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

Two Utqiaġvik whaling crew members die in apparent whaling accident; Public safety persists as top issue for Y-K Delta tribes; Poll shows challenger closing in on Rep. Young; Republican Governors Association plays dominant role in Alaska campaign funding ; ConocoPhillips heralds first oil at Alaska petroleum reserve; Ask A Climatologist: How much would society have to adjust to curb climate change?; How much can a city like Anchorage cut down on carbon?  ; Kenai invocation policy ruled unconstitutional; Anchorage School Board votes not to change school start times; NPFMC may impose regulations on Southeast and GOA rental boats; Beadnose 409 crowned as the 2018 Fat Bear Week champion Listen now

Alaska GOP vows 'significant response' against Murkowski; Campaign finance enforcers fine Republican Governors Association and Dunleavy support group; Dunleavy receives endorsement from Public Safety Employees Association; In Interior Alaska, reinvestment in coal power runs counter to national trend; August marijuana tax revenue hits $1.5 million in Alaska; Topkok prevails in appeal, will join Nome City Council; challenge over residency is overturned; Praise and opposition over the progress of the Donlin gold mine; Alaska tribes gather together to celebrate Indigenous Peoples Day; Roadless advocates pack Tongass hearing; Chignik salmon fisheries made $3000 between six permits in 2018 Listen now

In preliminary vote, Murkowski is sole Republican 'no' vote on advancing Kavanaugh; Three-way race for governor complicates campaign strategies; Key Alaska seafood products dropped from list of Chinese tariffs; Former ADN owner reaches settlement in bankruptcy case; Katmai kicks off 'Fat Bear Week,' polls are open ; AK: Lt. Gov. Mallott remembers John Active’s contributions to language revitalization; 49 Voices: Steve Henrikson of Juneau Listen now

Alaskans take flight in last-minute push to persuade Murkowski to vote no on Kavanaugh; As Alaskans receive PFD checks, lower amount still politically contentious; Assessing the state of Alaska's recession; Troopers identify 3 men killed in Alaska highway crash; Coast Guard investigates Kodiak members in illicit drug case; Fairbanks Four bring civil case before court; Ravn owner bids highest for PenAir; Bethel local option failed. So, what’s next?; Toxic PCBs threaten orcas around the world; Cruise season ends as industry looks to see even more visitors next year; Sitka research partnership wins $2.1 million for landslide prediction Listen now

FEMA assesses issues after national emergency alert test; Bryce Ward wins 4-way race for Fairbanks North Star Borough Mayor; Sitka and Juneau elect new mayors in municipal elections; Bethel local option fails in unofficial election results; Man shot in front of Anchorage elementary school; suspect in custody; $5M in federal money coming to combat Alaska drug trafficking; Arctic sea ice minimum continues; downward trend, with implications beyond the Arctic; Kodiak district approves closure plan for rural school; Ketchikan union, school district agree to mediation meetings; To institutional gatekeepers, indigenous artists say, ‘share your power’; Alaska nurses help with hurricane relief in North Carolina Listen now

Kavanaugh confirmation uncertainty brings record number of calls to Sen. Murkowski; Juneau forum highlight's similarities in Walker and Begich voter bases; State won't charge officers in fatal 2017 shooting of Fairbanks man; Kansas congressional candidate’s adventure claims challenged; Girdwood hosting indigenous people's convention, discussing climate change; Alaska's top federal prosecutor highlights cooperation between law enforcement agencies; Senate subcommittee holds PFAS hearing; Eielson releases economic plan for incoming F-35s; Bethel man fined $100 for advertising moose meat for sale on Facebook; PenAir goes up for auction Wednesday; SeaWorld: Beluga rescued off Alaska thrives at theme park Listen now

Walker would seek tougher penalties for drug and sex crimes; Head of Alaska State Troopers stepping down; In Northwest Alaska, Red Dog Mine plans pads, 10-mile road to access new prospects; Man reported missing from Seattle-based fishing boat; Hecla mine reports contract employee killed in fatal bear mauling; Anchorage, cooperative finalize terms of $1B utility sale; Walker announces members of Roadless Rule committee; General’s visit signals a more robust National Guard in rural Alaska; Petersburg voters to decide on senior sales tax Listen now

Murkowski supports call for FBI investigation of Kavanaugh accusations; Protesters gather at Murkowski’s Alaska offices asking her to torpedo Trump’s Supreme Court pick; Sullivan undergoes emergency appendectomy, in 'good health' following procedure; Permanent Fund managers to look for in-state investment opportunities; Alaska teacher charged with abusing minors; Bethel man ordered to appear in court for advertising moose meat on Facebook; Army Corps of Engineers proposes plan to reinforce Chena River dam; Feds grant $10M to Juneau airport to replace support building with ‘serious life safety hazards’; Engaging with culture: Native Charter School teacher nominated for Alaska Teacher of the Year; AK: Nerdiness and fandom abound at Anchorage's 13th Annual Senshi Con; 49 Voices: Janis Stoner, the state's first land surveyor Listen now

Murkowski said to find Kavanaugh accuser 'very credible'; After one year, Feds examine how DOT takeover of environmental reviews is working; Mount Polley engineers face disciplinary hearings; Bank employee suspected of stealing $4.3M extradited to US; Lava continues to flow from Mount Veniaminof; Former Providence Hospital CEO now working to reduce Anchorage homelessness; Showcasing your work: Eagle River art teacher nominated for Alaska Teacher of the Year; Haines Borough Assembly discusses Alaska Excursions tour permit; ‘Bush Blues’: An ordinary cop solves crimes in an extraordinary world Listen now

Murkowski: Kavanaugh debate now about 'victims and their ability to tell their story'; Fairbanks City Council greenlights reality show showcasing local police; Alaska has a climate change policy. Now what?; Supporters outnumber opponents in salmon habitat ballot initiative public hearing; Science around the house: Houston High teacher nominated for Alaska Teacher of the Year; Homer City Council revisits plastic bag ban; ‘Quite an influx’: Numerous army convoys to traverse highway for big training exercise; The man who translates climate change data for Alaskans is retiring. Here’s a Q&A Listen now

Alaskans arrested in anti-Kavanaugh protest at US Senate; State faces $200 million in budget costs just to stand still; Chinese tariffs hit Southeast Alaska’s struggling timber industry; Hackers are selling Alaska Air, other airline miles for cheap on the dark web; Larsen Bay School to close, Karluk School may be next; Passion for identity: Mt. Edgecumbe science teacher nominated for Alaska Teacher of the Year; Ask a Climatologist: What is Alaska fall so short?; Climate predictions show a warmer October for the state this year Listen now

State charges 41-year-old in death of Kotzebue girl; Walker campaign says Republican-funded group didn’t disclose ad spending; Russian aircraft spotted near Alaska airspace for third time this month; Fairbanks hosts air quality conference, with wood stoves a contentious topic; In Fairbanks, building a home on permafrost with an uncertain future; Governor declares emergency for Alaska Native languages; Serving your community: Sand Point teacher nominated for Alaska Teacher of the Year; Petersburg Medical Center treat flu cases from cruise ship; Post-surge, Sitka assists electric customers with insurance claims Listen now

Man receives no jail time after being charged with felony assault, prompting outrage; Vandal prevents landing of medical flight at Alaska airport; State revises PFAS action level; Two men charged as feds crack case of missing Anchorage mammoth tusk; K300 Race Committee increases prize money in three races; Proxy hunters help harvest moose for those who can’t; AK: In rural communities, Village Police Officers face impossible job; 49 Voices: Riley Woodford of Juneau Listen now

Walker, Mallott say 'no' on Kavanaugh; Alaska getting more than $10M to fight opioid problem; This solar farm is built on oil industry money and some recycled drilling pipe; Three hackers get light sentences after working with the FBI; City of Sitka denies allegations in police whistleblower suit; Stand for Alaska files campaign complaint against salmon ballot backers; Bethel's 'Yes for Local Option' campaign begins to mobilize; State workgroup recommends more vitamin D for Alaskan children, pregnant women; Homer residents experiment with a tree from Alaska's prehistoric past Listen now

Murkowski keeps faith in Kavanaugh hearing; Man tied to Kotzebue girl's death appears in court; Opponents pack Anchorage hearing on salmon habitat ballot measure; After signs of concern, City of Wrangell says there’s no near threat to island’s dams; Nationwide emergency alerts postponed amid Hurricane Florence; CBD drinks are getting more popular. But are they legal?; In response to their high suicide rate, Mountain Village marches for hope Listen now

Juneau’s cruise passenger fee lawsuit heads toward trial; For methane researcher, golf course bubbles are a first; Courthouse attack won’t lead to more officers, but may increase vigilance; Local SAR reins in search for Stacey Hoagland while troopers gather more information; Calista denies wrongdoing in sexual harassment lawsuit; Former youth hockey treasurer sentenced for embezzlement; GVEA declares Healy 2 power plant operational; Alaska Native organizations receive federal grant for safe and healthy housing; Calls of bear sightings are up around Juneau. But why? Listen now