Alaska News Nightly: August 25, 2011

Mora-Lopez Sentenced to Three Months in Prison, $10,000 Fine, Yukon Skipper Dies After Fish Tender Capsizes, Alaska Issues Under Scrutiny in Wake of Fuglvog Incident, Polar Bear Scientist Allowed Back to Work, Officials Address Yupiit School District Problems, Pilots Awarded for Saving Damaged Jet, Residents Respond to Healy Clean Coal Plan Plan

Alaska News Nightly: July 13, 2009

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Alaska News Nightly: Monday, March 8, 2021

Alaska health officials say hundreds of COVID vaccine appointment slots are waiting to be filled. And, with no ceremonial start, the Iditarod kicks off a lot quieter than usual. Plus, two friends from Anchorage win a screenwriting award at Sundance.

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Reported North Korean ICBM test could spell concerns for Alaska; Alaskans take Mt. Marathon top spots; No one injured after one vessel sinks, three beached in big overnight Nushagak fishery; Tulsequah Chief Mine controversy deepens as it courts new investors; Educators come together for annual National Education Association meeting; Eielson reminds pilots to not harass wildlife on training ranges; Unalaska is the nation's eagle attack capital. Why?; How scuba equipment fits into managing Southeast fisheries; A look into the workings of a Nushagak sport fishing camp Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, Feb. 4, 2016

Obama proposes new oil tax; Medicaid decision hangs on a word; Hanley steps down; Hanley's departure comes at critical time for Edgecumbe; Wal-Mart sticking with policy; Kenai wants new school; Smithsonian to explore crashes. Download Audio

Alaska News Nightly: April 3, 2008

The assistant engineer on the Alaska Ranger admits to drinking on the ship. Plus, Senator Stevens calls for moratorium on commercial fishing in...

Alaska News Nightly: February 20, 2012

Coast Guard Admiral Breaks Silence on Crash; House, Senate Working to Increase School Funding; Senate Introduces Energy Voucher Bill; Kanaga Volcano Acting Up; Young Fishermen Exploring Leadership Roles; Crews Thawing Equipment on Rig That Suffered Blowout; Alaska Senators Question Plans to Move Fighters; February Much Warmer than January; Auto Museum Provides Window to an American Passion

Alaska News Nightly: December 7, 2009

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Alaska News Nightly: Monday, July 30, 2018

Whittier police arrest two men with 33-pound bag of meth; Six suspects in custody in connection with North Pole murder; Construction company says its truck didn't drop deadly rock; Alaska House primary has the most candidates in 22 years; Taixtsalda Hill wildfire likely human-caused, officials say; After deadly bear attack, hikers in Eagle River weigh risks; Value of Bristol Bay salmon rises, even as the fish shrink; Halibut dock prices rebound, but upswing may not last; ALASKAbuds signs lease to house Bethel's first cannabis shop; International journalist exchange brings Pakistani reporters to Anchorage TV station Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: June 22, 2011

DNR Declares New Renaissance for Cook Inlet’s Oil and Gas, Ambassadors Visit Alaska to ‘Experience America’, House and Senate in Talks for Coastal Management Special Session, More Shipping Means More Resources Needed for North Alaska, and more...

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, May 25, 2020

The city of Juneau is prepared to spend a million dollars to keep childcare centers open in the city:

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, Jan. 5, 2016

Family suspects Guard scandal at play in pregnant soldier's death; Downtown crash rattles culture of trust in Civil Air Patrol; Walker announces state hiring, travel freeze; S&P downgrades Alaska's credit rating, citing oil prices; Sen. Dunleavey won't challenge Murkowski after all; ESA listing denied for Southeast wolves; Young fishermen's summit courts the next generation; Late scientist's work compiled in new butterfly guide; Big Lake musher running for Kuskokwim 300 win Download Audio

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, Oct. 27, 2017

Payroll tax and crime overhaul on the docket for fourth special legislative session; Legislative pay could suffer cuts; Jury finds man guilty of killing Alaska attorney in 2014; Young Alaskans sue the state, demanding action on climate change; Eighty tons of contested Bristol Bay salmon trashed in Anchorage landfill; Body recovered downstream of Carlanna Lake Dam; UAA names economics lab after Nobel laureate Vernon Smith; AK: The Birdman of Alcatraz's grisly Juneau connection; 49 Voices: Carissa Pearce of Anchorage Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, August 25, 2020

Alaska Attorney General Kevin Clarkson resigns over texts he sent a younger state employee. And, more students in the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta will start school remotely after a spike in covid cases. Plus, the count of a record number of absentee votes began today.

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, Nov. 19, 2015

Alaska delegation to push for 'frankenfish' labeling; Pot board convenes to solidify regs; ABC grants Bethel 2 liquor licenses; Substance abuse, lack of treatment a top Mat-Su health concern; Alaska literary journal dabbles in music artistry; Inupiaq school in Kotz fundraises for Yup’ik sister school; Necropsy elucidates cause of Katmai brown bear death; Alaskan serves up her own brand of backcountry grub Download Audio

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, Aug. 15, 2017

100+ Sitkans attend candlelight vigil for Charlottesville; Anchorage partners with DHS on human trafficking; With F-35 squads set for Eielson, thousands of people may come up with them; Can Alaska Native villagers in the YK Delta get a fair trial?; High levels of wastewater bacteria found at Alaska beaches; Walker signs SB 88, Mental Health Trust land exchange; Prominent musher Joee Redington passes away at 74; Dam protects Fairbanks from another '67 flood; Can sea stars make a comeback in Kachemak Bay? Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2016

Abortion ruling at center justices' retention battle; Alaska’s top oil companies adjusting to low prices; Search continues for downed pilot in Lake Clark National Park; Mushers await release of documentary criticizing the sport; Unlawful 'free samples' postpone Anchorage's first pot shop; 'Guardian of the Golden Gate Bridge' speaks in Anchorage about suicide prevention; Ask a Climatologist: Arctic sea ice at record low for the season; Bering Strait School District unveils Fab Lab course in Unalakleet Listen Now

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, Feb. 2, 2017

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

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, June 20, 2019

Time for Murkowski to take a stand on Pebble? She says not yet.; Dunleavy to lawmakers: PFD formula must be approved by popular vote; Anchorage homelessness problem draws frustration from both sides of issue; Alaska Congress members ask to tap relief funds for seafood; Appellate court rejects Alaskans appeal in Carnival pollution case; Fishing regulations on the Kuskokwim: Do they restrict Yup'ik culture or preserve it?; Following the purchase of Minto Mine, Yukon ore may be shipped from Skagway once again; Alaska Mental Health Trust plans new land use permit, fees; UAF officials say they've got a better idea on completion date of power plant ; As summer travel season begins, Fairbanks airport reminds locals of parking regulations

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, Sept. 28, 2015

Shell pulls out of the Arctic, citing lack of resource; Murkowski calls Shell pull-out a 'kick in the gut'; Anchorage convenes task force to combat human trafficking; Sen. McGuire won't seek re-election in 2016; Buldir Island a 'life changer' for seabird researchers; As ice melts, Arctic opens for cruise ships; DEC to spend $4 million on Wrangell junkyard cleanup; With reservoir low, Kodiak asks citizens to conserve water; EIS forthcoming for proposed Donlin gold mine Download Audio