Alaska News Nightly: July 16, 2007

Below is the complete story list and audio from today's Alaska News Nightly, as broadcast on APRN stations statewide. Individual stories are available in...

Alaska News Nightly: November 7, 2007

Two Alaskan Soldiers die in Iraq; The Indian Health Care Improvement Act gains momentum in U.S. House Plus, the Alaska Municipal League holds its...

Alaska News Nightly: November 23, 2012

Parnell Wants Student Performance to be Part of Teacher Evals; Polar Winds Slow Diesel Removal; Scientists Testing for Acidity; UAF Scientist Looking for Wood Alternatives; Hiland Mountain Orchestra Gets Ready for Annual Concert.

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, July 13, 2015

State Says Sockeye Fire Sprung From A Burn Pile, 2 Face Charges; Marriage Ruling Doesn't Protect LBGT Alaskans Against Workplace Discrimination; Calista Shareholders Vote to Enroll 'Afterborns'; Lessons for Alaska: Oregon Shellfish Hatchery Tackles Ocean Acidification; On the Nushagak, Sportfishers Struggle to Reel In the Kings; New RX Drug Drop Gives Community a Chance to Safely Purge Meds; Haines Sees A Spike in Avian Rescues Download Audio

Alaska News Nightly: February 9, 2009

State lawmakers hear testimony from residents in Northwest Alaska on reigning in the high cost of energy. Plus, a mushing treadmill is helping a...

Alaska News Nightly: August 20, 2014

Begich Says 'Bring It On'; Oil Tax Referendum Opponents Declare Victory; Oil Vote Goes Down In State Record Books as the Most Expensive Issue Race; Report: Alaskans Aren't All That Healthy; A Susitna Valley Farm Sells Its Produce Close to Home; Yup'ik Voters Give Ballot Translation Mixed Reviews; Indian Village Totem Poles Come Down in Juneau; Peninsula Women Swim Across Kachemak Bay Download Audio:

Alaska News Nightly: May 10, 2010

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Alaska News Nightly: April 22, 2009

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Alaska News Nightly: October 7, 2014

Federal Court Striks Down Gay Marriage Ban in Idaho, Nevada; Arctic Summit Tackles A Diverse Spread of Issues; Kuskokwim River May Meet Chinook Escapement Goal; In New Ad, Begich Embraces His Vote on Obamacare; Southeast Ballot Issues Cover Taxes, Infrastructure and More; 'Blood Moon' Forecast Strong in Alaska Tonight; At UAA, New Trees Sprout Alongside New Construction; National Geographic Photographer Paul Nicklen Talks On Arctic Environments Download Audio:

Alaska News Nightly: July 18, 2014

EPA Rolls Out Proposed Restrictions on the Pebble Mine; Alaska Supreme Court Affirms Tribal Court Jurisdiction; State Confirms Rabies in Bat in Southeast Alaska; Diomede Helicopter Service Resumes; Governor Signs Bill in Bethel to Ease Autopsy Burden; Fort Yukon Plans New Landfill to Improve Safety, Facilitate More Recycling; AK: Weaving; 300 Villages: Dry Creek Download Audio

Alaska News Nightly: September 2, 2013

Strong winds expected for Anchorage; Humpback status gets review; Labor Day - a day for gathering signatures; plane crash near Rohn kills one; authorities worried about drugs in Dillingham; feds bust four for drugs in Anchorage; Wasilla hunting guide headed to jail; Republican to run for House District 35; Kodiak's Men of Steel premieres.

Alaska News Nightly: April 12, 2012

Two Dead In ComSta Kodiak Shooting, Senate Discussing Oil Tax Changes, Environmental Groups Ask For Arctic Ocean Oil Leases To Be Overturned, Doctors Battle High TB Rate In Alaska, Sitka Herring Fishery Closes, Federal Agencies Meeting With Alaska Tribes, Gov. Parnell, Legislators Demand Justice For Late Sen. Ted Stevens, Kobuk 440 Starting Tonight

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, March 29, 2019

Judge deals blow to King Cove road; Alleged white supremacist gang members make court appearances for murder and kidnapping charges; Most Dunleavy budget cuts face legal, political obstacles; AFP 'roadshow' comes to Fairbanks; Will Alaska endorse climate science education?; Bethel welcomes dancers to Cama-i 2019; AK: Sludge, scum and grit take toll on Sitka’s aging wastewater facility; 49 Voices: Eli Pelletier of Anchorage

Alaska News Nightly: January 18, 2013

ASD Superintendent Proposes Cutting 217 Positions; Gov. Parnell Rolls Out New Oil Tax Proposal; Alaska Unemployment Rate Drops To 6.6 Percent; Hazy Forecast For Alaska’s Economy; Formal Groundbreaking For SLAM Project; AK: Growing; 300 Villages: Tuntuntuliak

Alaska News Nightly: August 8, 2013

Board Votes To Temporarily Close Tenakee Springs School; Construction Begins On Fairbanks Youth Homeless Shelter; NTSB Releases Report On Deadly Soldotna Crash; Moon Lake Wildfire Grows To 24,000 Acres; Record-Setting Pink Run Hits Southeast; 35,000 Sockeye Caught In 1st 6 hours Of Snettisham Fishery; Fauske To Concentrate On In-State LNG Line; Dillingham Dock Damaged, Closed; Ketchikan Assembly Chooses Ferries Over Bridge Options; Anchorage Assembly Revises Bar ‘Safety Hour’ Law; National Guard Cavalry Goes On ‘Spur Ride’ In Kenai Download Audio

Alaska News Nightly: October 4, 2007

Alaska's series of political corruption trials got more interesting today as Vic Kohring is given a revised indictment alleging additional corruption activities. Meanwhile some...

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, Jan. 5, 2016

Family suspects Guard scandal at play in pregnant soldier's death; Downtown crash rattles culture of trust in Civil Air Patrol; Walker announces state hiring, travel freeze; S&P downgrades Alaska's credit rating, citing oil prices; Sen. Dunleavey won't challenge Murkowski after all; ESA listing denied for Southeast wolves; Young fishermen's summit courts the next generation; Late scientist's work compiled in new butterfly guide; Big Lake musher running for Kuskokwim 300 win Download Audio

Alaska News Nightly: June 11, 2010

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Alaska News Nightly: August 31, 2007

Officials are warning that some ground beef in the state may be tainted with E.coli bacteria. Plus, we take a look at a pilot...

Alaska News Nightly: March 23, 2015

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