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Alaska News Nightly: Friday, March 12, 2021

Alaska's Senate president gets a COVID-19 wake-up call after his top aide is hospitalized. And, a river rescue at an Iditarod checkpoint. Plus, Anchorage's homeless population is getting vaccinated.

Alaska News Nightly: June 17, 2010

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Alaska News Nightly: September 17, 2013

Southeast Alaska Experiencing Strong Economic Growth; Search Continues For New Major Partner For Pebble Mine; Delegation Skeptical Of Pebble’s Future; ConocoPhillips Evaluating Request To Reopen Kenai Peninsula LNG Facility; No State Aid In Sight For St. Lawrence Island Communities After Disaster Declaration; Fairbanks Voters To Decide On 2 School Bond Propositions; Muni Rejects Union Dues Initiative; Alaska Supreme Court To Consider Healy-Area LNG License Appeal; Minnesota Man Completes 5,000 Canoe Trek Download Audio

Alaska News Nightly: February 2, 2015

Sex Workers Want Lobbyist; GOP Forecasts Special Session; Arctic Standards Not Ready; Earthquakes Shake Pribilof Islands; Child Center Leaving UAA; Regional to Open Mountain View Clinic; Erin's Law Gets Second Look; Poor Design Led to Pond Failure; Vets Check Yukon Quest Dogs Download Audio

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, Jan. 30, 2019

Search continues for missing medevac plane near Kake; Death of Coast Guard member sparks investigation in Unalaska; Dunleavy proposes constitutional amendments to enshrine PFDs, require public support for taxes, cap spending; Ferry system would lose millions under proposed Dunleavy budget; Interior delays public comment deadline for ANWR oil leasing; Pebble boosts spending to lobby feds; Rep. Young loses committee chairmanship; Valhalla strip mall closed for biz, even two months after quake; Ask an Economist: Growth and uncertainty for Alaska's cannabis industry; Willow 300 cancelled due to poor trail conditions; Alaska Communications planning to repair, replace slowly toppling telephone poles; Chicago, Midwest deals with Fairbanks-level cold snap

Alaska News Nightly: March 12, 2010

Photo by Tim Bodony, APRN Jeff King leads the Iditarod. He was the first in to Ruby on Friday. Individual news stories are posted in...

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, September 24, 2021

COVID-19 shows no sign of letting up in Alaska, which still has the nation's highest rate of infection. Also, the coronavirus is keeping school nurses very busy this school year. And military commanders at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson are taking stronger COVID precautions than the surrounding community.
A car parked waiting for a Covid test at the former Golden Lion Hotel in Anchorage

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, February 16, 2022

COVID cases and hospitalizations continue to drop. Also, some tribal organizations feel left out of the state's new bycatch task force. And after surviving an avalanche, an Alaskan writer faces post-traumatic stress and grief.

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, Dec. 31, 2018

Government shutdown, if it continues, could cost Alaska’s lucrative Bering Sea fisheries; Study: Coho salmon sense of smell diminishes as CO2 enters North Pacific Ocean; State gasline corporation to miss key deadline with Chinese partners; UA officials react to proposed Trump Title IX changes; University of Alaska sets goal to improve teacher retention; Alaska winter tourism gains popularity; Hecla Greens Creek wants to close mine to hunters; Students learn survival skills over winter break in Haines; 'Bill Sheffield: A Memoir, From the Great Depression to the Governor’s Mansion and Beyond'

Alaska News Nightly: August 27, 2007

The leaky Governor's mansion in Juneau is about to get an expensive -- but much needed -- renovation. Plus, a scientist recounts an exciting...

Alaska News Nightly: August 31, 2012

One Dead, One Missing, Two Safe After FV Advantage Sinks; Pentagon Considering Legal Action Against Former Navy SEAL Author; Rain Raises Flood Concerns in the Interior; Homer Woman Crowned Mrs. America; Naknek Man Heading To U.S. Triathlon Championships; Gary Gray Named UAF Athletic Director; Telecommunications Issues Causing Problems In Wales; AK: Hot Springs; 300 Villages: Klukwan

Alaska News Nightly: February 3, 2012

Missing Anchorage Woman Case Being Treated As Possible Abduction, Subsidized Air Travel In Alaska Included in FAA Reauthorization Bill, Veteran Employment Measure Passes House, Senate, Iditarod Trail Altered To Avoid ‘Happy River Steps’, Brevig Mission Man Arrested After Shooting At House, Final Yukon Quest Preparations Taking Place, Weather Advisory In Place Over Steese Highway, Part of Yukon Quest Trail, Officials Urge Anchorage Residents to Stay Off Roads, Newly Discovered Ledgers Offer Insight Into Aleutian History, AK: The Science of Ice, 300 Villages: Anderson

Alaska News Nightly: August 14, 2008

Senator Steven's lawyers move to dismiss charges against him.  Also, Alaska Lobbyist, Ashley Reed is charged with failure to report his business activities before...

Alaska News Nightly: September 30, 2013

State Braces For Government Shutdown; Health Insurance Marketplaces Set To Open; YKHC Lays Off Workers, Cuts Programs; Alaska Tsunami Warning Center Gets New Name; Changes Coming Tuesday To Marine Weather Forecasts For Southwest Alaska; Wrangell Considers Sales Tax Decrease; Hotel Impossible Wraps Up Filming At Alaskan Hotel; Adventurer Publishes ‘Northern Exposures’ Book Download Audio

Alaska News Nightly: November 5, 2008

In the wake of the election we look at the still-undecided races for Alaska's Congressional seats. It could be more than a week before...

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, July 11, 2019

Lawmakers remain far apart, physically and politically, as clock winds down on veto overrides; Murkowski finds EPA criticism of Pebble Mine 'substantial'; Warmer waters believed to be main cause for dead pink salmon in Norton Sound; As polar bears encroach on this Alaska village, feds charge whaling captain with illegally shooting one; 'Who are the 100?' If budget vetoes stand, Anchorage shelter says it must choose who stays and who leaves; UAA students, staff respond to impending, unprecedented budget cuts; Smoke fouls Fairbanks, North Pole area; Premera Blue Cross pays states $10 million over data breach; Alaska communities debate proposed location of LNG project; University cuts could hurt state earthquake center; Artists call on Legislature to fund state arts council

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, Dec. 7, 2015

BOEM staffers say rush for Arctic study undermined their work; Juneau loses boundary dispute to Petersburg; UAA, Providence gripe over U-Med road decision; Tesoro's Flint Hills acquisition expected to streamline petroleum distribution; Tanacross hydropower project nets $500K federal grant; 'Deadbeat' Eklutna dam overdue for removal, group says; Bethel hopes housing initiative may help retain city workers; The real Sitka journey of Steinbeck’s ‘Doc Ricketts’ Download Audio

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, Aug. 7, 2019

Under 'Save Our State' banner, more than 25 organizations implore Dunleavy: No more vetoes; Ferry workers union explains why strike happened, and what workers gained from it; Ferry workers union explains why strike happened, and what workers gained from it; New Izembek land swap? New lawsuit, too.; Canadian authorities believe they've found bodies of 2 murder suspects; Man finds loaded AR-15 rifle along Anchorage bike path; Anchorage police officer faces two counts of child sexual abuse; Hilcorp clears some regulatory hurdles to conduct a seismic survey in lower Cook Inlet; Napakiak loses access to a main road As riverbank erosion persists; Citizen scientists sought for beluga monitoring effort; Erosion continues to eat away at Talkeetna riverfront; Honored nationally, a Juneau scientist helps Alaska fisheries managers see the bigger picture

Alaska News Nightly: March 25, 2015

Bill Stopping State Reimbursement Of New School Bonds Passes Alaska Senate; Alaska Senate Bill Would Treat Marijuana As Controlled Substance; Rep. Young Co-Sponsors Pot Bill to Let States Decide; Alaska Joins Investigation Into Premera Cyber Attack; MDA: Fort Greely Missile System Ready for Iran ICBMs, Too; Report: Ship Trouble in the Arctic on the Rise; Truck Rolls Over, Spills Fuel On Dalton Highway; Discovery Southeast honors teacher Allie Smith; Bethel Citizens Urge Council to Stop Liquor Stores; More Than Half Of Bering Strait Women Report Experiencing Violence In Their Lifetime Download Audio

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Weather conditions blamed in Prince of Wales plane crash, preliminary report says; F/V Kristi sinks near Clark’s Point, all on board survive; Parnell endorses Dunleavy for governor; Diesel fuel spills in Gambell after pipeline fails; New sheriff in town? Mat-Su policing discussion includes asking voters; Arctic without borders: Inuit Circumpolar Council meets in Utqiaġvik; Public comment period extended for proposed change to National Park Service bear baiting regulation; In Mountain Village, elder judges use restorative justice to find solutions; World Eskimo Indian Olympics kicks off in Fairbanks; Women aim for firearm mastery at Sitka pistol clinic Listen now