Ask A Climatologist: What's up with that record January heat in Southeast? Listen now

Transitions in gas line team as state takes charge of project; Longtime private-sector engineer to head state’s oil and gas division; New House majority names slate of chairpersons; Veteran Town hall to be held in Palmer; Budget cuts leave some Alaskans chilly this winter; University of Alaska takes sports off the budget chopping block; Juneau Police Department to outfit 40 officers with body cameras; Retail marijuana sales in Juneau could begin this month; Trial of Kavairlook murder suspects postponed until January; New online service aims to ease commutes, encourage alternative transportation; High-level U.S., Canadian military chiefs meet again to confer on Arctic training, operations; Through a student lens: Films focus on place, culture and climate change Listen Now

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New head of Federal Subsistence Board says local voices are essential; Anchorage teacher surprised with national award; 4 percent: Anchorage may get a sales tax; Ferry study recommends changes; North Slope schools expand curricula to ‘reflect ideologies of the Inupiat’; AWARE program expands to combat sexual assault at UAS; Two Athabascan men join Standing Rock protest; Group sues over lack of info in Alaska Railroad LNG project; Alaska DOT sees higher car crash fatalities Listen Now

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Exploratory Shale Wells Coming Within A Month; State Takes Feedback On Student Achievement Standards; UAF Could Get Funds For New Engineering Building; Election Commission Makes Recommendations For Muni Election Problems; Portion Of ‘Violence Against Women Act’ Upsets Alaska Tribal Advocates; Organization Pushes For Changes In Sea Otter Management; UA To Get New Super Computer; Group To Renovate Northwest Alaska Boys And Girls Clubs

Alaskans say feds shirk ANILCA's 'no more' pledge; State OKs another year of LNG pursuit, Oil companies yet to weigh in; Waiting to go home, but tied to Anchorage; Troopers establish violent crimes unit in Bethel; Proposed fuel tax revenue may help buoy rural airports; Chilkat robe saved from eBay sale back in Southeast; Exchange student from Cameroon visits Russian Orthodox community Download Audio

State considers major changes to Alaska LNG project; rating agencies warn Alaska: we're watching you; benefits bill for law enforcement, firefighters' survivors falls short; Tesoro gives up terminal to avoid antitrust case over gasoline; three-day long ceremony marks consecration of first Buddhist temple in Alaska; Northwest Passage cruise marks turning point in Arctic tourism; driver charged with manslaughter in fatal Aleutians crash; Park Service pushes for more Native representation in top-level jobs Download Audio

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State Releases Final Batch of Palin Emails, Sen. Murkowski Addresses State Legislature, Murkowski Talks About State’s Energy Issues, High Heating Costs Plague Bethel, New UAF Lab Enables Power Generation Testing, Destination of X-Band Radar Unclear, Fisheries Board Takes Up Southeast Allocation Issues, Grants Available For Imagination Libraries, Climbers Come Together For Alaska Ice Climbing Festival, Fur Rondy Starts Friday

EPA Administrator Visits Portage Glacier. Poll Shows Wide Fears Of Pebble Mine. Arctic Councils Test The Waters In Unalaska. Tribal Summit On Suicide Problem Wraps Up In Anchorage. Wrangell Residents Want New Hospital. Wasilla Woman Indicted For Fraud. Cancelation Of Celebrity Cruises Will Impact Local Businesses. Paddleboarders Find Unique Way To Experience Juneau. Listen Now

Tonight in Alaska news... Alaska Natives and environmental groups have filed a lawsuit against Chukchi leases. Also, candidates for congressional offices have to...

State's new top general back in Alaska for the third time; One Alaskan’s quest to transform how we clean up oil spills; Sockeye fire trial starts tomorrow; Jilkaat Kwaan Cultural Heritage Center opens in Klukwan; Satellite tags offer rare glimpse into harbor seal life; Officials ban trailers for carrying dogs in Iditarod; UAA men claim seventh place in Great Alaska Shootout; Kenaitze Tribe promotes traditional values through Moose Camp Listen Now

FAA Reauthorization Passes Major Hurdle, EPA Investigating Fairbanks Coal Power Plant, Two Sentenced To 104 Years In Killing Of Hooper Bay Man, Lawmakers Hear About Coastal Management Initiative, Legislators Discuss DNR Mission Statement Change, UAA Gets Funding For Corrosion And Mechanical Integrity Lab, Judge Issues Preliminary Injunction Against Sheraton Hotel Operator, Yukon Quest Leaders Leave Circle

Eagle Residents Prepare As Breakup Draws Near; Energy Providers Gather To Discuss Costs; Saudi Arabia’s Oil Minister Welcomes U.S. Energy Bounty; Anchorage Denies AO37 Referendum, Next Stop, Court; New Film Covers Former Governor Wally Hickel; Fairbanks Utility Applies To State For Service Area; Alaska Cultural Connections: Whaling
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Alaskans volunteer to help victims of flooding in Texas; Soldotna retailer sentenced for illegal sales of synthetic marijuana; Marijuana tax revenue trended higher in July; New plan for air quality in Fairbanks gets EPA approval; Wind farm owner takes utility to court over purchase refusal; Alaska student tests show dismal results; Legislation signed into law aims to boost vocational opportunities; Local officials worry about rockslide potential near busy Skagway port; Self taught 18 year old student fluent in multiple languages; Return of Chilkat robe celebrated by southeast tribes

Palin for VA? She seems eager; ACLU sues state on abortion regs; Murkowski deals with legislation involving guns and marijuana; Fairbanks looks to transform school day; Alaska fire crews battling blazes in Southeast U.S.; Ask a Climatologist: Bitter cold makes a comeback in Alaska; Police still searching for missing Palmer teen; Modern ‘warriors’ protect language, water, subsistence, families; Alaskan seeks to document bringing DeLorean "Back to Alaska" Listen Now

Rep. Gruenberg dies in Juneau; Neff wins Yukon Quest; Murkowski hearing features energy secretary; UAF's Walsh honored; Bethel fire department wants more positions; EPA recognizes Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium; Ketchikan's safe homes group has been on probation. Download Audio