The Key To Increasing Educational Engagement
The Key To Increasing Educational Engagement
The Key To Increasing Educational Engagement

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, Aug. 3, 2018

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 News Nightly: October 28, 2008

Governor Palin and John McCain call on Ted Stevens to resign from the US Senate. Also, Alaskans join Americans in the lower 48 in...

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, Jan. 24, 2020

Lawmakers vote against overriding the Governor's vetoes, health officials monitor the spread of coronavirus, and a Nome resident converts a church into a common house.

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, Feb. 14, 2018

Senate Republicans reject Walker’s Senate pick, Kowalke; Seavey attorney: Report shows musher didn't drug dogs; To get good credit, Alaska’s fishing towns may have to factor in climate change; Unalaska pays thousands to sink already sunk boat; Panel to ensure inclusion, diversity, equity, accessibility for all UAF workers, students; Training accident ends Anchorage snowboarder Mancari's Olympics; Sadie Bjornsen is "knocking on the door" of an Olympic medal; Two lives that came together at the top of the world Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: October 30, 2014

Judge Rules State Must Comply With National Guard Records Request; Organizations Making Final Push To Encourage Alaska Native Voters; YKHC Moves Into New Prematernal Home; Timeline Begins To Emerge From National Guard Documents; Refuge Proposes Shooting Caribou that Swim Off Adak; Report: Second-Growth Logging Can Start Now; Download Audio

Alaska News Nightly: July 7, 2008

An Illinois climber has died of unknown causes on the summit of Denali. Plus, scientists are growing more and more alarmed about the problem...

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, Jan. 30, 2018

Fansler hasn’t responded to House leaders’ resignation request; Murkowski, Sullivan split on abortion vote in U.S. Senate; Support and concern as Ambler Road comment period draws to a close; Fairbanks gunman arrested following double school shutdown; Bad timing: Power outage hit Earthquake Center before 7.9 shaker; Walker asks Interior to slow down on opening more coastal water to oil development; As Unalaska recall draws closer, no proof backing Kelty allegations; Winter rain is compromising baby muskoxen in western Alaska; Celestial trifecta will greet Alaska with ‘super blue blood moon’ Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, July 20, 2018

Murkowski calls on Trump to end 'sad chapter' of splitting families at border; Court filing aims to prevent lawsuits by Alaska victims in Las Vegas shooting; Board of Fisheries declares low Chignik sockeye returns an emergency; Inuit Circumpolar Council signs Utqiaġvik Declaration: a guide for future Arctic action; In apparent suicide, man dies after jumping from eighth floor of UAF building; After Hydro One leaders resign, Avista reassures regulators about merger; The squid or the whale? Reported giant squid in Lynn Canal actually decomposing whale; AK: The journey of Alaska's go-to man in China; 49 Voices: Benito Achas of Kodiak Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, Aug. 15, 2016

State drops appeal of tribal land into trust regulation; man dies at Wildwood Correctional Complex; Walker’s new oil and gas advisor wants to put some “grit” in the system; Bernie looks beyond Bungalow to DC; Justice Sotomayor speaks at UAF; with Handy leaving, Alaska to get new top general; Alaska Miners Association to protest BLM plan for Eastern Interior; Anchorage logs warmest month on record; Dillingham takes part in spill drill Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, Jan. 24, 2017

New legislation could make hiring vets less cumbersome; Boulder on the inside: a pot lawyer grows up fast; More snow means moose move to roads; Troopers investigate Soldotna home invasion, fatal shooting; Seward declares local emergency after heavy snowfall; Heavy snow factors in collapse of 'The Dome' sports complex; Egegik man sentenced for intent to distribute meth; Funding for opioid overdose kits offers "hope" for Alaska's drug epidemic; River otters use latrines as social hubs; Even before leading John McPhee down the Salmon River, Pat Pourchot landed dream job Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: June 7, 2013

Man Fatally Mauled By Bear; Redistricting Board Begins Redrawing Boundaries; AVCP Looks To Leverage Izembek Road; APICDA Takes Stance On Izembek Road; Surge Of Water Pushing Down Yukon River; Rotten Food Poses Problem For Galena Residents; Group Commemorating 100 Year Anniversary Of First Denali Summit; Special Olympics Alaska Breaks Ground On New Expansion; Ground Breaks For Port MacKenzie Rail Extension; AK: The Big Day; 300 Villages: Hyder Download Audio

Alaska News Nightly: July 18, 2011

Rep. Young Missing from Washington as Congress Nears Debt Limit Deadline, Two Fort Wainwright-based Soldiers Killed in Afghanistan, BP Cleaning Up Oil Spill on North Slope, Convicted Poacher Sentenced on Probation Violation, and more...

Alaska News Nightly: February 27, 2013

Shell Suspending 2013 Drilling Season; NOAA Tracking North Pacific Storms; Redistricting Board Awaiting U.S. Supreme Court Decision; Senate Committee Considering Bill Defining ‘Medically Necessary’ Abortions; Yakutat Seeking Wave Power; 15 To Be Inducted Into Alaska Women’s Hall Of Fame; Bikers Break Previous Iditarod Trail Invitational Record

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, May 26, 2016

Insurance Director tells lawmakers individual market could collapse; House bill streamlines children in state custody; bill with $1B for icebreaker advances to Senate; 'spicy' ocean levels could spell trouble for marine mammal hunting; Department of Fish and Game seeks to prevent closing of caribou hunting to outsiders; brown bears draw hundreds to Alaska Peninsula for spendy spring hunt; man charged after using stolen front loader to rob liquor store; Barrow experiences earliest snowmelt on record; Tanana River erosion closes trail, threatens cabins at Big Delta State Historical Park; Seattle's KPLU meets $7M fundraising goal, avoiding sale Download Audio

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, Jan. 10, 2020

A judge allows the campaign to recall Governor Dunleavy to go forward. Plus: are engine block heaters worth it for your car and the environment?

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, Sept. 25, 2015

NTSB releases preliminary report; Walker's special session comes with surprise; UAF hosting Arctic conference; Fairbanks gets first major snow; Skilak bear mauling , 4th for Kenai Peninsula; AK: High schoolers enter world of nano-agriculture; 49 Voices: Judy Donegan of Palmer
A walrus with big tusks rests on sea ice.

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, May 8, 2018

Legislature approves use of Permanent Fund to pay for state government; Is meth back in Alaska? Or did it never leave?; Walker’s oil & gas advisor leaves for job at NANA; Fairbanks City Council approves marijuana regulations that limit retail shops to 25; New automation initiatives driving National Weather Service push to focus staff in urban offices; Ask a Climatologist: Traditional knowledge is critical to climate research; Indian Country Today’s new editor Mark Trahant on the future of Native journalism Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: July 2, 2012

Report on Muni Election Debacle Blames Complacency, Inexperience; Alaska Sending Fire Crews To Help Fight Lower 48 Blazes; Japanese Skiff Lost In Tsunami Washes Up Near Metlakatla; IRS Threatens Alaska’s Air Taxi Operators; Yukon River Communities Cope With Low King Runs; Searches Called Off For Hyder, Wrangell Residents; State Revamping Animal Health Care Regulations; 54 Mushers Sign Up On First Day Of Iditarod Registration; Taco Bell Delivers 10,000 Tacos To Bethel

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, May 15, 2015

Parents Sue ASD Over Vague Suspension Notification Policies; Sealaska Unveils Its New Building in Downtown Juneau; Rep. Young Riles Indian Country with Hearings on 'Land In Trust' Powers; Wolf Hunt Adjacent to Denali Closes Early; 5 Ill After Eating Fermented Seal Flipper; NOAA Seeks Public Comment on Beluga Recovery Plan; Anchorage: Activists Rally for Medicaid Expansion, Oil Tax Law Revision; 49 Voices: Seth Landon of Wasilla; AK: Biking A Century Download Audio:

Alaska News Nightly: May 17, 2010

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