Alaska News Nightly: February 12, 2008

Hundreds of outdoor sports organizations sign on to support legislation to curb greenhouse gasses. Plus, does the wind play a big role in melting...

Alaska News Nightly: February 11, 2008

The U.S. may be able to claim rights to more of the continental shelf off Alaska according to a new study released today. Plus,...

Alaska News Nightly: February 8, 2008

Governor Palin wants to eliminate the Certificate of Need law. Plus, Yakutat finally gets a new municipal manager. And the Iron Dog snowmachine race...

Alaska News Nightly: February 6, 2008

Environmentalists push for listing the walrus under the Endangered Species Act. Plus, the Secretary of the Interior justifies yesterday's Chukchi lease sales. Meanwhile, State...

Alaska News Nightly: February 6, 2008

Today's Chukchi Sea oil and gas lease sale was a record-setter for the federal government. Plus, Alaskans caucused in huge numbers last night. In...

Alaska News Nightly: February 5, 2008

Governor Palin turns back the clock, putting the Habitat Division back into the Department of Fish and Game. Plus, a jury in Fairbanks deliberates...

Alaska News Nightly: February 4, 2008

Rural leaders say bush Alaska was left behind when Governor Palin made her recent appointments to the Board of Game. Plus, Barrow teenagers are...

Alaska News Nightly: February 1, 2008

Tonight in Alaska news... Congressman Don Young releases fundraising numbers for the 4th quarter of 2007.  Also, despite a second rejection from...

Alaska News Nightly: January 31, 2008

Tonight in Alaska news... Alaska Natives and environmental groups have filed a lawsuit against Chukchi leases. Also, candidates for congressional offices have to...

Alaska News Nightly: January 30, 2008

Tonight in Alaska news... Don Young begins to raise money for legal defenses while the U.S. Senate investigates whether Bush administration officials are defending...

Alaska News Nightly: January 29, 2008

Tonight in Alaska news... Governor Palin says she would not veto a bill to move legislative sessions to Anchorage.  Also, Former Governor Frank Murkowski...

Alaska News Nightly: January 28, 2008

Tonight in Alaska news... The Alaska Legislature considers whether to amend the state's Constitution -- to protect oil companies from fluctuating gas taxes. Plus,...

Alaska News Nightly: January 25, 2008

Today in Alaska news, Alaska's congressional delegation files a brief in support of Exxon Valdez plaintiffs, while Senator Ted Stevens weighs in on the...

Alaska News Nightly: January 24, 2008

Today in Alaska news...Congress takes up reform of 19th century mining law while The Board of Game gets set to discuss the denning of...

Alaska News Nightly: January 23, 2008

Today in Alaska news... Kodiak's Gabrielle LeDoux stops fundraising for her Congressional campaign under threat of Republican excommunication while Nome's House representative Richard Foster...

Alaska News Nightly: January 22, 2008

Today in Alaska news... Senator Murkowski brings Indian health care problems to the U.S. Senate floor and the Alaska legislature confronts a formal call...

Alaska News Nightly: January 21, 2008

The Legislature picks up the pace. Also, a fuel shipment to Nikolski is aborted under high winds, and the Priblilof Islands struggle economically ....

Alaska News Nightly: January 18, 2008

The  Alaska Senate revamps its leadership structure, and takes a look at the problem of village public safety.  Also, the village of Nikolski struggles...

Alaska News Nightly: January 17, 2008

A US House committee hearing highlights disagreement over Polar bear listing. With elections looming later in the year, Don Young takes stock of his...

Alaska News Nightly: January 16, 2008

On the first full day of the 2008 Legislative session, lawmakers focus on crime statistics and what to do about them. Meanwhile Fairbanks residents...