Alaska News Nightly: January 8, 2008

APOC Executive Director will leave the agency later this year. Plus, the FAA clears the pilot of last summer's Ketichkan-area crash, and...

Alaska News Nightly: January 7, 2008

US Fish and Wildlife Service delays decision on Polar Bears. Plus, Crash investigators look at failed latch on plane, and the Joshua...

Alaska News Nightly: January 4, 2008

TransCanada is the only company to meet AGIA. Plus, Healy gets its first bank and a polar bear wanders up river to...

Alaska News Nightly: January 3, 2008

The state's LNG plant will remain open. Plus, a lease sale in the Chukchi Sea stirs debate, and Alaska turns 49 today. Those...

Alaska News Nightly: January 2, 2008

Oil breaks $100 a barrel. Plus, Juneau bars are now smoke free, and a making older homes more energy efficient in Fairbanks at...

Alaska News Nightly: December 31, 2007

Members of the Senate minority ask Senator Cowdery to resign. Plus, BP settles with the state on an old tax dispute, and a...

Alaska News Nightly: December 28, 2007

Fairbanks struggles with drunk drivers. Plus, voters may be asked to decide whether the state will have a new crime lab. Those...

Alaska News Nightly: December 27, 2007

Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito chooses to recuse himself from the Exxon Valdez case. Plus, the state asks for proposals for a feasibility...

Alaska News Nightly: December 26, 2007

A 6.5 magnitude earthquake in the Aleutians. Plus, a herd of bison heads to Umnak island and a local chocolatier makes a name...

Alaska News Nightly: December 24, 2007

Presidential Candidate Ron Paul plans to open Alaska Office. Plus, a high-school philanthropist gives the gift of alternative energy. Those stories and...

Alaska News Nightly: December 21, 2007

The state has released the first phase of a study that looks at election security across Alaska. Plus, it may be the darkest...

Alaska News Nightly: December 20, 2007

The Legislative Ethics Committee is out with two rulings on lawmakers.   Plus, a fire destroys one of the largest churches in Northwest Alaska.  Those...

Alaska News Nightly: December 19, 2007

Governor Palin signed the state's new oil tax into law today.   Plus, a 7.2 magnitude earthquake hits the western Aleutian Islands, and a convicted...

Alaska News Nightly: December 18, 2007

A new population estimate for Cook Inlet Belugas is encouraging, but scientists aren't ready to say the species is recovering from several years of...

Alaska News Nightly: December 17, 2007

Anchorage skier Kikkan Randall made  skiing history this weekend with a World Cup win in Russia.  Plus, scientists document the disturbing affects of ocean...

Alaska News Nightly: December 14, 2007

Legislation that passed in the U.S. Senate today will help fishermen who are plaintiffs in the Exxon Valdez punitive damage case.  Plus, an Alaska...

Alaska News Nightly: December 13, 2007

A new study shows fish farms in British Columbia are on the verge of wiping out wild salmon runs.  Plus, a Fort Wainwright soldier...

Alaska News Nightly: December 12, 2007

The loss of ice is killing the walrus population in the Chukchi Sea, and the Senate prepares to vote on an energy bill that...

Alaska News Nightly: December 11, 2007

Anchorage residents are blaming wolves for several dog deaths. Plus, NASA spacecraft are probing the inner workings of the Northern Lights. Those...

Alaska News Nightly: December 10, 2007

Searchers call off the rescue effort of a downed Medevac chopper, and Governor Palin unveils her proposed budget for 2008. Plus, Fairbanks area...