Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, April 9, 2019

Dunleavy calls for action on constitutional amendments, crime bills; 2 Alaska human rights commission members resign; Fairbanks City Council delays on-site cannabis consumption vote; Alleged Alaska prison gang member arrested in Georgia; Alaska’s rural schools could get a boost in internet speed; Donlin promises economic development if mine goes through; Three entrepreneurs propose heli-ski operation in Hatcher Pass; Regalia, stories abound at Cama-i

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, May 30, 2018

First of David Grunwald murder trails goes to jury; ANWR coastal plain oil, gas lease plan draws heated opposition in Fairbanks; As Medicaid funds dry up, Wrangell and other rural hospitals are still receiving payments for now; Fairbanks man charged with murdering infant daughter; One month into the season, Bristol Bay halibut fishermen harvest a quarter of the quota; ‘Small’ king has big lead in 63rd Sitka Salmon Derby; Celebration 2018 brings 45 dance groups to Juneau Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: July 4, 2014

Holly Brooks Reclaims Mt. Marathon Title; Historic Quake Disrupts Life, Habitat In Aleutians; White House Makes Economic Case For Expanding Medicaid In Alaska; Atka Camp Serves Up Subsistence Lessons; Smithsonian Channel Program Attempts To Encapsulate 49th State; Charter Vessel With Exotic Dancing Gets Mixed Reception; AK: Farming; 300 Villages: Tanana Download Audio

Alaska News Nightly: January 24, 2012

Buccaneer Alaska Working To Bring Jack-Up Rig To Cook Inlet, Chenault Renews In-State Gas Line Push, Study Describes North Slope Employment As A Roller Coaster, Sea Ice Delays Bering Sea Snow Crab Season, More Federal Charges Filed Against Fairbanks Militia Group, Senate Opens Crime Summit, Subsistence Board To Review Rural, Non-Rural Status Decision Process, Bristol Bay, Unalaska Papers Returning Next Month, Powerful Solar Flares Surging

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French’s fate at head of state oil and gas commission; Don’t count on oil to bail out Alaska’s budget soon, says unpublished state tax memo; Y-K Delta tribes appeal Donlin state permits; Alaska’s latest climate policy is still offline.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: Friday, Feb. 22, 2019

Proposed state Medicaid cuts have health care workers concerned; Dunleavy hires veteran Republicans to new administration; Rep. Young seeks legal path for CBD; Driver who killed 2 teens will have sentence reconsidered; Can Bethel afford the costs of climate change?; Climate warming demonstrated in ice core samples of the Alaska Range; AK: How a mischievous Home Depot surveyor turned this hill into guerrilla art; 49 Voices: Shaylynn 'Yosty' Storms of Unalakleet

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, March 26, 2019

Bill seeks to rescind decision to allow drilling in ANWR; US Supreme Court rules in favor of Sturgeon, limiting NPS jurisdiction of state-owned rivers; On Talk of Alaska, Dunleavy takes calls on budget cuts, taxes; UAA investigates misconduct allegations against ex-teacher; House members propose budget amendments; Alaska delegation introduces bills to curb states’ bans on walrus ivory; Pebble CEO emphasizes mining project’s changes at legislative meeting; History of Alaska's worst environmental disaster preserved in State Archives

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, Jan. 29, 2019

Schools push back on proposed mid-year budget cut; Study finds poor air quality aboard cruise ships; 'Uber for icebreakers' idea gains traction; Federal team investigating cause of Anchorage fire that caused $20M in damage; Fairbanks burn bans leading to better air quality, research says; Juneau residents are noticing an extra charge on their Amazon receipts. Here’s why; Togiak National Wildlife Refuge scrambles to make up for lost time after federal shutdown; Alaska extends deadline for earthquake recovery funds; Infrastructure updates may mean more boil-water notices in Emmonak; King Cove basketball team flies out last minute to play Unalaska after previous opponents cancelled

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, April 17, 2017

BP halts oil and gas leaking from North Slope well; Troopers: Peaceful end to Seward Highway shots fired incident; Vice President meets with Walker over the weekend on his way to Asia; In a rare case of river piracy, climate change is the culprit; House sends income tax bill to Senate; As session breaks deadline, Senate passes bill to allow cellphone fee; SEC alleges inside trading in GCI sale; As first hunt on emperor geese begins, officials ask for conservative hunting; Tenured teachers address Ketchikan School Board; Annual Yup’ik spelling bee connects identity and culture in young spellers Listen now

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: Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Alaska Gov. Dunleavy's red veto pen looms over this year's budget debate; House budget could come as early as tomorrow; Ask an Economist: New year brings new direction for Alaska job numbers; 13 convicted of drug and money laundering crimes on Kodiak; Unusually warm weather leading to dangerous Y-K ice roads; Hilcorp delays seismic exploration in lower Cook Inlet; 2 popular camp grounds close due to spruce beetles; Homer needs to increase climate change adaptation efforts, study says; State-sponsored raffle for public schools generates almost $1M in first year; New Stuyahok educator chosen as National Assistant Principal of the Year

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, June 26, 2017

CBO sees peril in Senate bill for uncrowded regions; Trump's Interior secretary takes first baby step on King Cove road; More Alaskans mauled by bears; Wilderness race cancelled due to bear mauling; Chilkat weaver receives national folk art honor; Chitina dip netters can now catch salon in Copper River after spring ban; Low tide reveals Alutiiq fishing method in Kodiak; New treasure trove of Inupiat recordings being assessed for possible digital use; Talkeetna’s inaugural Pride celebration draws a crowd; Study examines the ripple effect of charter operators' choices; Man becomes first person to Race to Alaska on a stand-up paddle board Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: May 9, 2014

Tacoma Climber Dies On Denali; Joe Miller Speaks Out In Favor Of Libertarian Party; YKHC CEO Releases Layoff Details; Sand Point Sees Progress In War On Drugs; UAF Mining Extension Offering Basic Prospecting Class; AK: Plastics; 300 Villages: Pelican Download Audio

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, March 13, 2019

Bill would repeal conflict of interest requirements enacted last year; Bethel's Pete Kaiser wins 2019 Iditarod; Bethel fans sing praises for hometown hero Pete Kaiser; Alaska rules for onsite marijuana use take effect in April; Alaska state ferry supporters come out in force; The Alaska Roadless Rule decision is moving along. Some tribal governments say it’s moving too fast.; Are more Juneau high school graduates ready for college? It depends.; Sparse snowfall in Eastern Interior leaves little ground insulation, may boost wildfire danger; Ahead of 2022 Olympics, APU skiers get an early preview of Beijing courses

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, Feb. 11, 2019

Dunleavy outlines approach ahead of big budget rollout; Seismic ANWR exploration may happen in winter after all, says Interior; Drilling foes in House launch bill to close ANWR; Former Quintillion CEO admits to felony fraud; Pebble officials outline future of controversial mine; Of 140,000 comments, most favor keeping the Tongass Forest Roadless Rule; Investors are backing Southeast’s largest oyster farms; Brent Sass wins claims his 2nd Yukon Quest title; Southeast Alaska tribe takes initial steps to create their own tribal court; UAF plans for cuts amid Governor's budget proposal; Alaska Native Arts teacher asks Governor to reconsider proposed budget cuts

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

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, March 27, 2019

Feds charge six tied to white supremacist prison gang in Alaska; Dunleavy relents, will pick new judge from council nominees; Dunleavy pitches budget plans during 'roadshow' event in Anchorage; Years of budget cuts transform University of Alaska system; State attorneys clear trooper in Nikolaevsk shooting; Sitka herring seiners stand down from further test fishing; HAARP goes artsy

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, Jan. 30, 2019

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

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 20, 2007

This is the complete story list and audio recording from today's Alaska News Nightly, as broadcast on APRN stations statewide. Fires causing problems on Kenai...