Protesting lack of new contracts, Anchorage teachers' union hosts walk-ins; Ahead of Tuesday primary, Republicans jockey for 'true conservative' clout; Supporters of full PFD aren’t clear how they’d pay for it; In District E, once-spurned Kowalke vies with outsider-turned-appointee Shower; New study says global models sharply underestimate permafrost emissions; What can Alaska learn from Connecticut’s green bank? Listen now

Walker administration doubles down as cyber-security experts warn of China’s threat to Alaska; Man in custody for fatal Alaska apartment fire; Alaska man faces life in prison for Florida airport shooting; Kodiak-based district sees challenger to caucus-switching Republican; Napakiak gets federal funding for erosion, climate change impacts; Cash from Congress will boost Alaska-based system that protects planes from volcanic ash; Unalaska approves plastic bag ban, to take effect Jan. 1; AK: One year after tragedy, stakes are high for Kake VPSOs; 49 Voices: Cece Esparza of Kodiak Listen now

Cyber-security firm says Alaska was targeted by Chinese cyber spies; State house candidate faces charges over food stamp benefits; NTSB releases initial report on deadly Alaska Range crash; Lieutenant governor candidate Grunwald was fired at height of National Guard scandal; Political support to play part in jury selection for trial; Democrat hopes to unseat Young with 'Medicare for all' campaign; Alaska marijuana board taking comment on onsite use draft; Alaska Marijuana Control Board fines pot festival organizer; Major oil development planned in NPR-A to get ‘streamlined’ environmental review; In Utqiaġvik, a growing erosion problem may soon outpace local efforts to slow it Listen now

Alaska crime up 6 percent, officials say; Moose hunters riled over new restrictions on military-training range access to camps; Number of bears at Brooks Falls may depend on the size of the salmon run; Galvin runs as Alaskan everywoman, vying for US House; Is swimming in Anchorage's waterways safe?; With few school buses, Lower Kuskokwim School District turns to Kusko Cab to transport students; At Kindergarten Boot Camp, kids get a head start on learning Listen now

Scientists look for clues in the case of the unusual salmon season; U.S. Army Corps publishes scoping comments on Pebble of cooperating agencies; What's going on with Alaska's 17 wildfires?; Klukwan man survives two days lost in woods after losing way while berry picking; Senator who often stood alone runs for state’s highest office; Sturgeon case navigates its way back in front of Supreme Court; Nunalleq Culture and Archeology Center opens in Quinhagak Listen now

Donlin Mine takes massive step with two crucial permits; Biggest-ever earthquake recorded on North Slope; Airline employee who stole and crashed Horizon Air plane had Wasilla roots; Treadwell points to experience in campaign for governor; Alaska DOT removes political campaign signs, sparks outrage; In wake of pack-rafter incident at Wrangell St. Elias, experts highlight proper preparation; Anchorage Assembly to hear testimony on potential plastic bag ban; Decades-old federal policy placed Newtok in the path of climate change Listen now

High-ranking military officials highlight recruitment difficulties in Anchorage visit; Charges pending for three Katmai visitors who approached feeding brown bears; Galvin outraises Young in July; Young has more cash banked; Army Corp to announce record of decision on Donlin; State fire service looks to open partnerships with Native organziations; Could industrial hemp become the next big crop for Alaska?; Native tribes in Ketchikan tell Interior department to keep land-trust program; AK: Annual community dig brings archaeology to life in Kodiak; 49 Voices: Ralph Watkins on Hoonah Listen now

Anchorage candidates vie for progressive bona fides ahead of primary; Alaskans may soon be able to finance energy improvements through their utility bills; Senator Sullivan holds discussions along Y-K Delta; Anchorage School District may have new school start times for students; New power plant will keep lights on in Togiak; Hundreds of dying seabirds found in Bering and Chukchi seas; With king restrictions, Wrangell tries out new Coho derby; Drag show brings gender play to Sitka Listen now

With tweaks, Alaska Supreme Court rules Yes for Salmon can go on ballot; Interior official: ‘millions’ more acres in NPR-A to open for oil development; Anchorage healthcare providers discuss rural tele-health systems with FCC Commissioner; Division of Public Health releases numbers on opioid overdoses; Mountaineering ranger details how Denali rescue operation became recovery operation; Two men arrested for allegedly shooting bear and two cubs on camera; Likely winner emerges in rare Anchorage Assembly race; Petersburg could look at end or changes to recycling program; 'Art activist' spends week in Togiak to promote conservation; Kodiak service kicks off annual St. Herman pilgrimage Listen now

Proposal would have either Walker or Begich drop out of race; Alaska House candidate Hart asks voters not to consider him; Legislative Council votes against adding Friday hours for legislative information offices; Governor Walker signs bill increasing medical cost transparency, access to health services; Groups seek to influence Murkowski on Kavanaugh vote; Comment period extended for draft Donlin reclamation plan; Y-K nonprofit looking at how rural Alaska handles alcohol; In Palmer, Surgeon General says preventing addiction requires looking at larger community problems; High level military to visit Anchorage this week; New business offers shuttle service between Whitehorse and Haines; Togiak's slow but steady salmon run cracks record; Sugpiaq artist shares work, culture with Kodiak residents Listen now

Pilot identified in fatal Alaska Range crash; Austria man dies in Alaska pack-rafting accident; Kodiak pays $254K to settle lawsuit filed by family of autistic man; New data on Chukchi Sea polar bears leads to subsistence harvest level increase; Troopers seize 33,000 pounds of illegal salmon near Homer; After a long wait, Ugashik fishermen's patience pays off; FCC Commissioner to visit Unalaska during state broadband tour; Empty grocery shelves stem from missed shipments; Kodiak feels tropical at 78F and breaks a 1941 record; Anchor Point residents aim to keep an eye on crime; Philanthropic horticulturists and other prison community leaders Listen now

After crossing Bering Strait, Anchorage man detained in Russia; As trade war escalates, AGDC and Gov. Walker minimize threat to state’s LNG project; Southeast Alaska residents react to Roadless Rule announcement; Mat-Su residents to vote on adding local police officers; Ongoing power outages spoil summer subsistence harvests in Tuluksak; Quota raised for subsistence hunting of Chukchi polar bears; Alaska collects $11M in tax revenue from marijuana; Ernie Turner Center finds new home near Eklutna; Pink trash cans bring curbside composting to Anchorage; AK: Quartz Lake denizens adapt to a shrinking water level; 49 Voices: Tom Huddleston of Copper Center

Alaska Permanent Fund grew by more than $6B in fiscal year; New roads in the Tongass? Forest service signs off on state’s ask; State Climate Action Leadership Team meets in Anchorage; Congressman Young addresses Native issues, gun violence at forum; Group of tourists pledges to cancel trips to Alaska if Murkowski confirms SCOTUS nominee; Earthworm species found by Fairbanks high school student may be native to Interior; ANSEP hosts first program in Y-K Delta; Largest shipment of Yup’ik artifacts in the world arrives in Quinhagak; Six Y-K Delta communities clean up household waste with help from Donlin Gold; When prisoners own the store, everyone profits Listen now

Congress authorizes six icebreakers in Pentagon bill; Following 'severe' computer virus, Mat-Su borough issues disaster declaration; Alaska’s draft climate action plan includes carbon tax on page 43; National chain forces native Hawaiian to drop “Aloha Poke” from Anchorage restaurant; Experiments in Northern Alaska seek to improve projections for a changing Arctic; Here's what you need to know before voting in the August primary; Science program tries to make amends after sending mixed signals to native youth in Y-K Delta; Juneau teens rap about Tlingit culture in new bilingual music video Listen now

Kavanaugh: Alaskans set stakes for Murkowski; Using data as a carrot, state hopes to entice interest in special North Slope oil lease sale; Nome residents continue wait for Quintillion high-speed internet; Nevada man dies when commercial canoe flips in Alaska river; Y-K Delta communities mull options for National Guard armories; Nushagak fishing re-opened after fuel leak from capsized boat; Juneau’s Housing First eyes $7 million expansion; Fairbanks Folk School hopes to expand traditional-skills curriculum at new location; Norton Sound communities look to build commercial reindeer economy Listen now

Whittier police arrest two men with 33-pound bag of meth; Six suspects in custody in connection with North Pole murder; Construction company says its truck didn't drop deadly rock; Alaska House primary has the most candidates in 22 years; Taixtsalda Hill wildfire likely human-caused, officials say; After deadly bear attack, hikers in Eagle River weigh risks; Value of Bristol Bay salmon rises, even as the fish shrink; Halibut dock prices rebound, but upswing may not last; ALASKAbuds signs lease to house Bethel's first cannabis shop; International journalist exchange brings Pakistani reporters to Anchorage TV station Listen now

BLM projects 'insignificant' impact from seismic work in ANWR; Capsized vessel near Clark's Point being salvaged; Computer virus disrupts several Mat-Su services; Woman charged with 149 counts Alaska dividend fraud; Pebble review continues after Walker seeks delay; Taixtsalda Hill fire has 113 firefighters trying to contain it; Two separate people pawed by separate Katmai bears in 'minor' incidents; New farm bill program aims to help food insecurity in Alaska; AK: Petersburg High graduate with cerebral palsy ready for new challenges; 49 Voices: Janene Driscoll of Gustavus Listen now

VPSO director charged with leaving scene of vehicle accident, criminal mischief; Study: Economic recession to end in Anchorage by next year; Did 'the blob' heat the Bering Sea enough to threaten your fish sticks?; Nushagak fishing district closed as officials attempt to contain a fuel leak; Three main candidates vie for open West Anchorage seat; State allows 90-hour dip net opening at Chitina following strong sockeye return; King, red and chum salmon meeting ADF&G escapement goals in Kuskokwim tributaries; Company considers Kodiak for site of second launch pad; Klukwan Community Library carries out initiative to preserve stories of tribal members Listen now

From Congress, a call to help fishermen caught in trade war; The Big Thaw: Fishermen in Kodiak cope with record low cod numbers; After further review, gasline corp still prefers Nikiski over Port Mac; State officials weigh shift to more voting by mail; Tender capsizes near Clark's Point; Body of Togiak fisherman who fell overboard found; Fire crews continue battle with Taixtsalda Hill fire, estimated at 4,700 acres; As lands uplift, a wetland refuge in Juneau is losing ground; Summer camp promotes Alutiiq culture on Afognak Island; Nome Nugget newspaper under new ownership Listen now

Walker leads in fundraising and cash on hand, but other candidates have strengths; Fairbanks Borough mayor seeks consolidation of fire commissions; Crews continue to battle blaze southeast of Tok, now estimated at 730 acres; Legislation allows more immediate wildfire penalties; Will online sales taxes incentivize Alaskans to shop local?; As man is found guilty of 2015 shooting, victim and family hope to move on; College students help keep Bristol Bay sockeye top tier; How little investments can lead to big community change Listen now