A bill that would move the legislature to Anchorage took a step forward today. Plus, residents of a sunless neighborhood in Kodiak adjust to...

The Interior Department says it can't meet next year's deadline for transferring federal land to the state and Native corporations. Plus, Fairbanks musher Ken...

Hundreds of outdoor sports organizations sign on to support legislation to curb greenhouse gasses. Plus, does the wind play a big role in melting...

The U.S. may be able to claim rights to more of the continental shelf off Alaska according to a new study released today. Plus,...

Governor Palin wants to eliminate the Certificate of Need law. Plus, Yakutat finally gets a new municipal manager. And the Iron Dog snowmachine race...

Environmentalists push for listing the walrus under the Endangered Species Act. Plus, the Secretary of the Interior justifies yesterday's Chukchi lease sales. Meanwhile, State...

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...

Governor Palin turns back the clock, putting the Habitat Division back into the Department of Fish and Game. Plus, a jury in Fairbanks deliberates...

Rural leaders say bush Alaska was left behind when Governor Palin made her recent appointments to the Board of Game. Plus, Barrow teenagers are...

Tonight in Alaska news... Congressman Don Young releases fundraising numbers for the 4th quarter of 2007.  Also, despite a second rejection from...

Tonight in Alaska news... Alaska Natives and environmental groups have filed a lawsuit against Chukchi leases. Also, candidates for congressional offices have to...

Tonight in Alaska news... Don Young begins to raise money for legal defenses while the U.S. Senate investigates whether Bush administration officials are defending...

Tonight in Alaska news... Governor Palin says she would not veto a bill to move legislative sessions to Anchorage.  Also, Former Governor Frank Murkowski...

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

Today in Alaska news, Alaska's congressional delegation files a brief in support of Exxon Valdez plaintiffs, while Senator Ted Stevens weighs in on the...

Today in Alaska news...Congress takes up reform of 19th century mining law while The Board of Game gets set to discuss the denning of...

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...

Today in Alaska news... Senator Murkowski brings Indian health care problems to the U.S. Senate floor and the Alaska legislature confronts a formal call...

The Legislature picks up the pace. Also, a fuel shipment to Nikolski is aborted under high winds, and the Priblilof Islands struggle economically ....

The  Alaska Senate revamps its leadership structure, and takes a look at the problem of village public safety.  Also, the village of Nikolski struggles...