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...

Alaska News Nightly: December 7, 2007

Former lawmaker Pete Kott was sentenced today to six years in federal prison for bribery, conspiracy and extortion.  Plus,  Yukon River fishermen in Alaska...

Alaska News Nightly: December 6, 2007

The state is suing the consulting firm it says is responsible for the multi-billion dollar retirement system shortfall. Plus, the University of Alaska...

Alaska News Nightly: December 5, 2007

Governor Sarah Palin announced plans today for the state surplus, which is expected to total more than $4 billion. Plus, the search continues for...

Alaska News Nightly: December 4, 2007

The Coast Guard is searching for an air ambulance helicopter that went missing between Cordova and Anchorage last night with four people on board....

Alaska News Nightly: December 3, 2007

Anchorage police have a man in custody who's admitted to a string of violent attacks over the last two days that resulted in two...

Alaska News Nightly: November 30, 2007

Conoco Phillips puts in a bid to build the Alaska gas pipeline; The Anchorage Assembly passes a hard-fought budget, and Savoonga gets ready for...

Alaska News Nightly: November 29, 2007

BP gets fined $20 million for last year's north slope oil spill; 2 clinics for low-income patients may have to close, and troopers uncover...

Alaska News Nightly: November 28, 2007

Alaska birds are included on a national watch list; a new genetic link ties native peoples in North America and Siberia, and "Papa Pilgrim"...

Alaska News Nightly: November 27, 2007

Senator Lesil McGuire implicated in threats; a sentence is handed down in the WASCO case, and and some war widows are choosing to have...

Alaska News Nightly: November 26, 2007

Government scientists evaluate extent of ice melt in Alaska; Conoco Phillips backs away from upgrade to North Slope facility, and a 100-year-old baidarka gets...

Alaska News Nightly: November 23, 2007

It's "Black Friday" today and we bring retail shopping scenes from Anchorage plus online video from Don Young. Meanwhile Alaskans looking for holiday weekend...

Alaska News Nightly: November 21, 2007

Governor Palin asks Alaska how to spend oil-tax windfall. Plus, Bill Bobrick is scheduled to be sentenced on Monday. And drunk-driving fatalities are down...

Alaska News Nightly: November 20, 2007

Alaska Support Industry Alliance comes under fire. Plus, how likely is an earthquake in the MatSu. And a new mining technology is about to...

Alaska News Nightly: November 19, 2007

The Jesuits settle with abused Alaska Natives. Plus, more Alaska soldiers return from Iraq. And a new state survey offers insight into teen behavior....

Alaska News Nightly: November 16, 2007

The special session adjourns with a new oil-tax rewrite. Plus, a new Supreme Court justice steps into his new role. And alternative energy and...

Alaska News Nightly: November 15, 2007

Jury selection began today in the corruption trial of former Alaska lawmaker Vic Kohring. Plus, the state works to keep rats out of Alaska....

Alaska News Nightly: November 14, 2007

The Senate take its time on the oil-tax bill. Plus, the Bush administration comes out against Don Young's ANCSA land bills and an entangled...