A wide waterfall with bears hunting salmon

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, October 2, 2020

Lawyers argue Alaskans shouldn't need a witness to sign their ballot during a pandemic. And, needy Alaska communities get connected with fishermen unable to sell their fish. Plus, scientists say climate change is leading sea urchins to devour reefs in the Aleutian Islands.
A woman stands to the side of a fishing boat named Axel leaning with her hand on the boat

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, October 1, 2020

Lawyers argue Alaskans shouldn't need a witness to sign their ballot during a pandemic. And, needy Alaska communities get connected with fishermen unable to sell their fish. Plus, scientists say climate change is leading sea urchins to devour reefs in the Aleutian Islands.
A man in a suit faces a woman in a suit. they are in a wood-paneled room in front of a fireplace with a U.S. flag beside it.

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, September 30, 2020

Alaska Senator Dan Sullivan says he's impressed with Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett. And, an Anchorage homeless woman's photo sparks a conversation about mental health. Plus, thinning sea ice leads to more bowhead whales killed by orcas.
a sign that says "Wipe on Wipe off" in the corridor leading to the movie theater. A family walks at the end.

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, September 29, 2020

With jury trials suspended for months, some Alaskans' lives are on hold, in pre-trial detention. And, some Anchorage residents spend a night out at recently reopened movie theaters. Plus, a new trail in Soldotna attracts different users.

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, September 28, 2020

A coronavirus pause on jury trials for six months and counting leaves some Alaskans waiting for their day in court. And, inmates in Juneau say programming has been limited too much during the pandemic. Plus, weak salmon runs this year threaten the dog mushing along the Yukon.
The wooden sign at Russian Jack Springs Park of DeBarr Road.

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, September 25, 2020

The Trump administration plans to rollback the long-debated Roadless Rule. And, Bethel leaders focus on incentives rather than enforcement-- in getting residents tested for Covid-19. Plus, wildlife officials in Anchorage are looking for a bear that charged some young campers- and then ran.
Three tarot cards next to each other one of a woman in childs pose under water, another of a humpback whale, and another o two birds in a nest.

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, September 24, 2020

Alaskans will soon vote on a measure that could change the state's election process. And, building a unique-to-Alaska deck of tarot cards. Plus, researchers consider the effect of wild fires on mental health.
A white, fluffy headed alpaca looks directly into the camera.

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, September 23, 2020

Pebble CEO Tom Collier resigns amid blowback from secret recordings. And, Anchorage teachers express concern over reopening plans. Plus, an Anchorage bear breaks into the Alaska Zoo and kills an alpaca.
Child wears mask while other children swing on swing set

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, September 22, 2020

Senator Lisa Murkowski says she can't rule out voting on a Supreme Court nominee. And, how is in-person schooling going in the Mat-Su school district? Plus, checking in on winter snow predictions.

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, September 21, 2020

Pebble Mine executives were caught on tape saying Alaska's senators aren't an obstacle to the project. And, one of the state's largest glaciers is melting so fast it could create a new body of water. Plus, Alaskans across the state mourn Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
A woman speaks to someone in a wheelchair. On the back of the wheelchair is a sign that reads, "I'll take dangerous freedom over peaceful tyranny!"

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, September 18, 2020

Alaska Senator Murkowski declares her intention to wait until after the election to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died today. And, a Facebook group called "Save Anchorage" has grown into a political force. Plus, Anchorage families react to the school district's in-person learning plan.
Close up shot of a woman with dark hair and eyeglasses looking into the distance

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, September 17, 2020

Dr. Anne Zink discusses the past six months of the pandemic and what's to come. And, more than a quarter of Alaska communities haven't claimed their share of the state's federal pandemic aid. Plus, a new trail project puts young Anchorage residents to work.
A woman stands in front of a sign that reads "Alaska Regional Hospital" and a building

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, September 16, 2020

Oil prices remain low with no increase in sight. Plus, with fall coming, Anchorage hospitals keep an eye on COVID-19 numbers. And young bears are causing lots of problems in Juneau.
A Kanye sign next to two other political signs with a sign for Espresso Expressions in the background

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, September 15, 2020

Teachers in the Mat-Su school district inch toward a strike. And, the U.S. Forest Service attempts a new version of a timber sale that was halted by a federal court. Plus, who in Anchorage is campaigning for a Kanye West presidency?
Man sits next to sign that reads "Let me see her!!"

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, September 14, 2020

Alaska leaders talk about what they've learned about COVID, six months into the Pandemic. And, a Kodiak man camps outside of Anchorage’s Providence Hospital in hopes of seeing his daughter in the intensive care unit. Plus, the pandemic forces a village in Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta to fight a fire on its own.
A man and a woman talk over a gift basket

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, September 11, 2020

Alaska tribes go to court to exclude Alaska Native Corporations from CARES Act relief funds. And, a rare animal surprises Bristol Bay residents. Plus, an Anchorage woman commemorates 9/11.
A woman in a classroom smiles and gives two thumbs up to the camera on her laptop

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, September 10, 2020

The woman propositioned by former Lieutenant Governor Byron Mallot, tells her story to the Anchorage Daily News. And, Senator Lisa Murkowski on reports that President Trump downplayed the danger of the pandemic. Plus, the Anchorage School District moves to get kids back into classrooms.
A pipeline stretching toward a sunset

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, September 9, 2020

A federal judge blocks a request to require an absentee ballot application be sent to every Alaskan voter. And, the oil industry isn't worried about several lawsuits over drilling in ANWR and the NPR-A. Plus, Juneau struggles to find a place for its cold weather homeless shelter.
picture of three high school male students playing League of Legends in an eSports lounge at the University of Alaska Anchorage

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, September 8, 2020

What can we learn about how Alaskans are experiencing unemployment? And, a new podcast with a familiar voice explores climate change solutions in the U.S and beyond. Plus, competitive video gaming grows at University of Alaska Fairbanks.
A rallygoer sits on the ground in front of a crowd of people with a sign that reads "In solidarity we build beloved community"

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, September 7, 2020

Hundreds gather in Anchorage for the anniversary of the March on Washington. And, how pandemic misinformation is playing out in Alaska. Plus, two winter sports groups are battling over trail access in Juneau.