Alaska News Nightly: April 22, 2008

Joshua Wade pleads not guilty in the murder of Mindy Schloss. Meanwhile, Natural Resources Commissioner Tom Irwin foils Exxon’s latest attempt to keep open...

Alaska News Nightly: April 21, 2008

It's official: Mark Begich is running for the U.S. Senate seat currently occupied by legendary legislator Ted Stevens. Meanwhile, Cook Inlet belugas remain in...

Alaska News Nightly: April 18, 2008

The US Senate votes to ask the Justice Department to investigate "Coconut Road" earmark. Also, Joshua Wade is indicted for murder in the...

Alaska News Nightly: April 17, 2008

The US Senate votes to ask the  Justice Department to investigate "Coconut Road" earmark. Also, Joshua Wade is indicted for murder in the killing...

Alaska News Nightly: April 16, 2008

A helicopter crash has killed three state employees and the pilot. A 14 year old boy survived. Plus, electric bills in Juneau are likely...

Alaska News Nightly: April 15, 2008

A US Senate committee hears about a proposed land swap that would make a road between King Cove and Cold Bay possible. Plus, local...

Alaska News Nightly: April 14, 2008

The fate of capitol and transportation projects is now in the hands of Governor Palin. State lawmakers approved the massive spending bills in the...

Alaska News Nightly: April 11, 2008

Stevens and Begich jockey over mud-slinging advertisements. Plus, the legislature scrambles to meet Sunday deadline. And the shortage of king salmon in southeast...

Alaska News Nightly: April 10, 2008

Legislators head into the final days of the legislative session with plenty on their plates.  Plus, Halibut charter operators may have to buy quota...

Alaska News Nightly: April 9, 2008

State lawmakers took a step forward today to make Alaska a more desirable filming site for Hollywood. Plus, Sitka police have a new way...

Alaska News Nightly: April 8, 2008

BP and ConocoPhillips announce plans to build a natural gas pipeline to the lower 48. Reaction from politicians both in Juneau and  Washington, DC...

Alaska News Nightly: April 7, 2008

The City of Anchorage says it will investigate possible ethics violations surrounding a fundraiser for Senator Ted Stevens. Plus, the commercial king salmon fishery...

Alaska News Nightly: April 4, 2008

The man accused of murdering 4 people in Sitka pleads not guilty. Plus, the Governor finds a way to solve the supplemental capital...

Alaska News Nightly: April 3, 2008

The assistant engineer on the Alaska Ranger admits to drinking on the ship. Plus, Senator Stevens calls for moratorium on commercial fishing in...

Alaska News Nightly: April 2, 2008

Environmental groups up the ante on polar bear status. Plus, the legislature calls for an extension of the special session. And newly elected...

Alaska News Nightly: April 1, 2008

The state Senate puts its seal on a capital project budget.  Plus, high-flying gold prices spark a new Alaska gold rush. And  municipal elections...

Alaska News Nightly: March 31, 2008

An Alaska Ranger crew member says alcohol may have played a role in the sinking of the fishing vessel. Plus, the state House...

Alaska News Nightly: March 28, 2008

Governor Palin calls for a special session of the legislature. Plus, a formal inquiry looks into the sinking of the Alaska Ranger. And Anchorage...

Alaska News Nightly: March 27, 2008

Law enforcement officials in Sitka release names of 4 murder victims. Plus, a loca schools funding bill becomes law. And a rescued sailor from...

Alaska News Nightly: March 26, 2008

The federal government is considering listing four types of seals under the Endagered Species Act. Plus, the State of Alaska has settled its lawsuit...