Alaska News Nightly: September 13, 2007

An Alaska broadcasting pioneer -- Augie Hebert -- died today in Anchorage and we remember his remarkable radio and TV career that started long...

Alaska News Nightly: September 12, 2007

Former VECO chairman Bill Allen takes the stand in Anchorage as the Pete Kott corruption trial rolls on. Meanwhile, we explore Shell Oil's pull-back...

Alaska News Nightly: September 11, 2007

A universal health care proposal is headed to the Alaska Legislature in early 2008 -- and the Cato Institute approves. Meanwhile the U.S....

Alaska News Nightly: September 10, 2007

Opening statements and some wiretaps were heard in Anchorage today in the Pete Kott corruption trial. Plus we explore news of coal, herring, immigrant...

Alaska News Nightly: September 7, 2007

Scientists say Alaska's polar bear population will be wiped out within 50 years due to global warming effects. Plus the Kott corruption trial jury...

Alaska News Nightly: September 6, 2007

Anchorage's federal court sifts through jury candidates in advance of the Pete Kott trial. Plus, a new study confirms dramatic predictions of polar sea...

Alaska News Nightly: September 5, 2007

A federal judge today granted the government's request to separate the federal corruption trial for two former Alaska lawmakers. Plus, a new report sets...

Alaska News Nightly: September 4, 2007

Governor Palin proposed a revised oil tax system for the state and formally set next month's special legislative session in Juneau. Plus, tribal leaders...

Alaska News Nightly: September 3, 2007

Tonight we look at the status of the $100 million claim state and federal governments have made against ExxonMobil. Plus, scientists work out the...

Alaska News Nightly: August 31, 2007

Officials are warning that some ground beef in the state may be tainted with E.coli bacteria. Plus, we take a look at a pilot...

Alaska News Nightly: August 30, 2007

Class action plaintiffs in the Exxon Valdez oil spill case are asking the U.S. Supreme Court to throw out the oil giant's latest appeal....

Alaska News Nightly: August 29, 2007

Education Secretary Margaret Spellings was in Bethel today to talk about reauthorizing the No Child Left Behind Act. Plus, Juneau residents question Governor Palin's...

Alaska News Nightly: August 28, 2007

State offices face a looming employee shortage, as more and more workers reach retirement age. Plus, a new song bird makes its way to...

Alaska News Nightly: August 27, 2007

The leaky Governor's mansion in Juneau is about to get an expensive -- but much needed -- renovation. Plus, a scientist recounts an exciting...

Alaska News Nightly: August 24, 2007

Scientists tunnel into the Alaskan permafrost and find a motherlode of dinosaur fossils. Plus, a profile of the businessman who bought the state's jet...

Alaska News Nightly: August 23, 2007

Legal experts weigh in on whether the Supreme Court will agree to review the punitive damage judgment for the Exxon Valdez oil spill. Plus,...

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Alaska News Nightly: August 22, 2007

NEA Alaska is criticizing the state's new program that pays teachers extra in schools that improve test scores. Plus, former Interior Secretary Bruce Babbit...

Alaska News Nightly: August 21, 2007

A Fort Richardson soldier in Iraq talks candidly about his brigade's tough deployment. Plus, researchers spot the largest concentration of blue whales off Canada's...

Alaska News Nightly: August 20, 2007

The Alaska Zoo considers relocating Maggie to an elephant rescue facility in California. Plus, a Fairbanks non-profit is looking at developing a hybrid alternative...