Alaska senators fault Trump for going easy on Putin; Alaska’s LNG project looking for private contractor to help with federal permitting; Inupiaq woman criticizes use of her image in Dunleavy ad, campaign deletes footage; NTSB: The F/V Destination sank after accumulating ice in heavy freezing spray; Iditarod adds four new board members amid criticism; Alaska National Guard turns over rural armories for public use; Commercial company conducts rocket exercise at Kodiak launch facility; State's only coal mine celebrates 75th anniversary; When traditional banking isn't an option, try this out instead; Looking to fill niche and begin enterprise, Anchorage teen opens streetwear store Listen now

Chinese delegation visits Kodiak as Trump administration issues new proposed tariffs; Trump administration puts brakes on Indian Country in Alaska; Fairbanks Four suit alleges misconduct, questions settlement agreement; With grocery supplies dwindling on remote Alaska island, the government opened seal harvest early; First marijuana dispensary in Haines opens; AK: Spruce tip fever brings economic boost to Southeast; 49 Voices: Noatak Post of Juneau Listen now

Sen. Sullivan: 'Yes' on Kavanaugh nomination; Legislators quiz Alaska LNG project managers on progress; Watchdog renews call for tougher training for Prince William Sound oil tanker escorts; State government receives grant for opioid-related job training; Bethel's Tundra Suites hotel charged with Medicaid fraud; In Haines, remote court proceedings frustrate law enforcement; Drying fish and having trouble with flies? A local biologist wants to help; Cooks and dishwashers left behind in new statewide tipping regulation, restaurants say; Seahawks linemen learn about Yup'ik culture on whirlwind trip to Bethel; Blockbuster to close last two stores in Alaska Listen now

Alaskan skier Kikkan Randall reveals breast cancer diagnosis; Fisheries: Why Young wants changes to beloved law; Trump's tariffs on China could shake up Alaska seafood industry; Calista shareholder meeting rocked with contentious tone over several lawsuits; Hatchery debate wages on as research continues; Unalaskans express overwhelming support for ban on plastic bags; Beavers are moving into the Arctic — you can see it from space Listen now

All 11 passengers survive Tuesday morning floatplane crash on Prince of Wales Island; Will Murkowski block Kavanaugh nomination? Here's how she says she'll decide; AFL-CIO president says Walker has earned re-election; State's wildfire season 'largely uneventful,' according to officials; Coast Guard, partners search ferries for illegal activity, drugs; Fewer summer chum and kings in Yukon than predicted; How 'pickers' and 'lickers' help Bristol Bay's fleet; Lemon Creek inmates study Latin etymology and epic poems behind bars; Larsen Bay manages summer recycling needs Listen now

GCI customers lose service statewide; Some Alaska Native corporations have ties to ICE detention centers; Trooper identified in fatal Copper Center shooting; Kuskokwim River opens 24/7 to subsistence gillnet fishing; Calista shareholders maintain balance of power at tense annual meeting; Alaska Aerospace Corporation launches subsidiary with focus on satellites; Melted ice cream and uneaten crab: misery aboard the ferry LeConte; Judge OKs city’s $275,000 payout to Juneau family; Denali climbing season ends, with zero fatalities; Ukrainian seafood buyers want to connect with Unalaska's fisheries; Are great white sharks sinking their teeth into Bering Sea seals? Listen now

Domestic violence suspect killed in state trooper shooting; Missing man's body found in Anchorage mudflats; Fresh doubt for Alaska tribes seeking land-in-trust; Top four gubernatorial candidates voice support for Donlin mine; An uncertain future for immigrants pushed out of military; ‘There really isn’t anything held back’ — A whaling festival in Nuiqsut; AK: Family food truck spices up Kodiak food scene with Salvadorian, Mexican fare; 49 Voices: Lewis Pagel of Kotzebue Listen now

With Permanent Fund draw, higher oil prices bring Alaska closer to balanced budget; Three dead gray whales wash up in Kodiak; Chignik fishermen stuck ashore as sockeye run fails; Review shows dramatic shift in Army Corps of Engineers permitting; Alaska cannabis taxes reach new high; Spruce beetles reach 'outbreak' levels; Caught in immigration mess, U.S.-born Tsimshian teacher fights to stay in ancestral territory; Anchorage Botanical Garden celebrates 25th anniversary Listen now

Conoco buys BP's stake in Alaska No. 2 oilfield; Two new wildfires are  fought in Yukon Flats; Alaska CDQ group wants Congress to count heads; Missing backpackers found dead; Stand for Salmon join Bethel group in protesting Donlin Mine; State officials tour  Yukon River communities, talking salmon; Head of Iditarod drug testing resigns; Wildlife get 3,000 more acres creating corridor on Afognak Island; Coast Guard moves north for 'Arctic Shield' 2018; North Pole moves ahead with water project; Mount Marathon racers: David Norris Listen now

Conoco buys BP's stake in Alaska No. 2 oilfield; Two new wildfires are  fought in Yukon Flats; Alaska CDQ group wants Congress to count heads; Missing backpackers found dead; Stand for Salmon join Bethel group in protesting Donlin Mine; State officials tour  Yukon River communities, talking salmon; Head of Iditarod drug testing resigns; Wildlife get 3,000 more acres creating corridor on Afognak Island; Coast Guard moves north for 'Arctic Shield' 2018; North Pole moves ahead with water project; Mount Marathon racers: David Norris Listen now

Gov. Walker asks to suspend Pebble environmental impact statement process; Kodiak demonstrators rally to keep families together; On immigration, Sen. Sullivan calls for more facilities, better processing; Hawkins out of Republican governors race; Missing in national park, 2 hikers feared dead; Yakutat commercial sockeye fishing shutdown; How can the Small Business Administration help Alaska?; Governor taps Juneau city attorney for judge seat; Mount Marathon racers: Allison Barnwell; Forecasters from Haines and the Yukon work together to build a weather station in the Haines Pass Listen now

Corrections seeks alternatives to halfway houses; Oil tanker dented after ‘hard landing’ with new tugboat in Valdez; Ferry Columbia evacuated after docking in Bellingham; King salmon appear to surge through lower river just as Kuskokwim opens to gillnets; State plans distribution of 2016 pink salmon season disaster relief funds; Norovirus on a cruise ship? Juneau would like a call.; AK: Two runners, an Alaskan and a Spaniard, run for bone marrow donation awareness; 49 Voices: Apayo Moore of Aleknagik Listen now

Where does Sen. Murkowski fit in the selection of a new Supreme Court Justice?; Tara Sweeney confirmed as assistant Interior secretary for Indian Affairs; DOD releases plan for Interior basing of F-35s; Pebble scoping period ends tomorrow; Salcha couple found dead in plane wreckage; Wasilla child molester fled during trial, caught and convicted; Only fish on Friday if you need to, urge Kuskokwim fishermen as king salmon harvests rise; Wrangell tribe granted Totem Park land; After weathering cash crisis, Perseverance Theatre expected to live up to its namesake; New Nushagak king salmon derby promotes native culture Listen now

Pointing at Pebble, EPA leader looks to rein in agency’s veto power; Locals react to the U.S. Supreme Court decision that allows employees to opt out of union dues; First Y-K Delta tribe marches against Donlin Gold in Bethel; Governor’s climate change task force adds science education to draft plan; Assembly rejects pot tax hike, tightens unlawful camp rules; Housing expert: Many Sitkans struggle to make rent; Excursion Inlet cannery ramps up frozen fish production; Scientists study spring transition in Bering Strait waters Listen now

Trump says King Cove road ‘almost completed’ ; Ex-Alaskan charged with nearly 150 felonies in PFD fraud case; Airplane with 2 on board missing south of Fairbanks; Yukon Quest upholds censure of Hugh Neff over dog death; Seabirds washing up dead in Western Alaska; scientists investigating; Lava flows in crater of Alaska volcano; warning level raised; Corps of Engineers halts cleanup after workers discover buried DDT-tainted junk; Alaska Aerospace Corporation schedules launch at Kodiak facility; Girls on Ice: an all-female science immersion course on top of a glacier; The Human Genome Project, and how it could change modern medicine Listen now

During Eielson visit, Defense Secretary Mattis highlights Alaska's strategic military role; Kodiak-based Coast Guard intercepts illegal Chinese fishing vessel; Hundreds of fisherman urge President Trump to get involved in Pacific Salmon Treaty negotiations; Gov. Walker signs bill to help villages run background checks on police; Report: Tsunami response system has flaws in warning of disasters; Two Alaska projects selected for federal marine energy innovation grant funds; Guiding peers on the path to recovery from addiction Listen now

Anchorage police arrest dozens in 'Operation Midnight Sun'; State is one step closer to getting a gas pipeline, but not the Walker administration wants; Search still on for bear that killed one, mauled another in Eagle River; Power lunch: US senators transfixed by Bear Cam; Whale collides with ferry Tustumena; Holland America cruise in Alaska hit by norovirus; A series of recent deaths puts an entire village behind on subsistence fishing; Searching for closure on Colony Glacier; AK: Bristol Bay fishing captains 'speed hire' to find their perfect match; 49 Voices: Nicolai Alokli of Kodiak Listen now

What they mean when they say 'immigration problem'; In Alaska, family separations evoke past trauma; Fansler sentenced to year of probation, alcohol treatment and community service; State receives $56 million in federal relief for 2016 pink salmon season disaster; Farm bill with large changes to food stamps narrowly passes the US House; Crews tackle small wildfire in Ketchikan; Southcentral king salmon sport fishing closures continue; Climate change may have sparked human migration into Interior Alaska, UAF study finds; Spike in shipping costs has Southeast businesses up in arms; Kake to reuse historic cannery for tourism; At the top of the world, an international field school for research students Listen now

One dead, another injured, after Eagle River brown bear attacks; Alaska delegation mulls Trump order keeping children detained with parents; Sitka salmon fleet to Governor Walker: “Don’t sign a bad treaty”; Two coal-seam fires merge to form rapidly-growing wildfire near Healy; State: Permafrost melt from Arctic broadband projects violated permits; Amid criticism of homeless camps, Anchorage officials weigh aggressive policy change; EPA rollbacks of cleanup regulations for mining companies draw ire of environmental groups; University of Alaska moves forward with Chilkat Valley timber sale Listen now

Alaska senators veer apart on family separations; Accused of 2016 murders, Palmer man faces possible death sentence; Walker asks Trump administration to protect those with pre-existing conditions; ASMI says Chinese tariff increase will not apply to secondary processing; New Alaska regs requires oil and gas wells anchor below permafrost; AEL&P to share the wealth from corporate tax cut; Palin's son moves to court program after assaulting father; Bolger picked to be new Alaska Supreme Court chief justice; Kalskag negotiating new subsistence fishing regulations with Kuskokwim fishery managers; Campbell Creek Science Center offers reward for information on stolen mammoth tusk; Tour guides, bear hunters seek solutions after tourists witness a hunt in the Tongass Listen now