Top Oil CEOs Meet With Gov. Parnell In Anchorage, Hawke Says Oil Meeting A Good Beginning, Obama Outlines Military Future, Alaska: High On Toxic Releases, Redistricting Battle Goes To Trial In Fairbanks, Right Whale Sighting Unusual For Kodiak Island Waters, Renda Completes Repairs, Heads Towards Nome, Jones Act Contains Provision On Passenger Transportation
High Tech Maps Help Assess Potential LNG Pipeline Routes, Alaska Native, Environmental Groups Challenging Shell Air Permits, Omnibus Lands Bill Could Include Sealaska Measure, Alaska Survival Files Suit Over Susitna-Matanuska Area Plan, Murkowski Holds Suicide Prevention Hearing, The Last Yellow Flag, Richardson Roadhouse Quietly Disappears, Coast Guard Reality Show to Debut November 9
Today's Chukchi Sea oil and gas lease sale was a record-setter for the federal government. Plus, Alaskans caucused in huge numbers last night. In...
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:
Recall effort against Gov. Dunleavy kicks off statewide; Change of opinion: AEDC projects 3 more years of recession in Anchorage; Concerns are raised over ow Red Dog cleans up after truck rollover spills; Point Lay sees earliest walrus haul out ever; Politico: Science 'trampled' as Interior hurries toward ANWR lease sale; Children could bear large burden of Alaska's budget cuts; Budget uncertainty could make it harder for the elderly to access medical care; All 3 West Valley students hospitalized in pool incident released; Health care group completing merger with Alaska hospital; Anchorage curbside compost pilot picked up by private waste company, likely to expand
Walker announces pay raise for troopers; BSEE employee claims whistleblower protection; Kenai and Sitka newspapers misreported voter eligibility before primary; Anchorage bans plastic bags, starting in 2019; Fourth suspected arrested in Anchorage attempted murder case; Agencies map tectonic fault that touches southeast Alaska; GCI updates emergency alert system; Donlin Gold says they can clean up their proposed mine, and pay for it too; UAF program helps science-oriented youths ‘broaden expertise’ with hands-on learning; Kunniak's Spices brings new flavors to Native dishes
Alaskans volunteer to help victims of flooding in Texas; Soldotna retailer sentenced for illegal sales of synthetic marijuana; Marijuana tax revenue trended higher in July; New plan for air quality in Fairbanks gets EPA approval; Wind farm owner takes utility to court over purchase refusal; Alaska student tests show dismal results; Legislation signed into law aims to boost vocational opportunities; Local officials worry about rockslide potential near busy Skagway port; Self taught 18 year old student fluent in multiple languages; Return of Chilkat robe celebrated by southeast tribes
Alaskan skier Kikkan Randall reveals breast cancer diagnosis; Fisheries: Why Young wants changes to beloved law; Trump's tariffs on China could shake up Alaska seafood industry; Calista shareholder meeting rocked with contentious tone over several lawsuits; Hatchery debate wages on as research continues; Unalaskans express overwhelming support for ban on plastic bags; Beavers are moving into the Arctic — you can see it from space Listen now
Governor Sarah Palin released a recording today that shows a member of her staff pressuring former Public Safety commissioner Walt Monegan to fire a...
Pebble withdraws more third party subpoenas; Obama honors Alaskan who turned grief into service; UAF scientist pioneers anti-collision systems for space; High-risk avalanche conditions stall search for missing skier at Hatcher Pass; After a health crisis, help navigating the complicated medical system; Study: Many Alaska teachers underpaid, but money isn't everything; Thanksgiving Blessings offers food, hope and exercise plan; Reviving an endangered language in the age of social media Download Audio
Anchorage skier Kikkan Randall wins Olympic gold; USGS scientist resigns in tussle over release of NPR-A data; Federal regulators say they don’t have enough information about Alaska’s gasline project; Senate president seeks work or volunteer requirement for Medicaid recipients; Alaska Legislature passes bill to legalize industrial hemp; News report raises questions about mayoral candidate's past; Hilcorp CEO steps down; If rental assistance is a lifeline for preventing homelessness, why is it so hard to get? Listen now
Juneau Rep. Parish won’t run for re-election; Legislature weighs permanent fund earnings draw as session nears end; Offshore lease schedule for Beaufort draws flak; Arc of Anchorage to pay $2.3M to settle allegations of false Medicaid claims; Strong winds batter Anchorage; Alaska State Legislature urges Congress to address state ivory bans; Hugh Neff banned from 2019 Yukon Quest due to poor dog care; As Mat-Su mulls budget, school funding off the table; Marijuana-regulating ordinance advocates flood Fairbanks city council hearing to urge passage; Klukwan, Takshanuk Watershed Council unite for baseline water quality testing; Virgin America merger with Alaska Air reaches logistical crescendo this week; Over a month of severe GCI outages causing headaches for city workers Listen now
General Katkus Resigns As Report Details Guard’s Failure In Addressing Sexual Assault; Dems Ask Maryland to Investigate Sullivan Tax Breaks; Seward Coal Dumping Case Referred Back To Lower Court; Archaeological Dig Near Quinhagak Provides a Look Into Ancient Yup’ik Culture; YWCA aims to close gender pay gap by 2025; California Company Exploring Port MacKenzie’s LNG Possibilities; Interior Earthquake Monitor Ramps Up; LKSD Moves Forward On Student-Based Health Center Download Audio
Joshua Wade pleads not guilty in the murder of Mindy Schloss. Meanwhile, Natural Resources Commissioner Tom Irwin foils Exxon’s latest attempt to keep open...
Wrangell mourns victims of Friday's plane crash; Power Cost Equalization Fund could pay for community assistance; Alaska House postpones vote on oil tax bill – again; Congress seeks to privatize air-traffic control; crews search for two missing on Bear Glacier; missing kayaker presumed dead; State Senate passes criminal justice overhaul bill; “We Are AVCP” claims tribal representatives seeking transparency on recent controversies; ‘In Amundsen’s Footsteps’: Expedition re-traces route of explorer’s 1905 Journey Download Audio
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State troopers leading efforts to recover pilot from crash site south of Chigniks; National omnibus bill contains Mental Health Trust-Tongass land trade; Alaska Native representatives offer support for income tax; Senate and House leaders provide different plans on addressing oil and gas tax credits; 17-foot python loose in Meadow Lakes, Mat-Su animal control warns; Northern Edge military exercise takes to Alaska's sea, air and land; Fairbanks North Star Borough looks to address F-35 deployments on community; How do retreating glaciers hit marine populations?; Haines master carver unveils carving honoring veterans; Alyssa London to showcase Tlingit design at Miss USA pageant Listen now
Pilot in Alaska crash took plane without permission; 8 survive Anaktuvuk plane crash, all with serious injuries; Alaska Fred Meyers could start carrying overdose medication; Wildlife rescuers overwhelmed with starving sea birds; Alaska Chamber of Commerce gears up for annual legislative fly-in; Kenai school board weighs building lease for overcrowded school; Belle Mickleson awarded for traditional music program; APU skate skier takes 1st at nationals; Unalaska man makes good on 2015 New Year's resolution; StoryCorps: Recovery from addiction led Haines carver to healing art Download Audio
Gov. Dunleavy says vetoes weren’t too aggressive; Ferry system still shut down as strike enters day 2; Yakutat officials wary of state’s PFAS double standard ; Moderate drought hits the Kenai Peninsula; Arts Council workers pick up the pieces after last week's closure; Governor’s veto could close Head Start classrooms in Southeast Alaska; UAF project seeks to provide air quality data for rural, remote Alaska areas