Alaska News Nightly: June 25, 2009

The USS Stennis, a nuclear aircraft carrier, visits Alaska waters as part of exercise Northern Edge 2009. Photos By Patrick Yack, APRN - Anchorage Individual news...

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, Nov. 23, 2018

House District One race still tied, headed for coin toss; New federal report: Climate change is going to be expensive in Alaska and impact every household in the state; Medicaid decision allows more beds for substance abuse treatment; Small Business Saturday spotlights Alaska companies; Scientists map shifting migration around Alaska mountains, using GPS-equipped eagles; Bethel remembers Mary Ciuniq Pete; AK: Heated by hot springs, Tenakee Springs Museum tells community’s story; 49 Voices: Russell Sell of Anchorage

Alaska News Nightly: January 28, 2008

Tonight in Alaska news... The Alaska Legislature considers whether to amend the state's Constitution -- to protect oil companies from fluctuating gas taxes. Plus,...

Alaska News Nightly: November 15, 2010

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Alaska News Nightly: July 7, 2014

Bears Maul Hiker Near Bird Ridge; First Marijuana Shops Open In Washington; Juneau Police Arrest Suspect in Gold Street Racial Incident; May Also be Suspect in Celebration Case; Alaska Highway Projects Likely Safe Despite Federal Shortfalls; Refugees Finding Employment Opportunities In Anchorage; Nonprofit Touts Alaska Dental Therapists As Oral Health Pioneers; The Silver Screen Comes Back To Bethel; Alaska Dispatch News Debuts Tuesday Download Audio

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, Feb. 22, 2017

On mass shootings, Murkowski leaves a word unspoken; Offshore drilling public meeting draws supporters, critics and criticism; Session end is murky as budget takes shape; Mike Shower confirmed to Dunleavy Senate seat; Tiffany Zulkosky appointed by governor to Rep. Fansler's seat; Randall named to international Olympic athlete commission; Gulf to receive fishery disaster recovery funds, unclear when; In some cases, houses of worship step in to help people keep their homes Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: January 25, 2010

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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 3, 2009

On the eve of the general election, a new "Troopergate" report has cleared Governor Sarah Palin of ethics violations. Plus, a Stevens juror admitted...

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: April 5, 2013

Marvin Sentenced To 198 Years. U.N. Passes Global Arms Treaty That Faces Opposition In Senate. Northern Edge Cancelled. Hall Proposes New Testimony Protocol, Unions Apply To Hold Referendum. Ice Rescue. AK Moose Federation Breaks New Ground. More Snow On The Way For Anchorage. AK: Prom. 300 Villages: Upper Kalskag

Alaska News Nightly: August 6, 2008

The State House and Senate are headed toward a showdown over how much money to give Alaskans to cover the high cost of fuel....

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, Jan. 31, 2015

AK Supreme Court rejects set net initiative; wage increase kicks in; Homer doctor wants syringe exchange program; Arctic air warming, but North Pole not turning to slush; Alaskans win video contest; hello baby James Falsey; Haines loves coloring books; another restaurant empire growing in Juneau.

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, Jan. 24, 2017

Governor Walker considers other candidates for District 40; Southeast Alaska agree on need for plan, differ on components; Some Alaskans got tsunami alerts, but GCI’s emergency alert upgrades ongoing; Head of Gasline Corporation says Trump is helping push project forward; Alaska marijuana board gets more industry-friendly chair; 23-car pileup clogs Johansen Expressway for three hours; New Fairbanks Costco might be built in vacant Sam's Club building; Anchorage snowboarders Mancari, Stassel named to Olympic team; With two Juneau judges retiring, court system seeks change to relieve bottleneck; New rules force distilleries to stop serving cocktails in a conventional manner Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: December 10, 2012

State Presses BLM on Legacy Well Issue. Cook Inlet Energy Proposes Pipeline To Link West Side Of Cook Inlet. Another Person Dies in Bethel After Being Found Cold. Planned Parenthood Offers Free HIV testing in Alaska. Mt. Edgecumbe senior sues AK over climate change. OceansAlaska ends first season, plans second. Technology Research Thrives at UAF.

Alaska News Nightly: February 10, 2014

State Senate Rejects Pay Raises For Governor, Commissioner . Budget Cuts Shrink AVO's Seismic Network. Empire Reporter Fired Following Disagreement With Publisher. Fish Board Restricts Commercial Fleet in Cook Inlet. Museum Exhibit Opens Highlighting Marine Debris Problem. Tourists Rescued Near Chatanika. Iditarod Considers Starting In Fairbanks. Moore Wins Yukon Quest. Drumming And Healing At Beans Café. Listen Now

Alaska News Nightly: October 24, 2007

The jury in the Vic Kohring corruption trial began watching secretly-taped FBI recordings today. Plus, go deep into the largest known cave in Alaska,...

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, Jan. 7, 2019

Despite shutdown, Trump administration continues work to begin oil drilling in ANWR; Legislation would put 90-day legislative session, PFDs in Alaska Constitution; Bill proposes federal aid to replace wood-burning stoves; Bethel's first cannabis shop is closer to opening - if it gets its paperwork done; Moose wanders into Alaska hospital; Bonuses of nearly $300,000 paid to pipeline corporation head; Navy destroyer to be named after Ted Stevens; Winter salmon trolling starts slow in Southeast Alaska; Alaska Made: A new rule makes this easy-to-build gadget a required kit for the tackle box; Names of Native teens added to plaque marking Denali summit; An elementary school program is growing gardeners in Juneau; Minnesota adventurer Lonnie Dupre sets sights on Mt. Hunter

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, Feb. 2, 2016

New earthquake warning system unveiled; pot laws missing key language; BP announces layoffs; deadline hits for LIO building; insurer proposes fix for health market; Walker makes fish board appointments; Wasilla shooting deaths investigated; Fairbanks endures dry conditions; Yukon Quest gets underway Saturday

Alaska News Nightly: September 22, 2014

State Ordered to Improve Voting Materials for Alaska Natives; Senate Candidates Vie for Rural Support; State Files Complaint Against Medicaid Payment Vendor; Deadline Set for Southeast Wolves ESA Review; KTVA Reporter Quits on Air, Dedicates Time to Pot Initiative; EPA's 404-C Public Comment Period on Pebble Closes; NTSB Report Yields Few Clues In Fatal Soldotna Plane Crash; Murkowski Presses FDA To Clarify Spent-Grain Rule for Brewers; Arctic Researcher Says The Social Changes Are As Drastic as Climate Changes Download Audio: