The state is taking over management of a nursing home in Anchorage where inspectors found dangerous and unsanitary conditions. Plus, the federal government is...

Legislature making little public progress; education bill dies in House; educators debate rural school challenges; NTSB says plane hit eagle before crashing; wildfire spotted near Wasilla; Sitka property hit by landslide taxable; liquor store opens in Sitka; researchers assessing ash over Kodiak

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Individual news stories are posted in the Alaska News category and you can subscribe to APRN’s news feeds via email, podcast and RSS. Download Audio...

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Legislators Urge Governor Walker To Rein In Budget; $1 Million Loan to Buy Sitka Hospital ‘Breathing Room’; Fire Marshals say PATC Fire Cause ‘Undetermined’; Incoming DNR Commissioner Prepares For New Position; AK: Exploding History Download Audio

Criminal justice bill amended to reduce benefits to sex offenders; Senate Finance Committee pulls various bills from hearing; Alaska Air buys Virgin America, and may keep a hint of its bling; Retired EPA ecologist Phil North speaks out; Eielson chosen to base the F-35; avalanche fatality at Summit Lake; State calls off student testing; Seawolves fall to Lubbock Christian in NCAA Division II championship game; Juneau seawater heat pump more than a pipe dream? Download Audio

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Parnell Finalizes Operating and Capital Budgets, Parnell’s Budget Cuts Were Expected, Alaskans Asked for Feedback on Chukchi Oil Spill Impact Plan, Study Show New Details on Declining Oil Throughput in TAPS, and more...

Young, Cissna To Face Off In General Election; Valley Upset Unseats Menard; Davis Leads Crawford With 800 Absentee Ballots Left To Count; Kenai Incumbent Loses To Soldotna Mayor; Barrow’s Ben Nageak Wins House District 40 Race; Coastal Management Issue Likely To Reemerge During Legislative Session; Election Results Impact Alaskans; Homer Bans Plastic Shopping Bags; Tsunami Debris Threatens Marine Life, State Budgets; Alaska Native Leaders Take Cautious Approach To Arctic Development

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Police Confident Remains Belong To Missing Kenai Family; Shell Oil Replaces Pete Slaiby; Sen. Sullivan: Alaska One Family, Obama Not Its Friend; Committee Takes Up Gas Line Board Appointments; State Senators Question Need For Water, Sewer Construction Dollars; USFS Celebrates Big Thorne Decision As Environmental Groups Weight Options; Potential Alaska State Park Cuts Rile Valdez Residents; After 3 Failed Attempts, Freeride Holds Haines Competition; Cindy Abbott Claims 2015 Iditarod Red Lantern Award Download Audio

KSM Mine Wins Environmental Approval From British Columbia Government; SEARHC to Receive $53 Million Settlement from Federal Government; Food Bank Seeks Donations After Spike in Users; In Tok, Some Grumbling Over Electricity Rate Hikes vs. Energy Sustainability; 2015 Yukon Quest Purse Over $127,000; Meetings To Highlight Southeast Transportation Projects; As Budget Deficit Looms, Juneau Assembly Eyes Tax Breaks; Parnell Signs Bill Honoring Late Walter Soboleff; Juneau Turns Out For Downtown Cleanup; Why Does Southeast Alaska Have A Daycare Crisis? Download Audio

Shell Wraps Up Exploratory Arctic Drilling; Environmental Groups Say Drilling Season Was A Failure; Media Scrutiny Of Port Project Puts Officials On The Spot; Mega Storms Likely Tied To Warming Arctic; A Week Before Election, State House Candidates Sharpen Rhetoric; Wood Energy Conference Takes Place In Fairbanks; Katmai Ash Whipped Up By Strong Winds; Group Wants Input To Improve Sitka’s Downtown; Beware…The Haunted Ship Awaits!; Halloween Story: Chilkoot Zombie Fish

EPA employee numbers limited at Alaska environmental conference; City data on crime, property, health brought online; State coffers won’t cover cost of cleanup if oil companies walk away; Alaska’s infrastructure report card probably not going on the fridge; Real ID cards to be mandatory starting in June; One refugee's story of fleeing war and finding love; Musher suffers dog "expiration" as racers continue Yukon Quest; Ask a Climatologist: What the fog, Anchorage? Listen now

Major western Alaska employer lays off 30; Casualty of care: Ex-Marine grapples with VA system; 2 Alaska newspapers sold to foundation; Juneau to hold March special election for new mayor; Police say drug deal preceded Anchorage shooting deaths; Family looks for answers as Juneau stabbing case grows cold; Senate advances Port Spencer as Arctic port; Researchers say less Arctic sea ice means more precipitation; Southeast electronic duo Whiskey Class premieres new music video; On Kenai, bear management strives for happy medium Download Audio

The State Supreme Court hears arguments on Marijuana criminalization law. Plus, The Legislature considers a bill to move the legislature out of Juneau. And...

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Senate Spokesperson Arrested For DUI After LIO Hit-And-Run; Criminal Justice Commission Gets an Earful in Nome; Tracking State Layoff Notices From the Mailroom to the Mailbox; Regents Nominate Ex-Exec. For UA System President; The Gray Eagle Has Landed... In Fairbanks; Crews Battle 14,000-Acre Fire Near Kalskag; Magnuson-Stevens: Concerns Abound Over Exempting Fisheries Decisions From NEPA; Mat-Su Borough Board Upholds Shooting Range; Ketchikan Welcomes A Canine to Search And Rescue Squad Download Audio:

University of Alaska to update protocol for sexual assault, harassment cases; 1 dead, 7 in hospital after home carbon monoxide poisoning; St. Lawrence Island assistance centers offer state aid for storm repairs; Brent Sass withdraws mushing team from Iditarod; Juneau Assembly bans homeless from sleeping downtown; Students, teachers and extended absences at the Haines School; Pending EPA cuts lead to new junk cleanups in villages; Tlingit woman to represent Alaska at Miss USA pageant Listen now