Alaska News Nightly: Friday, Aug. 16, 2019

Group seeking Dunleavy recall isn’t stopping at minimum as it continues to gather signatures; Dunleavy says he won't veto $800K for OWL and homework help programs; Tali Birch Kindred, daughter of deceased state Sen. Birch, takes step toward trying to fill his seat; Heavy rainfall continues in Fairbanks area; Haines water department works to keep water flowing from Lily Lake amid drought; Plans for moving Napakiak school fuel tanks to develop at pace of erosion; Michael Krauss, Alaska linguistics expert, dead at 84; Sanitation is focus as Indian Health Service head tours Wales, Shishmaref; Fort Wainwright begins process of replacing old, increasingly inefficient power plant

Alaska News Nightly: December 4, 2009

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Alaska News Nightly: December 31, 2007

Members of the Senate minority ask Senator Cowdery to resign. Plus, BP settles with the state on an old tax dispute, and a...

Alaska News Nightly: January 28, 2013

Bipartisan Group Working On Immigration Overhaul; Missile-Defense System Contractor Boeing Hails Successful Test Of New ‘Kill Vehicle’; In New Campaign, McDonald’s Plugs Alaskan Pollock; Alaska Plant Tapped As Health Supplement; New Reality Show To Feature Russian Old Believers; A Final Check-Up; ‘Team Beringia’ Competing In K-300 Race; Cold Halts Minn. Man's Denali Solo Climb

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2016

Fed budget includes AK projects; Port Clarence land transferred; presidential race heads to AK in March; Fairbanks woman sentenced; crew maps polar bears; Sass maintains Yukon Quest lead; new SNAP app unveiled; new exhibit highlights AK modern art. Download Audio

Alaska News Nightly: November 19, 2009

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Alaska News Nightly: December 19, 2014

Grand Jury Indicts Man in Alaska Prosecutor's Shooting Death; Walker Considers Delay in Legal Marijuana Sales; University President: Budget Cuts Will Require Downsizing to ‘Core’ Missions; Omnibus Spending Bill Increases Money for Wildfire Management; Coastline Search Leads To First Residents’ Camps; How the Alaska Native Brotherhood Changed Alaska History; Lonnie Dupre Makes Fourth Winter Solo Attempt on Denali; AK: Hockey Homecoming; 300 Villages: Kipnuk Download Audio

Alaska News Nightly: August 22, 2008

A 700-pound brown bear struck by vehicle on busy Anchorage street. Plus, As the summer winds down, and oil and gas prices...

Alaska News Nightly: August 30, 2012

Shell Gets Permission To Begin Chukchi Operations; Eva Creek Wind Farm Nears Completion; Famous Skin Sewer Dies at Over 100; Vandals Destroy Greenhouses, Break Into Reindeer Pens; Western Aleutian Volcano Starts Rumbling; Sitka Looking To Sell Two Vacant Properties; State, Native Corporations Seek Partnerships For Future Arctic Energy

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, April 27, 2018

Legislative leaders aims for session end in days, not weeks; Doctors, hospitals may soon see delays from state in paying Medicaid bills; Oil prices are up, but how long will it last?; Donlin Gold final environmental impact statement released; Former state senator appointed interim Denali Commission head; Northwest Arctic Borough Village Improvement Fund projects being determined; Making a better “hot dog of the sea”; AK: Haines students prepare to display puppets, sets at first Friday; 49 Voices: Carol Waldo of Haines Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: May 20, 2008

A wildfire has broken out on the Kenai Penisula. Also, a new study shows the drug Naltraxone is succeeding in combatting alcoholism in the...

Alaska News Nightly: April 22, 2015

With Legislature In Limbo, Walker Calls For Action On Bills; Sen. Sullivan Adds Amendment To Human Trafficking Bill; Rep. Young Advocating For Transfer Of Air Force Land To Galena; The Blind Spot: Harm Reduction at the Transit Center; Unalaska's Geothermal Hopes Stall Without City Backing; Two Face Felony Charges for Alleged $25,000 Theft from Nome Schools; Bethel Team Envisions Greywater Recycling; PSP: Tribal Partnership Seeks Modern Solution To An Ancient Problem Download Audio

Alaska News Nightly: February 2, 2012

US Attorney’s Office Recommends Reduced Sentence For Fuglvog, Bethel Cab Driver Found Dead, Northern Waters Task Force Report: Opportunities and Challenges , January Sets Cold Records Across State, Bethel Experiences Record Cold, Geological Crack Threatens Haines Homes, Roads, Enstar Sold to AltaGas, Some Customers May Get Refund From Fairbanks Utility, Push For New Information On Old Fairbanks Murder Gains Momentum, Anchorage Receives $13.2 Million To Help Start Small Businesses, Chickaloon Author Releases ‘The Snow Child’

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday July 20, 2016

Reinforcements called in to fight McHugh fire; new OCS study shows inconsistency among workers, lack of training; Anchorage homeless shelters overwhelmed with patrons; Alaska delegates cry 'miscount' as all 28 are tallied for Trump; Sullivan gives Trump-less address to GOP convention; Legislative working group could aim to resolve thorny problems; Hollis French appointed to AOGCC by Walker; North Slope records fall with ‘unprecedented warmth’; St. George takes steps to protect their marine environment; World Eskimo Indian Olympics to be first without beloved 'Big Bob'

Alaska News Nightly: June 7, 2011

Copies of Palin’s Emails Will Be Available to Public, British Ambassador Takes First Trip to Alaska, DOD releases IDs of soldiers killed in Afghanistan, Mountain Sickness Keeps Ranger Patrol Busy, and more...

Alaska News Nightly: December 26, 2007

A 6.5 magnitude earthquake in the Aleutians. Plus, a herd of bison heads to Umnak island and a local chocolatier makes a name...

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, Dec. 21, 2016

PFD lawsuit moves to Alaska Supreme Court; Aleutian volcano erupts; ASRC: Obama acts in our name, ignores our needs; Mike Kelly funeral held; Fairbanks TSA equipment failure solved; Fight continues in Tongass over how to keep logging industry alive; Federal coal mining rule angers operator; Timeline extended for state takeover of Alaska LNG project; Ilisagvik College to expand bachelor degree programs; Ask a Climatologist: Tallying daylight on the darkest day of the year; Waning membership spurs Anchorage ski organization to change tack Listen Now

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, Aug. 22, 2017

Sunday killing marks 2 dozen Anchorage homicides in 2017; Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority moves to clear Juneau homeless camp; Mental Health Trust leaders resign while organization undergoes special audit; New Pebble advisory committee meets indoors, while mine protesters gather outside; Feds review annual whaling quotas for Alaska Native hunters; How oyster milkshakes and teamwork are getting Alaska’s shellfish safely to market; Ketchikan floods cause some damage, have fish swimming on roads; Scientists look into declining Steller sea lion numbers; Another mine opens close to the Alaska border; How could getting rid of for-profit medical insurance save the country money? Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, Feb. 28, 2019

In speech to JBER troops, Trump praises Alaska, military and Dunleavy; North Slope village tribal government sues over ConocoPhillips' drilling plans; Anchorage School District says Dunleavy budget could cut programs to the bare minimum; Federal agency delays final environmental review of Alaska’s gasline project; Southeast hatcheries concerned over drought in the area; Family of St. Mary’s man sues trooper who shot him; Juneau considers proposal to offer more shore power to cruise ships; Students watch as Anchorage high school stage becomes courtroom

Alaska News Nightly: February 3, 2014

Department of Corrections Says Some Calls Between Inmates, Attorneys; Planned Parenthood Tries To Block Abortion Regulation; Trooper’s Helo 1 Crash Still Under Investigation; Board of Fish Discussing Cook Inlet Salmon Issues; Army Seeks ‘Data Gaps’ Over Cleanups At Old Chem/Bio-warfare Site Near Greely; Tongass Democrats Nominate Kiehl, Kito, And Reardon For Kerttula’s Vacant Seat; Commission Rolls Out Arctic Strategy Plan; Stebbins Planning To Fix Long-Standing Problems Using Recovery Funds; Front Of The Pack Shapes Up On Yukon Quest Trail Download Audio