Search continues for those missing from mid-air plane collision near Ketchikan; NTSB: Southeast plane collision happened at about 3,300 feet; As end of regular session approaches, lawmakers in disagreement over crime bills; Unangax cemetery at former WWII internment camp may be added to Funter Bay park; Prosecutors build case around Anchorage man's illegal weapons charges and racist social media; Man dies in Akiachak jail; Chilkat Indian Village of Klukwan and environmental groups appeal decision in mining case; Court system inches forward with years-long upgrade to digital filing system; Court system inches forward with years-long upgrade to digital filing system; Wind, waves hamper efforts to salvage grounded longliner; UAF students propose guidelines for Fairbanks-area climate change response plan
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Arctic Ocean Sea Ice Hit’s Seasonal Low; Chevak Artifacts Land In Dump; Dozens Sheltered By Red Cross After Anchorage Apartment Fire; Anchorage Labor Law Headed For Alaska Supreme Court; Budget Woes Headline UAF Address; UAA Introduces New Athletic Director; Scotty Gomez Foundation Hockey Association Partners With ASD To Revive Girls’ High School Hockey; Troupe Prepares Gravity-Defying Show On Museum Facade; AK: Salvage; 300 Villages: Manokotak Download Audio
Senate defies Walker’s call to weigh nominees; Trump to rescind Obama's 'permanent' Arctic leasing ban; Trump may have plans for Alaska, but not for its national monuments; US Postal Service blocks pot farm from shipping tax money; Labor issues loom for Alaska Airlines-Virgin America merger; Construction at area's Air Force installations to inject $1.5 billion into Interior economy; Coast Guard cleans up graffiti on World War II bunker as tagging investigation continues; Lake and Peninsula School District to have shorter calendar next year; Internet improvements bode well for location-neutral workers in Haines; Pollen and mold season upon Alaskans; Native Youth Olympics kicks off for 47th year Listen now
More than $6 billion gap in state pension funding draws concern; Cheering from Alaska: Women's relay 5th at the Olympics; Mumps disease hits Juneau for first time in 20 years; Mining industry leads charge against salmon initiative; Kodiak puts hold on fisheries analyst services; Awards abound as Yukon Quest wraps up; Borough Assembly OKs Testing for promising woodstove emissions-control technology; Ask a Climatologist: Linking ocean conditions and the atmosphere; Betties ’bout to take you out Listen now
Walker announces pay raise for troopers; BSEE employee claims whistleblower protection; Kenai and Sitka newspapers misreported voter eligibility before primary; Anchorage bans plastic bags, starting in 2019; Fourth suspected arrested in Anchorage attempted murder case; Agencies map tectonic fault that touches southeast Alaska; GCI updates emergency alert system; Donlin Gold says they can clean up their proposed mine, and pay for it too; UAF program helps science-oriented youths ‘broaden expertise’ with hands-on learning; Kunniak's Spices brings new flavors to Native dishes
Negotiations continue as members of a state House - still in disarray - try to find a majority coalition; A functioning government or border security? Murkowski wants both; State agency orders review following accident at Prudhoe Bay well; DEC says about 3,000 gallons of diesel spilled near village of Beaver; Faith-based shelter fights bar transgender women; Wood stove emissions device test shows promise; Friends went looking for a missing Southeast Alaska artist. Instead, they found a note.; AK: Sitka, one of the best kept secrets for surfers; 49 Voices: Jannelle Trowbridge of Nome
Trump's emergency declaration splits Alaska delegation; Dunleavy fires head of state oil and gas watchdog agency; As Dunleavy's budget looms, two Alaskans see diverging futures for Mat-Su; State’s oil production future could be bright, but it’s also unpredictable; Senior aide to Rep. Young lands BLM job; 12 Coast Guard members face charges in Alaska drug probe; Eielson area set to be part of first federal PFAS screening; Y-K Delta superintendents say Dunleavy's budget would be devastating; Ancient marsupial shared land with North Slope dinosaurs; Longtime broadcaster -- and Alaska News Nightly Host -- Linda Taylor dies at 72
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
'Enough is enough': Attorney General Barr hears from Native leaders about rural justice problems; Dunleavy calls for state budget, while senators discuss separate PFD bill; Two victims of Whitehorse plane crash were Palmer-based NPS employees; Local trucking company could get LNG transport contract; Southeast in for hazy skies this week; Anchorage sets record for rain in May; Aggressive bear killed SE of Wrangell; Alaska man charged with assaulting mother, blaming bear; Anchorage 're-entry walk' offers glimpse of path out of prison; Spruce pollen blooms look ominous but are nothing to sneeze at; Kids in Space: Dillingham Elementary challenges the stars; Swan recovering at Sitka's Raptor Center
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Walker Increases Lead, Begich Closes Gap Slightly; Murkowski Questions Differing National Guard Investigation Results; Healthcare.gov Miscalculates Subsidies in Alaska; With No Power, Tuluksak Residents Scramble to Save Meat; Students Call For Action, Public Comment On U-Med Access Road; Candlelight Vigil Raises Awareness About Homeless Students; State Celebrates First Dr. Walter Soboleff Day; AK: Tlingit Dance; 300 Villages: The Stampede Download Audio
Closed process on capital budget draws criticism; GoFundMe campaigns created to help cruise ship murder victim's family; Nunapitchuk VPO shot in Napaskiak; Alaska police training facility nears completion; Mat-Su sales tax ordinance postponed indefinitely; Cruise-ship tourism will expand next summer; Gelvin's air strip being restored with tons of gravel; Water restored to all New Stuyahok homes; Tsunami zone update gets pushback from Oregon Coast legislators; Ask a Climatologist: August is Alaska’s rainiest month Listen now
Independent challenger raising competitive amounts to unseat Don Young; Alaska House and Senate pass dueling school funding plans; Capitol rally calls for more funding to support STEAM education in Alaska; ConocoPhillips announces three new oil discoveries on the North Slope; At USACE scoping meetings in Iliamna Lake region, locals express concerns about Pebble; Court hears arguments in suit over borough invocation policy; Bethel fire chief says BIA building could burn for up to two days; Thousands of quakes hit Alaska since January's major shake; Ted Stevens International Airport ranked fifth busiest hub for air cargo; Nicolas Petit claims decisive win in 2018 Kobuk 440; John Oliver offers movie memorabilia to Anchorage Blockbuster Listen now
Gov. Walker suspends campaign for reelection in AFN announcement; Defending Native women from violence remains hot topic at AFN; What's the deal with Murkowski's 'present' vote?; Debris slide closes road into Denali National Park; New report compares Alaska's recession to other energy-dependent states; After decades of ineligibility, Diomede finally included in Essential Air Service; AK: Vusi Mahlasela, 'The Voice,' sings for Hiland; 49 Voices: Nolan Charles of Toksook Bay Listen now
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
House forms new tribal affairs subcommittee; House schedules dates for public budget hearings; Over 100 people rally in Anchorage as part of Global Climate Strike; Fairbanks mayors disagree on marijuana use at retail stores; Southeast will see one of the largest old growth timber sales in years; Surviving snowboarders remember fallen Haines avalanche victim; Sitka sac roe fishery on two-hour notice starting Sunday; AK: Ketchikan mental health clinic hopes 'Proof' will debunk taboos; 49 Voices: Geneva Luteria of Anchorage
House committees take different approach on crime bills; Senate bill to change PFD formula advances; Mine opponents ask SEC to investigate Pebble's parent company; Fairbanks joins others in lawsuit against PFAS manufacturers; House Fisheries urges pressure on B.C. over transboundary mining; Trial date set for Sitka herring suit; Sitka Assembly calls for city hiring freeze; Thanks to makeshift driftwood sign, Coast Guard rescues stranded ATV drivers; Pilot study of black-tailed deer underway near Petersburg; Meet the first girls of Juneau Cub Scouts
Dunleavy calls for round two in Wasilla after Alaska Legislature adjourns first special session; Murkowski differs with Trump on campaign help from foreign powers; EPA officials hear concerns over Pebble Mine during Bristol Bay visit; Why fishermen are mailing corks to Murkowski; Corrections commissioner cancels prison's Father's Day event; Alaska's US senators express concerns over transboundary mines in BC letter; Federal review finds gaps in Alaska 'critical incident' reporting; 'Pretty unbelievable,' says Kotlik hunter who helped document recent spike in seal deaths; State attorney general praises federal ruling on road-building in Southeast; Three women removed from state human rights commission without much explanation; Partnering with FBI, Unalaska police aim to finish Ballyhoo crash investigation; Partnering with FBI, Unalaska police aim to finish Ballyhoo crash investigation; Former UAF hockey player part of Stanley Cup-winning Blues
This is the complete story list and audio recording from today’s Alaska News Nightly, as broadcast on APRN stations statewide. Anderson corruption trial delves into...