Alaska News Nightly: April 11, 2012

Governor May Call Special Session, Senate Passes Capital Projects Budget, Sea Ice Slowly Beginning To Recede, State Rep. Sharon Cissna Will Run Against Rep. Don Young, Anchorage Assembly Votes Against Independent Council To Investigate Election, USCG Crewman Gives Account Of Ghost Ship Sinking, North Slope Accident Kills Doyon Drilling Worker, Senate Passes Immunization Program Bill, House Approves Knik Arm Crossing Fund, Unofficial Election Results Indicate Approval Of Nome Annexation Of Nushagak Fishery

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, June 8, 2015

North Pacific Council Cuts Bycatch Caps; Critics Say It’s Not Enough; Governor's Weekend Think Tank Hits on PFD, Tax Structure; Sen. Sullivan Moves D.C. Office to Hart Building; Army Combat Camp Focuses on New-School Techniques; Innovative Program Brings Dental Care to Underserved Alaskans; Homeless Teens Find Help at 'My House'; Juneau Symphony Names Troy Quinn its Newest Conductor Download Audio:

Alaska News Nightly: August 28, 2008

A woman has been mauled by a bear in Gates of the Artic National Park. At the same time, the Democrat primary race in...
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Alaska News Nightly: Monday, June 28, 2021

The Alaska House votes to avert a government shutdown. And, remembering unconventional Alaska senator Mike Gravel. Plus, are more mosquitoes buzzing around this year than normal?

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, Oct. 5, 2018

In preliminary vote, Murkowski is sole Republican 'no' vote on advancing Kavanaugh; Three-way race for governor complicates campaign strategies; Key Alaska seafood products dropped from list of Chinese tariffs; Former ADN owner reaches settlement in bankruptcy case; Katmai kicks off 'Fat Bear Week,' polls are open ; AK: Lt. Gov. Mallott remembers John Active’s contributions to language revitalization; 49 Voices: Steve Henrikson of Juneau Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: December 30, 2008

The Alyeska pipeline reopens after an overnight shutdown.  The State gets Federal funds to stave off the foreclosure crisis.  Also, Gang-related violence ebbs in...

Alaska News Nightly: August 15, 2013

Alaska Republicans Worry Of Shutdown Fallout; ‘Navigators’ To Help Alaskans Learn To Use Health Care Marketplaces; Unalaska Women Miss Out On Mammograms; Rare ‘Red Lightning’ Garners National Attention; Medevac Insurer May Get License Back; Tenakee Residents Search For Way To Reopen School; Bethel Tundra Tram Project Is Complete Download Audio

Alaska News Nightly: May 6, 2010

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Alaska News Nightly: March 31, 2009

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Alaska News Nightly: March 20, 2009

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Alaska News Nightly: June 20, 2008

Governor Palin proposes $1,200 energy assistance checks for Alaskans. Also, Shell decides against offshore test drilling in the Beaufort Sea this...

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, May 23, 2016

Lawmakers have rather slow, short first day of special session; cost for day one of special Legislative session: $520,000; BP announces sale of midtown Anchorage building; UAF works to reduce rural energy costs; Yukon king salmon run predicted to be weaker than average this year; Juneau breaks ground on its new homeless housing initiative; leaner ferry budget could lead to selling of ferry Taku; navigating race as a family Download Audio

Alaska News Nightly: November 6, 2009

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Alaska News Nightly: April 24, 2013

Work To Move Forward On Susitna-Watana Dam; Anchorage School District Dissolving Girls Hockey Program; Senators Dine With President, Enjoy Alaska’s Finest; Greenpeace Searching For Arctic Whistleblowers; Alaska Villages Cope With Treated-Water Shortages; Coastal Caucus Gives Rural Senators More Clout; Autopsy Leaves Unanswered Questions In Fairbanks Man’s Death; Students ‘Resilient’ In The Fight Against Meth; First Cruisers Of Season Find Kodiak ‘Courteous’; Audio Postcard: Ninja Captures Mooing Rhinos Download Audio

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, Oct. 14, 2019

Rumors of a school shooting prompt tough conversations in Bethel. Also: Getting to a new shelter in Juneau might get harder for those trying to come in out of the cold. And a polar bear at the Alaska Zoo passes away at 19.

Alaska News Nightly: October 25, 2007

BP has agreed to pay $20 million in fines for actions -- and inactions -- related to last year's oil pipeline spill on the...

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, March 18, 2019

Green New Deal? Murkowski says no, opts for middle way on climate; State report confirms troubles with handling violence at state's only psychiatric hospital; Republicans leave school budget subcommittee in protest over process; State forecasts higher oil prices, lower production in spring update; Ft. Wainwright soldier dies in wreck off Parks Highway; Scientists question whether Fish and Game’s massive hatchery salmon study is biased; Court rules against Klukwan, conservation groups in permitting lawsuit; Alaska lawmakers learn about a subsistence superfood; New UAF research may be groundbreaking for electronic data storage; Lead facilitator of Anchorage youth leadership program to retire after 22 years

Alaska News Nightly: September 22, 2011

Former AEWC Executive Charged With Embezzlement, Subsistence Bowhead Whale Quota Under Review, Public Comment Period for ANWR Plan Extended to November, Army Reports Second Stryker Death This Week, Six Groups Under Consideration for Designing, Managing of Knik Arm Bridge, Freshwater Seals Subject of Study Outlined at Fisheries Symposium, Petersburg and Wrangell Considered for New Mill Site, Memorial Service, Potlach Held to Honor Athabascan Elder
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Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, November 4, 2020

Despite thousands of ballots still to count, Alaska candidates and campaigns are ready to predict winners and losers. And, Senator Sullivan is not backing President Trump's false claim to victory. Plus, the Anchorage School District continues the debate over reopening classrooms.

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Interior Department officials visit North Slope to talk ANWR; Sullivan knocks Trump tariff as bad for Alaska; Lawmakers add funding for public defenders; Recall election fails to oust Unalaska’s mayor; Army tanker truck wrecks, spills fuel near Harding Lake; New dog doping drama emerges on the Iditarod trail; Seavey reaches Takotna first, declares 24-hour layover; New documentary highlights mismanagement of Native trust money by feds; Scientists don’t know why ice seals are appearing in ice-free Unalaska Listen now