Alaska News Nightly: December 30, 2011

Russian Tanker Gets Jones Act Waiver, Teen Found Dead In Bethel Park Identified, Scientists Downgrade Cleveland Volcano Aviation Alert Level, Boeing Wins Missile Defense Contract, ADF&G Shows Interest In Bethel Subsistence Patterns, ‘Alaskan Wet Dog Race’ Set For 2013, Year In Review: Sitka, Anchorage and Juneau, AK: Crab Bait Radio, 300 Villages: Houston

Alaska News Nightly: May 6, 2013

Cleveland Eruption Continues. Newtok Residents Describe Injuries From Era Plane Crash. Hundreds Gather In Juneau For Malaspina Tours. Decades After WWII, Alaska’s First Governor Gets His Discharge Papers. New Airplane Will Improve Medevac Service In Southeast. Americorps Workers Embrace Sitka. Visting Artist Merges Theater With Academics. Listen to full show

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: Friday, Nov. 24, 2017

Troopers identify skier killed in avalanche; Double Thanksgiving Shootout wins give UAA women a championship, keep men alive in tournament; Final day for Donlin to review draft permit to discharge wastewater in Crooked Creek; Hatcher Pass receives $500,000 grant for new chairlift; Government database aims to slow opioid crisis in Alaska; Governor signs Petersburg land bill; AK: Various looks at the controversial Alaska Day; 49 Voices: Eileen Starr of Anchorage Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: February 7, 2013

Troopers Investigating Kake Teenager’s Death As A Homicide; Public Turns Out For Eielson Meetings; Court Hears Arguments In Port MacKenzie Rail Spur Case; Arctic Council To Finalize Oil Spill Preparedness Agreement; Cruise Ship Discharge Bill Awaits Public Comment; ‘Stand Your Ground’ Bill Resurfaces In Legislature; Lance Mackey Scratches From Yukon Quest; Five Teams Vying For Top Spot in Yukon Quest; Cleveland’s New Lava Dome Increases Eruption Risk

Alaska News Nightly: June 16, 2010

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Alaska News Nightly: Monday, Sept. 17, 2018

Charges filed against a Kotzebue man in the case of a missing girl who was found dead; Alaska's U.S. Senators call for more information about sexual assault allegations against Brett Kavanaugh; Alaska will see a cut to salmon allocations under proposed treaty with Canada; Three senior Department of Health and Social Services administrators have resigned; Teams of citizen scientists count endangered whales near Anchorage; Public meetings start in Juneau over proposal for news roads in Tongass; U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service works to keep rats off St. Paul Island; High rates of suicide in southwest Alaska where healthcare services are overburdened

Alaska News Nightly: July 24, 2007

Governor Palin makes a stop in Kuwait to visit troops and spill responders in Prince William Sound are removing remaining fuel from the grounded...

Alaska News Nightly: July 31, 2008

Ted Stevens pleads "not guilty" at his arraignment in District Court in Washington, DC. Meanwhile Congress prepares to leave town on recess leaving a...

Alaska News Nightly: October 17, 2007

Alaska Army National Guard soldiers are returning to the U.S. this week after a long deployment in Kuwait. Meanwhile Congress and scientists confer over...

Alaska News Nightly: October 17, 2011

Kohring to Change Plea on One Count of Indictment, Kookesh Pushes for Recognition of Alaska Native Corporation, Rock Creek Mine to Close, Section of Ruling Declaring Global Warming Threatening Polar Bear Habitat Thrown Out, Senators Seek Extension of Secure Rural Schools Program, Officials Wrapping Up ‘SOS’ Initiative Vote Count , District 1 Republicans Likely Dropping Recall Effort Against Johansen, Shishmaref Woman Gets Jail Time for Daughter’s Absence from School, Tobacco Company Headed to Western Alaska Court, Over 1,000 Attending Elders and Youth Conference

Alaska News Nightly: March 30, 2015

APD Stops Short Of Calling Weekend Vandalism Incident A Hate Crime; Haines Pot Grower Proposes Cannabis Exchange In Light Of New Law; Alaska Senate Rejects Effort To Preemptively Ban Marijuana Concentrates; Report: Ship Trouble in the Arctic on the Rise; Army Corps Of Engineers Preps For Summer Season; Homer Takes First Step Toward Deep Water Dock Expansion; Legislature Diving Into Anchorage's Violent Crime, Potentially Bringing New Funds; Strong King Salmon Catch Means Early Closure For Southeast Trollers; Indigenous Leaders Adapt Western-Style Government While Retaining Traditional Approaches; ‘There’s Nothing Left to Cut’: Fairbanks Assembly Gives School District $800K Boost Download Audio

Alaska News Nightly: July 24, 2009

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Alaska News Nightly: June 12, 2013

Sealaska Bill Advances To House; Congressional Delegation Split On Taking Meetings With Fuglvog; Greely Missile Defense Unit Commander Suspended Over Sex-Misconduct Allegations; ‘Idle No More’ Group Rallies In Downtown Juneau; Kuskokwim Subsistence Salmon Fishery Starts With No Restrictions On Main River; Low Fish Returns, Late Breakup Proving Problematic In Susitna Valley; Fairbanks Voices Concern About LNG Trucking Project; Juneau Sends Dancers Around The Country And Beyond Download Audio

Alaska News Nightly: April 10, 2008

Legislators head into the final days of the legislative session with plenty on their plates.  Plus, Halibut charter operators may have to buy quota...

Alaska News Nightly: August 27, 2012

Bear Kills Hiker In Denali National Park; Sea Ice Melts Back To New Record; Second Shell Drill Ship Leaves Unalaska for the Arctic; Crunch Time For Hotly Contested Ballot Measure 2; Stoltze, Connelly Face of in House District 11; Couple Admits To Planning Judge’s Murder; Near Riot Goes Unreported, to be Discussed at Community Forum

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, Apr. 19, 2016

Budget talks are quiet as Walker projects optimism; bill seeks to rein in state employees’ wages until oil prices rise; crucial cargo point only ‘marginally adequate’ say officials; one injured in Haines bear mauling; wildfire season getting an early start; changing what it means to be a foster parent; Senate authorizes funding for FAA air carrier services to Diomede; fourth whale harvested by North Slope Borough this year; audit: Skagway misspent CPV taxes on playground equipment Download Audio

Alaska News Nightly: June 3, 2010

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Alaska New Nightly, Friday September 23, 2016

Alaskans weigh in on this year's smaller dividend check. State calls truce in Prudoe Bay dispute. After 42 hours, barricade suspect found dead in home. Courts sides with UCIDA on Cook Inlet Salmon Management. Anchorage expecting 24M budget shortfall from drop in state funds. Parole violation sends banished man back to jail. Travel fair brings PFD deals under one roof.

Alaska News Nightly: November 30, 2010

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