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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...

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...

Governor Bill Walker faces a potential campaign to recall him from office. Joe Miller backs the effort. He was the runner-up in the 2010 U.S. Senate campaign and 2014 Senate Republican primary. Listen now

Gov. Parnell Calls Special Session To Review Oil Tax Reform; Bills Offer Potential For New Natural Gas Access; Legislation Requires Insurance To Cover Medically Necessary Autism Treatment; Few Details Released On ComSta Kodiak Shootings; Stevens Prosecutor Heads To Private Sector; UA Regents Meet On Kenai Campus; Scientists Anticipate Average Fire Season; Caroline Cannon Wins Goldman Environmental Prize; Holland America Cuts Eagle Tour Route; Budget Includes Funds For Road From Petersburg To Kake; Ken Anderson Wins Kobuk 440

Alaska News Nightly comes to you from Barrow, Alaska tonight, in cooperation with KBRW. Below is the complete story list and audio from today's Alaska...

In U.S. House Race, both claim labor's love; As waters warm, Arctic fish populations change; An increase in students for Skagway's school; Weekend shooting in Fairbanks leaves one dead, two others injured; Tanana road opens; Planning underway for youth court in Juneau; Pre-school Aluttiq Immersion program planned by Kodiak's Sun'aq Tribe; Want to learn Tlingit? Yes, there's an app for that; New photo id cards for Southeast tribe Listen now

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VA: Fix for Choice plan taking longer than expected; Transit Center: Anchorage looks to re-invent its ugly duckling; Ketchikan council votes to ban marijuana sales; Lawmakers on prowl for cheaper digs in Anchorage; State agencies pinch pennies with small-scale furlough; In Juneau, unexpectedly filling a mayor's shoes; AK: After prison, giving back to a community once hurt' 49 Voices: Jane Standifer of Tyonek

Photo by Ellen Lockyer, KSKA - Anchorage Lance Mackey holds up replica of check for winning Iditarod on Tuesday. He led Hans Gatt and Jeff...

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Kuskokwim River Closed to King Salmon Fishing by Emergency Order, State Closes Anchor River to Fishing, AK Pride Pays Forward Their ‘Today’ Show Donations, Redistricting Board Holds Ceremonial Signing of Plan, and more...

FCC Approves GCI’s Purchase Of 3 TV Stations; International Delta Flight Diverts To Cold Bay; ASD Graduates More Students, Bartlett High Leads Way; Alaska National Guard Responds To Sexual Assault Allegations; Begich Pushes For Extension For Health Care Sign Up Period; Unseasonably Warm, Dry Weather Rekindles Delta Junction-Area Fire; K-Beach Flooding Declared A Disaster; Alaska Robotics Hopes To Satirize 2014 Legislative Season; Longtime Pen Pals Meet In Eek Download Audio

Rep. Young avoids POTUS hoopla; Obama wraps up his tour on the front lines of climate change: the Arctic; Denali Commission to spearhead relocation efforts; Sunken seiner leaks oil near Sitka; Uber agrees to pay state $78k for misclassifying employees; Alaska National Guard family program seeks Mat-Su support; National arts endowment leader explains why art is worth it; Restoring the 'Tall One' to its Athabascan roots; Juneau Library to launch Alaska Native stories project Download Audio

Senate Passes Anti-Discrimination Bill; Shell Oil Works To Revive Arctic Drilling Program; Groups Hail Court Ruling On Lease Sale Reviews; Rodell Named Revenue Commissioner; Salvage Efforts On Hold For F/V Arctic Hunter; Fukushima Contamination Could Reach Alaska Waters Next Year; Top 10 Things Alaskans Want To Know About Healthcare; Officials Say Dirt, Birds Doubled ML&P Project Cost; UAA Engagement Week Highlights Community; Sitka Named Alaska’s First ‘Walk-Friendly’ Community Download Audio

Today in Alaska news... Kodiak's Gabrielle LeDoux stops fundraising for her Congressional campaign under threat of Republican excommunication while Nome's House representative Richard Foster...

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Man Charged With Double Homicide, Sexually Assaulting 2-Year-Old; Yukon River Causing Flooding In Galena; Yukon River Causing Flooding In Galena; Kulluk Hearing Resumes Tuesday; New Book Explores Lost Legacy Of Harry Karstens, Stuck Expedition; UAF Says Tuition, Research Funding Unlikely To Offset Rising Costs; KHAR Format Change Irks Listeners; Haines Celebrates Alaska’s Craft Beer Culture Download Audio

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Arctic Scientist Under Investigation, Officials Hammer Out Details on U.S. Russia Polar Bear Treaty, UAF Researchers Unlocking Secret of Hibernation, Young Argues to Strip Park Service’s Power in Yukon Charley Preserve, and more...