Today is election day; Y-K Delta one of nation's few areas where federal monitors will oversee voting compliance on Tuesday; A warming Arctic means a change of plans for offshore drilling project; Public comment closes on on-site consumption for marijuana retailers; Alaska village residents: Lack of housing hurting community; Sturgeon case heard in Supreme Court for second time; Anchorage official responds to transgender case; 'They need to happen.' Native women turn up the volume in violence, sexual assault conversations; Hundreds of frustrated Anchorage teachers stage walkout during school board meeting; Voting materials available in Alaska Native languages, Spanish, Tagalog; New glacial melt data collected from the ocean floor at Leconte Glacier Listen now

How will the next governor affect Permanent Fund Dividends?; Young and Galvin soldier through the last days of the election; As Alaska’s elections come down to wire, ads test limits of campaign finance laws; Meyer, Call bring different backgrounds as lieutenant governor candidates; Absentee, other ballots could leave Alaska governor’s race undecided Tuesday; Controversial ruling brings attention to judges on the ballot; Marijuana industry backing cannabis-friendly candidates, favors Kawasaki over Kelly Listen now

To cut crime, candidates weigh adding troopers, increasing drug treatment; Despite progress, Alaska lacks resources to handle rape kit backlog; Alaska urges British Columbia to toughen mining standards; An unusually high number of Black Alaskans are running for the Legislature -- and most are Republicans; First transgender women sworn into Fairbanks-area offices; Donlin Gold still waiting for big state permits; AK: Can opera help give closure to the Princess Sophia tragedy?; 49 Voices: Quinn Bennett of Anchorage Listen now

In last days of race for Congress, activists from both camps canvas through Anchorage; On education, candidates for governor have different priorities and styles; To carry out salmon habitat measure, Alaska must decide what ‘significant’ means; Alaska experienced drops in births, marriages in 2017; Flights between Russia and Alaska suspended; Anchorage community gathers to celebrate Bettye Davis's political legacy; Bristol Bay tribes call for significant changes in Dillingham hospital leadership; Feds propose Tongass old growth timber sale Listen now

Rabbi Michael Oblath of Congregation Beth Sholom said he asked police to send a patrol car to sit outside Saturday services for his congregation, which is the largest and oldest Jewish congregation in the state. In a phone interview with Alaska Public Media's Casey Grove on Monday, Oblath recounted how he heard the news, and what the congregation was talking about in its wake. Listen now

Meet the two men who have spent $700,000 trying to make Mike Dunleavy Alaska’s governor; Poll finds less than one percent margin in race for governor; Campaign filings show focus on Fairbanks Senate, House races; Utqiagvik fugitive in fatal shooting taken into custody; Woman struck, killed after stepping out of crashed vehicle; Open enrollment for individual health insurance begins Nov. 1; Gustavus households offered safe drinking water after latest PFAS scare; Public comments for onsite marijuana consumption due by Thursday evening; Amid growing global demand for aircraft mechanics, local training program opens in Y-K Delta; In Goodnews Bay, the Pledge of Allegiance is a way to speak Yup’ik in school Listen now

Begich spent four years as a consultant. As governor, he could sign bills affecting former clients; Kelly, Kawasaki clash over budget, Medicaid, climate change in last debate before election; Alaska fugitive charged with 2nd degree murder, assault; Alaskans rally in support of youth climate lawsuit, currently in limbo; Sen. Murkowski talks aviation, climate change in Bethel visit; UAS sees increase in first-year students, career and technical education enrollment; Ask a Climatologist: Much of Alaska finally sees snow Listen now

Tensions show in Young-Galvin debate, and not just between the candidates; Hillary Clinton endorses Mark Begich for governor; Coast Guard medevacs hiker mauled by bear on Afognak Island; Kanakanak Hospital pharmacy puts patients in "immediate jeopardy," survey finds; State taking over Fairbanks air quality regulation; Anchorage rabbi reacts to Pittsburgh synagogue mass shooting; 'Fairbanks Four' to appeal rejected lawsuit vs. city, police; Haines Police ordered to stop responding to calls outside the townsite; Alaska Native Cultural Charter School teacher selected as Alaska Teacher of the Year; Marine pilots put megaships to the test in Southeast Alaska; Denali National Park considers upgrading infrastrcture

Gov. Walker reflects on what's next following his gubernatorial tenure; From Trump and tribes to Grammy-winning rock bands: Dunleavy and Begich receive varying endorsements; Will Alaska’s new governor keep Walker’s climate team?; Five Alaska volcanoes listed as 'very high threat'; Memorandum of understanding reached between IGU and Siemens; Why isn't the Princess Sophia disaster more well known? Listen now

Trump administration approves first oil production in federal Arctic waters; Anchorage Catholic Archdiocese announces investigation into sexual abuse within church; Sitka man faces felony charges for allegedly firing upon state troopers ; Anchorage Assembly approves police move into former LIO building; Two earthquakes rock YK Delta; State delays scheduled Seward Highway closures until spring; The mystery landscape of Ohmer Creek’s flood plain explained; Through digital storytelling, Bristol Bay students uncover the NN Cannery's history; How the Princess Sophia grounded and sank with all aboard 100 years ago Listen now

Standoff involving suicidal man in front of Fairbanks Memorial Hospital ends peacefully; District court dismisses Fairbanks Four suit against city ; Proposed Barrick Gold merger could have effects on Donline Mine; Poll numbers show a narrower race for governor following Walker's departure; Village of Buckland set to switch on new solar plant to offset fuel costs; Night closures planned for Seward Highway culvert work; Vote early to get one of Juneau artist Pat Race’s ‘I voted’ stickers; Needle exchange hopes to install sharp disposal boxes in Homer bathrooms; New for-profit Juneau addiction clinic has some locals concerned Listen now

Report: Ex-Anchorage cop suing city interfered with Alaska National Guard investigation; Division of Elections says absentee ballots cast for Walker are final; State's largest union endorses Begich after previously throwing support behind Walker; Alaska senators address AFN on convention's final day; Anchorage School District, union continue contract talks; St. Paul rat evades team of eradication experts; Possible 'green' Halloween on the horizon in Fairbanks; Bald Mountain Air ordered to pay $500,000 in whistleblower case; Petersburg’s assembly, hospital board meet again on future of the facility Listen now

Gov. Walker suspends campaign for reelection in AFN announcement; Defending Native women from violence remains hot topic at AFN; What's the deal with Murkowski's 'present' vote?; Debris slide closes road into Denali National Park; New report compares Alaska's recession to other energy-dependent states; After decades of ineligibility, Diomede finally included in Essential Air Service; AK: Vusi Mahlasela, 'The Voice,' sings for Hiland; 49 Voices: Nolan Charles of Toksook Bay Listen now

Walker remains in the race — for now; Apology from Gov. Walker over historical trauma highlights day one of annual AFN convention; Tara Sweeney returns to AFN, now representing feds; Ex juvenile official charged with possessing child pornography; Anchorage School District enters mediation with teachers union over contracts; Seward prepares for emergency declaration as flooding continues; Seismologist says earthquake may have triggered mudslide on the Haines Highway; Fairbanks commission calls for more sustainable practices; Some Board of Fish members express interest in limiting hatchery production; In small town Alaska, conflicts of interest a tricky subject Listen now

Democrats would like to see Walker step aside in campaign; Begich discusses campaign viability, ‘path forward’; Lt. Gov. Davidson delivers first public speech in new position; State regulators to Alaska lobbyist: Stop helping candidates raise money; 35th Elders and Youth conference wraps up; Bethel VPO to be honored for improving the lives of Alaska Native women and children; Ester hosts meeting to discuss high levels of arsenic; Ask a Climatologist: Why hasn't it snowed in Fairbanks yet? Listen now

Byron Mallott resigns; Feds approve second Conoco oil project in National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska; Elders and Youth conference continues in Anchorage; Sitka police officer files suit; DEA hosts Fairbanks opioid summit; Togiak tribal authorities seize smuggled alcohol; Rural Alaska populations on the rise; Petersburg Assembly rejects Tongass timber sale audit Listen now

Indicators mixed in US House race; ConocoPhillips Alaska CEO says wave of oil production coming to North Slope; 'Our ancestors are our fire': Elders and Youth conference kicks off in Anchorage; Despite legality in Canada, border-crossing with marijuana still will be illegal; Gubernatorial campaigns present their ideas on how to improve Alaska rural public safety; Board of Fish agenda heavy with hatchery issues; Seldovia woman fends off bear inside her home with a broom; Aniak airport construction raises fears of flooding in spring; Redefining sports: Petersburg High School supports starting a video gaming team Listen now

Amid a shortage of hospital beds, psychiatric patients put in jails; Ex-hospital officials claim whistleblowing led to firing; BBNC will remain neutral on Ballot Measure 1; Census Bureau looking for rural Alaskans to help with the next big count; 'It's become politicized': advocates give notice of lawsuit to clean up Fairbanks air; 'What Happened in Craig': Trying to piece together one of the state's most perplexing murder mysteries; Elders and Youth, AFN kick off in Anchorage next week; AK: Ketchikan students focus on 'Sense of Place' in Indigenous Peoples Day celebration; 49 Voices: Gloria Johnson of Anchorage Listen now

Trump signs Sullivan bill aimed at reducing plastic waste in ocean; AVCP passes one resolution in annual convention, tables others; State receives federal funds to help tribal courts; Alaska delegation urges Pompeo to take up transboundary mining concerns; Nome city manager placed on administrative leave after harassment claim; Anchorage airport looks at building a new cargo handling center; 'A Normal Life': Navigating life after tragedy; Alaska plans changes to how it taxes marijuana; Rocket launch planned at Kodiak's Pacific Spaceport Complex; Bristol Bay red king crab quota down 35 percent; B.C. tribe sues U.S. barge company over 2016 spill Listen now

Alaska law says lobbyists can’t fundraise for candidates. But the invitations keep coming; Murkowski back in GOP fold on health care; Murkowski on Trump: I know Alaska 'better than he does'; Mat-Su teacher accused of sexual misconduct with children, district reaching out to families; Superior court judge rules against Kenai Peninsula Borough in invocation case; Candidates for governor make case for state tourism industry; Canadian company to purchase Alyeska Resort; B.C. tribe sues U.S. barge company over 2016 spill; 62.3 million: Bristol Bay’s 2018 salmon season the largest ever Listen now