Alaska News Nightly: Monday, March 11, 2019

Republican senators concerned with scale of proposed budget cuts; Cash assistance to Alaska low income seniors faces cut; CEO says genetically engineered salmon is no threat; Boeing plane involved in two deadly crashes not currently operating in Alaska; Homer Rep. Vance apologizes after criticizing letters from high school students; How school districts can keep students safe from abuse; Kaiser takes lead as Petit stalls en route to Koyuk; Warm wet conditions punctuate bad winter for this year's Iditarod mushers

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, April 25, 2019

Interior delays offshore drilling plan, citing judge's decision; Health commissioner downplays block grant idea; Anchorage hires consultants to review Port of Alaska project; Murkowski asks for longer Pebble comment period; Largest Tongass timber sale in state moving forward; Before, some teens in crisis had to leave their families in Juneau to get help. That’s changing; Emergency response workshop details communication shortfalls in rural Alaska; Juneau forum discusses local impacts of growth in cruise ship tourism; Saturday is Prescription Drug Take Back Day

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, June 10, 2019

Senate sends budget without dividends to governor; Interior says no permit needed to take aerial survey of ANWR; Four more charged in Anchorage teen's murder; Army National Guard sergeant drowns in Copper River; Settlement allows Alaska inmate to wear some religious Native regalia; Anchorage mayor defends city response to illegal homeless camps; Will a new policing strategy make a dent in Anchorage's crime?; State labor report shows job gains after 3 years of losses; Military celebrates milestone for radar system under construction at Clear Air Force Station; Community remembers Guardian Flight crew lost in January plane crash; Tularemia side-effect: Hare population cycle makes pets more susceptible to predators

Alaska News Nightly: June 28, 2007

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...

Alaska News Nightly: December 21, 2011

Eight Charged In Death Of Stryker Brigade Soldier, EPA Issues New Mercury Emission Regulations, Ruling Expected On Atka Mackerel, Pacific Cod Restriction Roll Backs, Capital Budget Proposes Southeast Boat Harbor Improvements, Groups Still Seeking Holiday Donations, Child Advocates Work to Support Senate Bill 3, Strange Weather Expected To Give Way For Traditional Temperatures Soon, Ester Residents Approve Ultra-Efficient Library Design, ‘Mass Wasting’ Event Destroys Popular Sitka Trail,

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, Jan. 28, 2016

Moda exits Alaska's individual health insurance market; Railbelt communities consider a business model overhaul; Scientists say murre die-off comparable to Exxon Valdez spill; APD investigates 2 unusual deaths at Point Woronzof; Corrections nominee pledges to stop incarcerating the intoxicated; Police, public health officials unite to combat Spice; Homeless count sheds new light on Alaska needs; Special election announced to recall North Slope mayor; Cyrano's theater honored with Governor's award; Middle Way restauranteur branches into pizza Download Audio

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, Oct. 3, 2017

Judge weighs whether ballot initiative favors salmon over mining, oil; Bristol Bay braces for long awaited Pebble Mine plans; Amid expansion, Anchorage Police announce new strategy to fight violent crime; Spring Creek staff acted illegally in 2013 incident, Ombudsman finds; Aleutian volcano remains restless; UAS, Coast Guard establish training and scholarship program for students; Ban on hovercraft use within Alaska preserve stands, another appeal may come up; As permafrost thaws, village cemeteries sink into swamp Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, June 5, 2018

Special audit finds Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority violated multiple state laws; Controversial former Anchorage LIO building to become new APD headquarters; Police question 2 in pedestrian death on Anchorage sidewalk; State saw 19 wildfires yesterday; Gara latest Alaska lawmaker to announce retirement plans; Alaska agency to review discrimination lawsuit; Prices are up, but commercial salmon harvests and forecasts are down; New UAF project to investigate North Slope heavy oil extraction; Sterling Highway renovations approved; Larsen Bay struggles with the prospect of losing its school; Canoes arriving is unofficial kick off for Celebration Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, Nov. 23, 2018

House District One race still tied, headed for coin toss; New federal report: Climate change is going to be expensive in Alaska and impact every household in the state; Medicaid decision allows more beds for substance abuse treatment; Small Business Saturday spotlights Alaska companies; Scientists map shifting migration around Alaska mountains, using GPS-equipped eagles; Bethel remembers Mary Ciuniq Pete; AK: Heated by hot springs, Tenakee Springs Museum tells community’s story; 49 Voices: Russell Sell of Anchorage

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, Feb. 8, 2019

State privatizes API management with no-bid contract; Hearing concludes regarding French’s fate at head of state oil and gas commission; Don’t count on oil to bail out Alaska’s budget soon, says unpublished state tax memo; Y-K Delta tribes appeal Donlin state permits; Alaska’s latest climate policy is still offline. So these students made a delivery to the governor.; Quest frontrunners approach Circle; With spring whaling around the corner, sinew thread makers are hard at work; AK: New housing for Skagway tourist season employees may be taking lodging from tourists; AK: Bruce Schindler of Skagway

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, March 28, 2019

Nome woman arrested after confronting Dunleavy at airport; Lawmakers consider tweaking how permanent fund dividends are set; Interior secretary nominee faces jabs over prior lobbying work; Flight company ends search for Alaska plane crash victims; GVEA asks state, US regulators to OK halt to tariff for ‘hybrid’ renewable-energy proposal; International study to shed light on the mysterious lives of salmon at sea; AC plans new liquor store in Bethel; Sitka police want an upgrade to their facilities, starting with their own building

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, May 10, 2019

Dividend size to be a focus in session’s closing days; Bob Penney spent more than $300,000 to get Gov. Dunleavy elected. Then his grandson got an $8,000-a-month no-bid contract.; Dunleavy administration weighs in on Pebble-backed lawsuit against BBRSDA; Dunleavy responds to Alaska legislators push for protection from British Columbia mines; UA Board of Regents prepare for budget scenarios in light of likely cuts; Women in Alaska’s fishing industry hope to curb sexual harassment; Napakiak says goodbye to residents who died in jail fire; AK: Petersburg students turn plastic trash into artsy treasures; 49 Voices: Robert Fowler of Tuntutuliak

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, June 25, 2019

Former Alaska lawmaker disappointed with retroactive per diem payments; Pebble CEO and opponent debate whether mine proposal is 'the nose under the camel's tent'; Kenai's Swan Lake Fire grows to 37,000 acres; Some Interior residents prepare to relocate as Shovel Creek Fire intensifies; 15 wildfires currently staffed by emergency responders; Cost-cutting will take Alaska’s flagship ferry out of service; Feds investigate video of cruise ship in near-miss with humpback whales; Homes near Akiak's eroded riverbank need to move, but some people choose to stay; Fly fishing and guide academy brings local touch to sport fishing industry; Tie-dye, rainbows and love songs: Juneau’s first youth LGBTQ Pride party

Alaska News Nightly: July 28, 2009

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Alaska News Nightly: October 8, 2013

State Expects Unemployment Filings To Rise Due To Shutdown; Alaska Native Tribal Governments Keep Doors Open For Now; Bethel Economic Summit Looks At Energy Needs; Signing Up For Insurance On Federal Marketplace Still A Waiting Game; Alaska E-Health Network Defends Privacy Protections Of Medical Records; Why Sea-Tac Airport Workers Can't Join a Union for Better Pay; Tlingit & Haida Housing Authority, CCS To Expand Senior Services In Rural Southeast Download Audio

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, April 28, 2017

Trump lifts ban on Arctic offshore drilling; Secretary Tillerson to attend Arctic Council meeting in Fairbanks; Oil prices shrink budget gap, but lawmakers remain far apart; Mat-Su Borough Assembly asked for more school funding; Salmon fishing predictions look bleak for Alaska inlet; Southeast Alaska tribal government moves into defense contracts; Century old mystery unlocked from Antarctic glacier; AK: From tree to cream; how birch syrup makes its way to dessert bowls; 49 Voices: Taylor Holman of Unalaska Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, Feb. 5 2018

In Alaska stop, Vice President gets refuel and military briefing; Crude spill at Valdez Terminal under investigation; Borough mayor on new potential development coming to the North Slope; Lt. Governor Mallot and Sen. Sullivan talk transboundary mining with Canadian officials; After years shut, a rural tannery re-opens for business; Distillery cocktail debate continues after weekend hearing on House Bill 269; WCA gets $600,000 to upgrade native homes in Wrangell; Ice Alaska board cancels alternate ice-carving event, plans 2019 World Ice Art Championship; Yukon Quest mushers race through Circle checkpoint Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, Aug. 17, 2018

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

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, Dec. 21, 2018

Alaska's senators react to a partial government shutdown; Dunleavy picks Jackson for Alaska House seat; Judge says court should uphold House District 1 recount; Alaska groups sue EPA over air quality; Mechanical issues trigger rural air cargo delays; Family of Cody Eyre hold tribute to son on one-year anniversary of his death by Fairbanks police; Alaska’s top forester talks timber in Southeast; Unalakleet constructing assisted living facility to serve elders of Norton Sound; How Juneau grocers are helping families during winter break; AK: TubaChristmas spreads brassy holiday cheer in Anchorage; 49 Voices: Tribute to Dave Waldron

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, Feb. 25, 2019

Memo raises legal questions with Alaska budget language; Plan to eliminate Power Cost Equalization Fund meets resistance; Alaska GOP Gov. Dunleavy disbands state climate response team; Gov. Dunleavy opens door to megaprojects with order; US Senate sidelines "Born-Alive" bill; Drug trafficking charges filed against former head of Kotzebue post office; Nome discusses public safety commission proposal; Homer opioid task force hopes to spur community action through conversation; ‘Pretty amazing that we’re here’: Morgan and Olds win second Iron Dog in a row; Streeper wins 7th Fur Rondy title; Brent Sass reflects on Quest victories, his Iditarod future