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...

Alaska News Nightly: August 17, 2007

Officials are investigating the second fatal flightseeing crash near Ketchikan in less than a month. Plus, Chena Hot Springs debuts the state's first hydrogen...

Alaska News Nightly: August 16, 2007

The federal corruption probe of Senator Ted Stevens takes another turn. Plus, it's fishing season in Alaska and that means the rivers and bays...

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Alaska News Nightly: August 15, 2007

A court ruled today that Shell Oil will have to further postpone its plans for exploratory drilling in the Beaufort Sea. Plus, Pavlof Volcano...

Alaska News Nightly: August 14, 2007

The state is paying out almost $2 million to educators in the first year of its performance incentive program. Plus, staff at the Alaska...

Alaska News Nightly: August 13, 2007

A jury in Anchorage found Michael Lawson guilty today of second degree murder in the 2003 death of Bethany Correira. Plus, scientists come up...

Alaska News Nightly: August 10, 2007

Former U.S. Attorney Wev Shea talks about the note he recieved from Senator Ted Stevens that's become the latest focus of the federal corruption...

Alaska News Nightly: August 9, 2007

Senator Stevens talks with us about new ethics rules and his plans for next year's election. Plus, more of Alaska's schools achieved Adequate Yearly...

Alaska News Nightly: August 8, 2007

Communities across the state are still grappling with hundreds of budget vetoes Governor Palin handed out earlier this summer. Plus, the Yukon River village...

Alaska News Nightly: August 7, 2007

A 2003 murder trial wraps up as the Sitka plane crash investigation begins and the search continues for a missing man on Zaremba Island....

Alaska News Nightly: August 6, 2007

A small plane crashed into a home in downtown Sitka this afternoon. The homeowner wasn't inside at the time, but authorities don't know how...

Alaska News Nightly: August 3, 2007

The Palin administration says the state's new oil tax isn't meeting revenue expectations or expanding participation in the oil industry. Lawmakers will recosider the...

Alaska News Nightly: August 2, 2007

Governor Palin plans to call a special session to review the Petroleum Profits Tax next year. Plus, the Pebble Mine project gets a huge...

Alaska News Nightly: August 1, 2007

Congress considers legislation that provides funding for Alaska's Denali KidCare program. Plus, a research vessel finds plenty of pollock in the Bering Sea, but...

Alaska News Nightly: July 31, 2007

Watchdog groups are calling on Senator Ted Stevens to resign from his key committee assignments following the federal search yesterday of his Girdwood home....

Alaska News Nightly: July 30, 2007

Federal agents with the FBI and the IRS are searching Senator Stevens' Girdwood home. Plus, residents of Coffman Cove hope a new school will...

Alaska News Nightly: July 27, 2007

Scientists are tracking walrus north of Barrow, to see how they respond to rapidly retreating sea ice. Plus, cruise ship passengers caught sight of...

Alaska News Nightly: July 26, 2007

Senator Murkowski announced today she's selling her controversial Kenai River land. Plus, the Alaska Democratic Party has launched its campaign against Don Young with...