Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, Jan. 17, 2019

Those 20 'new' interceptors Trump wants in Alaska? They're not NEW new; House chooses Neal Foster as temporary speaker, but there’s still no majority; Federal government shutdown makes safety on the Kuskokwim more expensive; Mat-Su emergency services director resigns with incendiary letter; Murkowski, Young and state attorney general call on court to uphold Indian Child Welfare Act; Cruise lines, Juneau still at odds over passenger fee ruling; Igiugig will test RivGen hydropower through the winter; After multiple delays, Unalaska's city dock is open for business; Alaska Community Foundation raises $100M to support statewide nonprofits; How Bethel created four-time K300 Sled Dog Race champ Pete Kaiser

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Legislature making little public progress; education bill dies in House; educators debate rural school challenges; NTSB says plane hit eagle before crashing; wildfire spotted near Wasilla; Sitka property hit by landslide taxable; liquor store opens in Sitka; researchers assessing ash over Kodiak

Alaska News Nightly: July 9, 2007

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Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, April 16, 2019

Legislature to decide on Dunleavy appointees tomorrow; Union sues to block API privatization plan; Final Pebble hearing draws mix of views; Troopers: Seward man fatally shot 2 men in van; Man held in Mexican jail for 7 years after fleeing state for bank robbery to be sentenced in Alaska; State ferry reshaping study stalls as coastal lawmakers remain skeptical; 3 finalists for Fairbanks Police chief make their cases during public meeting; Kodiak goat dairy faces an uncertain future amid proposed budget cuts; Yup’ik literacy reaches new heights in spelling bee

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, Jan. 24, 2019

Alaska's US senators veer apart on shutdown votes; Shutdown puts strain on some Alaska Native tribes and tribal organizations; Dunleavy appointee accused of lying about his credentials; Dunleavy appoints marijuana critic to pot board; State trooper charged with illegal use of computer; Sitka police chief asks assembly to raise officer salaries in response to turnover; Alaska notifies 87,000 people after computer security breach; Federal court employees to work without pay if shutdown extends to February; Sea lion bites fisherman's leg in Southwest Alaska; Cordova's Ice Worm festival to commence this weekend; Russian Orthodox Christians celebrate Theophany on icy Kuskokwim

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, Feb. 14, 2019

After a month of deadlock, Bryce Edgmon selected as state House speaker; Among Dunleavy's proposed DOC cuts, sending 500 prisoners out of state; Dunleavy floats deep cuts, privatization of ferry system; Findings released regarding governor’s bid to fire state oil and gas watchdog chair; Rep. Young sponsors bill to bring back deported vets; Marijuana Control Board nominee draws fire from industry; Storms erode Bering Sea ice pack; caution is urged; Calista shareholders voice dissent over Donlin Mine in letter to board; U.S. Air Force ‘barren lands’ survival course teaches how to stay alive in Arctic wilderness; 2019 World Ice Art Championships kick off in Fairbanks

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, March 18, 2019

Green New Deal? Murkowski says no, opts for middle way on climate; State report confirms troubles with handling violence at state's only psychiatric hospital; Republicans leave school budget subcommittee in protest over process; State forecasts higher oil prices, lower production in spring update; Ft. Wainwright soldier dies in wreck off Parks Highway; Scientists question whether Fish and Game’s massive hatchery salmon study is biased; Court rules against Klukwan, conservation groups in permitting lawsuit; Alaska lawmakers learn about a subsistence superfood; New UAF research may be groundbreaking for electronic data storage; Lead facilitator of Anchorage youth leadership program to retire after 22 years

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, April 30, 2018

Charges: Alaska State Trooper tried to meet 16-year-old girl for sex; Sixteen young Alaskans hope courts can force the state to act on climate change; Legislature passes bill lowering bond amounts in order to pay pensions; Before the flames: Alaska firefighters prep for wildfire season; Reception mixed on ASD proposal to switch school start times around; How tourists could see the Mendenhall Glacier after it retreats; Wolf kills dog along Brotherhood Bridge Trail in Juneau; Assembly takes up high cost of Anchorage childcare; Octopus eggs hatch at Alaska SeaLife Center; Friendly competition and sibling rivalry abound at Native Youth Olympics Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, March 1, 2019

Dividend paybacks meet opposition in public testimony; Proposed initiative would move Legislature to Anchorage; Alaska’s seafood industry says the US-China trade war is costing it dearly; Fairbanks city mayor vetoes anti-discrimination ordinance; Senate bill prods EPA on PFAS contamination; North Pole lake tests positive for PFAS contamination; Months after quake, some Southcentral residents just starting recovery; Sea ice almost gone in Norton Sound; conditions ‘uncannily similar’ to last March; AK: Taking a ride with the last dog team left in Utqiaġvik; 49 Voices: Katy Miller of Eek

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, April 2, 2019

Lawsuit seeks to eliminate Medicaid application backlog; Seeking hidden 'pockets of oil', BP takes on a massive project at Prudhoe Bay; Police: Man shot, killed after pointing BB gun at officers; UA President Johnsen recommends closing UAA College of Education, amid accreditation debacle; Pre-K schools in Southeast Alaska wait for better budget news; In response to high case backlog, Juneau judge begins term ; Ask A Climatologist: 2019 had warmest March on record in Alaska

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, Jan. 16, 2019

Dunleavy seeks PFD back payments over three years; Democrats demand Trump administration stop offshore oil leasing work during shutdown; Communities reliant on Coast Guard services feel the pain of the federal gov. shutdown; Fairbanks man charged with murdering his mother; State says it will temporarily recognize teaching license recommendations from UAA, amid accreditation loss; State Board of Game votes down changes to moose hunting season; Military’s remote Cold War radars face a new threat: climate change; Bethel's children advocacy center takes a big step toward national accreditation; Juneau has no plans to add fluoride to water following study; On Alaska's stately birds, some ponder the beguiling raven

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, Mar. 23, 2016

Savings on tax credits for oil and gas not as high as proposed; Canadian company seeks building railroad linking with Trans-Alaska Pipeline; bill banning sex ed from abortion providers moves forward in House; several groups criticize Walker's handling of fisheries; retreating sea ice: good for walruses, bad for indigenous communities; Sitka basketball team rescues six-plex occupants from fire; 'The Grand Bargain' seeks to improve Sitka communities; rare Aluutiq quiver now part of Kodiak Museum; Skagway to host largest cruise ship to sail Alaska waters Download Audio

Alaska News Nightly: July 11, 2007

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Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, April 17, 2019

Legislature confirms all of Gov. Dunleavy’s commissioners; Cost to move Legislature could be up to $45M if state builds office, analysts find; Murkowski calls for many 'silver bullets' to tackle climate change; Glennallen man selected to lead Denali Commission; North Pole High 'bathroom incident' raises concerns over bullying, policy; Southeast captain admits to dumping 8 tons of waste overboard; State dials back PFAS response standard; Homer Rep. Vance looks into Board of Fish vote on Cook Inlet meeting location; Juneau high schoolers headed to world robotics championship; American Ninja Warriors Nate DeHaan and Nick Hanson talk friendship and representing rural Alaska

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, Feb. 1, 2019

Calls for 'vigilance' on Russian military buildup in Arctic; Governor's mid-year budget bill cuts VPSO recruitment funds; Coast Guard crew member dies in accident on Homer Spit; Medical community mourns loss of missing Guardian Flight colleagues; Klawock mayor pleads guilty to soliciting prostitution; Survey will monitor cruise ship emissions in downtown Juneau this summer; 12 rookie mushers prepare to tackle Yukon Quest trail; ‘Life is going to spring back to us’: the sun returns to Utqiaġvik; AK: Hunters sleep in Bethel parking lot to get muskox permits; 49 Voices: Peter Atchak of Bethel

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, Feb. 15, 2019

Trump's wall could drain money from Alaska military projects; Legislative finance gets ready to release its version of Dunleavy’s new budget; Alaska fishing towns would forfeit $28M in fish tax under Dunleavy budget; Alaska troopers announce cold-case murder arrest; Alaska court strikes down 'medically necessary' abortion law; Multi-partisan House majority takes shape; EPA to establish PFAS contamination level for drinking water; AK: Resurrecting the 52-year-old pipe organ at Fort Greeley's chapel; 49 Voices: Claude Bondy of Cantwell

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Black box recovered from crashed Southeast flight; Conservative group hosting Dunleavy fiscal policy events; At DEC nominee Brune's confirmation hearing, public testimony centered on Pebble ties; Owner of B.C. gold mine near Taku River courts investors; Anchorage lawmakers weigh options for $1.9B port modernization project; Anchorage School Board votes to repair two quake-damaged Eagle River schools; Fish and Game seeks to understand genetic differences between pink salmon populations; Men’s group forms in Homer to foster healthy masculinity but getting new members is a challenge; Kaiser gets hero's welcome in Bethel

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, April 10, 2018

Former Planned Parenthood worker rejected for midwives board; Facebook CEO dodges Sullivan's softball; Imprisoned militia leader Schaeffer Cox petitions Supreme Court to review conviction; Trump picks Anchorage attorney for District Court; NTSB releases report on 2017 Hageland Aviation crash; State Senate makes small cut to ferry system budget; University of Alaska extends comment period for proposed timber sale near Haines, Klukwan; John Active retires from KYUK; Building resilience through basketballs and berries Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, March 4, 2019

Trump briefly touts ANWR drilling in CPAC speech; USCG report blames Destination sinking on overloading, outdated stability book; Search team investigates potential piece of missing Guardian Flight plane; Winter storms flood houses in Nunapitchuk and Kotlik; Fairbanks man sentenced for stealing $300K from nonprofit; Report: Alaska construction spending expected to increase; After running out of time for those signed up, state adds two public testimony hearings for budget; At Anchorage hearing, Alaskans protest Dunleavy budget proposal, advocate for income tax; STA requests state Supreme Court reversal on injunction denial; Trooper say 1 dead in Aniak residential fire; Nic Petit takes early lead out of Rainy Pass; This year, about one in five Iditarod mushers is new to the race; Musher Mike Williams Jr. spending this Iditarod at home with family and dogs

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, April 3, 2019

VAWA bill would create limited 'Indian Country' for 5 Alaska tribes; Jurors hear rap song recorded by suspected police shooter; Alaska public defender says he plans to resign; The night a Guardian Flight vanished, the Coast Guard’s nearest helicopters couldn’t fly; Lawmakers amend budget to stop reimbursing municipalities for school bond debt; Aboard Alaska's endangered ferries, passengers fear a "giant step back in time"; At Iliamna Lake hearings, residents speak out on Pebble Mine; Anchorage keeps liberal-leaning Assembly, says no to alcohol tax in initial municipal results