Alaska News Nightly: July 15, 2008

Exxon Mobil says there's no reason for it to pay interest on oil-spill punitive damages. Meanwhile BP unveils a new directional drilling technology and...

Alaska News Nightly: July 14, 2008

A volcano erupts in the Aleutians and a long-time cop and public servant leaves state service on short notice. Meanwhile the Forest Service receives...

Alaska News Nightly: July 11, 2008

The 2nd special session of the legislature takes up Governor Palin's plan for special energy rebates for Alaskans.. Plus, Ted Stevens talks national energy...

Alaska News Nightly: July 10, 2008

State Senator John Cowdery is indicted for bribery and extortion. Plus, Former Governor Wally Hickel advises legislature to reject AGIA. Also, 30,000 Atlantic salmon...

Alaska News Nightly: July 9, 2008

The Legislature embarks on a second special session. Plus, presidential candidate Barak Obama opens offices in Anchorage and Juneau. Also, processors struggle to keep...

Alaska News Nightly: July 8, 2008

A second climber collapses and dies on Denali. Plus, ocean acidification along with its potential effects are raising growing concern. Also, legislators take a hard...

Alaska News Nightly: July 7, 2008

An Illinois climber has died of unknown causes on the summit of Denali. Plus, scientists are growing more and more alarmed about the problem...

Alaska News Nightly: July 4, 2008

Hopes for a strong chum salmon season on the Yukon are fading.  Also, NOAA begins the process of updating Kachemak Bay nautical charts. Alaso...

Alaska News Nightly: July 3, 2008

The State Supreme Court gives clean water initiative a clean bill of health.  Also, we'll pay a visit to a Navy spy ship. Plus,...

Alaska News Nightly: July 2, 2008

A wildfire is burning in Anchorage in a wooded area south of Tudor Rd.  Also, Adak runs dangerously short of fuel. Plus, Ted Stevens...

Alaska News Nightly: July 1, 2008

Will Alaskans will have to wait for natural gas until the rest of North America is served?  Also, Bethel decides to build wind turbine....

Alaska News Nightly: June 30, 2008

Yesterday's bear mauling of an Anchorage teenager has some people up in arms. But wildlife managers say they're not ready to shoot the bear,...

Alaska News Nightly: June 27, 2008

The US Supreme Court will take up Kensington Mine tailings case. Also, Alaska's US Senators push for a tax break for commercial fishermen...

New USGS study tracks human impact on wolves

A new study clarifies human’s impact on wolf populations. The U.S. Geological Survey study looks at the affects of hunting, trapping and other human...

Alaska News Nightly: June 26, 2008

The first large interior wildfire of the season reaches 700 acres. Also, The U.S. Geological Survey releases a study that quantifies the impact...

Alaska News Nightly: June 25, 2008

Alaskans are responding with disbelief to the Supreme Court decision today that slashes the Exxon Valdez punitive damages award. We have reactions from plaintiffs...

Alaska News Nightly: June 24, 2008

The Yukon River king salmon run is shaping up to be the slowest on record. Also, NOAA tries to help coastal Alaskans make...

Alaska News Nightly: June 23. 2008

Going underground to find energy efficiency. Also, Police reveal how they solved the Cynthia Henry murder. Plus, Alaska Airlines pledges not to...

Alaska News Nightly: June 20, 2008

Governor Palin proposes $1,200 energy assistance checks for Alaskans. Also, Shell decides against offshore test drilling in the Beaufort Sea this...

Alaska News Nightly: June 19, 2008

The missing Denali hikers relax with their families following their rescue.  Also, TransCanada tries to put legislators' concerns to rest, as Alaskans of all...