Alaska News Nightly: Monday, Feb. 4, 2019

Legislature still at reduced capacity as budget deadline looms; Dunleavy's candidate screening process under scrutiny; Trump's pick for Interior secretary has worked for Alaska and energy industry; Teen arrested after trying to take control of a flight from Napakiak to Bethel; Credit agencies paying close attention to state amid budget discussions; Fairbanks City Council holds additional meetings on anti-discrimination ordinance; Shutdown cripples, but doesn't sink ocean science symposium; Gatt, Moore and Sass in early Yukon Quest lead into Dawson City; Aleknagik boys' basketball team hits the court for the first time in 32 years

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, Feb. 18, 2019

Senators question Dunleavy’s budget proposal; Suspect arrested for 25-year-old murder of UAF student; Industry launches campaign to rid ocean of plastic. Is it for real?; 5 people rescued from life raft after vessel sinks southwest of Unalaska; Ketchikan, Peterburg and Wrangell all low on hydropower; Part of Bering Sea Pacific cod fishery could move toward quota system; UAF to name new coastal research vessel; Fashion faux pas? MLM company LuLaRoe sued in Alaska over sales taxes.; Mushers cap off 2019 Yukon Quest at annual banquet

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, March 5, 2019

Murkowski throws support behind opposing Trump emergency declaration; Dunleavy announces Alaska National Guard deployment along Mexico border; Regulators: Top Dunleavy administration official can't conceal consulting firm's clients; State says BP must prove more Prudhoe Bay wells aren't at risk of 'catastrophic failure'; Von Imhof to Anchorage School Board: Dunleavy 'budget bomb' unlikely, but expect cuts; Fairbanks North Star Borough schools hold budget meeting in lieu of potential cuts; Third lawsuit filed against Sitka Police Department; Prospect of commercial fishing in central Arctic Ocean poses big questions for science; Ulsom passes a resting Petit in McGrath to take lead; Iditarod mushers react to rules reducing max dog team size from 16 to 14; Even trickier parts leading to Nikolai are calmer this year, mushers say

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, April 4, 2019

Rep. Young shoves reporter on way to VAWA vote; Alaska aims to be first state receiving federal Medicaid funding as a block grant; House hears strong public testimony against cutting senior benefits; Man convicted of 2016 murder of Fairbanks officer; Army investigating fatal shooting of soldier during live-fire field-training exercise; Upper Cook Inlet fishermen take issue with Dunleavy Board of Fish appointee; Alaska’s fast ferries are being prepped for sale; For one petroleum engineering student, oil prices change but the dream stays the same; Juneau elementary students to release album of original songs

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Ketchikan tour companies in plane crash both had GPS trackers. So what went wrong?; Legislature works to finish budget on last day of session; Warrant issued for man suspected in Fairbanks woman's death; What the healthcare overhaul at VA means for Alaska vets; Iliamna Natives Limited reaches right-of-way agreement with Pebble; State plan proposes tougher burning controls in Fairbanks; Kathryn Dodge running for mayor of City of Fairbanks; In Utqiaġvik, learning about climate change includes studying your backyard

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, May 8, 2019

Alaska prison riot damage estimated at $100,000; House passes sweeping crime bill; Why is the US so far behind in the Arctic? Clues emerge at congressional hearing; Constitutional delegate Vic Fischer opposes Dunleavy’s amendment proposals; Anchorage man indicted for 2018 murder of girlfriend's 6-year-old son; Trappers and dog-owners at odds over new restrictions in Anchorage; Tazlina makes maiden voyage to Haines and Skagway; Search renewed for Iliamna Lake's 'monster' with DNA testing and underwater video

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, Feb. 26, 2018

Tweets aside, Sullivan says Trump good for Alaska; Backlog of more than 20,000 seek Medicaid, public assistance; Young suggests guns could've saved Jews during Holocaust; In Western Alaska, there’s water where there should be ice; Archaeology in northern Alaska: a race against the clock; Scientists discover mysterious uranium particle above Aleutian Islands; Dion isn't homeless. This is why it matters.; Athletes give it their all Native Youth Olympics Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: July 19, 2007

Senator Murkowski defends her controversial land deal on the Kenai River. Plus, a new study shows melting of the world's glaciers will have a...

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, April 19, 2019

Senate budget taking place with less than a month of session to go; Government says marijuana involvement can derail citizenship; Wintergreens prepares to open the first marijuana lounge in Haines; Group apologizes after appearance by banned UAA professor; Ketchikan pastor, teacher sentenced to 18 years, 12 suspended; Records reveal DOT planning Berners Bay ferry terminal on Lynn Canal; AK: One family’s pirate home is Sitka’s hidden treasure; 49 Voices: Leena Tarar of Anchorage

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, Nov. 29, 2018

Dunleavy retains Michael Johnson as education commissioner; Appeals court rules on decade-old challenge of four Tongass timber sales; Alaska credit union to serve marijuana businesses; New trial date set for man convicted in Coast Guard killings; National report says Alaska Natives, rural Alaskans bear the brunt of climate change; No piped sewer and water for Bethel's Avenues neighborhood; Eielson AFB commander says F-35's will usher new era of combat power; Wrangell removes prayer from public meetings… sort of; Alaska musher banned from Iditarod sled race next year; In Golovin, search continues for missing elder; Pacific High carving class brings serenity to students

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, Jan. 27, 2016

Education commissioner tosses controversial AMP test; New Medicaid reform committee strives for savings; Report: Alaska prisons, justice system need efficacy overhaul; On Kenai, cracked K-Beach Road re-opens to traffic; Spice conference convenes as overdoses in Anchorage persist; UA looks to consolidate programs at major campuses; New arrivals in Kotzebue Sound preying on belugas; American Polar Society honors UAF professor; Yukon Quest racers drop off food, gear for checkpoints; Mongolia looks to Alaska for help handling domestic violence Download Audio

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, March 21, 2019

Dunleavy keeps open court seat, questions nomination process; Lawmakers, open meeting advocates criticize conditions on attending Gov. Dunleavy meetings; Dunleavy appointee to lead state environmental agency hits back at critics; China, Russia find common cause in Arctic; Foretold Disaster – the Exxon Valdez oil spill; Anchorage efforts to reduce homelessness see success, challenges; Wild dogs take down muskox near Toksook Bay; Racist graffiti targets Homer restaurant owners; Eagles fly free as Alaska Raptor Center rings in spring

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, May 1, 2019

Dunleavy administration being sued for withholding $20M in education funding; Senate passes budget that ignores most of Dunleavy’s cuts; Tensions flare among members of Congress as anti-ANWR drilling bill clears committee; Rapidly-growing 2,500-acre wildfire burning on army training range near Fort Greely; Kasigluk boater recovered after being missing for 6 months; An international airplane feud could crimp one of Alaska's most lucrative fisheries; Fish and Game predicts larger salmon harvest compared to 2018; Hoonah Icy Strait Point prepares for influx of cruise ship passengers; MTA announces fiber optic network from Alaska to Lower 48; Whale dies after beaching near Turnagain Arm; Indian Country Today editor discusses TV expansion, search for Alaska reporter; 2 Y-K women recognized by Alaska Women's Hall of Fame

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2019

Interior Dept. kicks off new round of meetings on drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge; Dunleavy’s Fish and Game nominee vows tough stance against federal agencies; Alaska gets mixed grades in tobacco report; Deadline for Anchorage municipal election comes to a close with several new faces in the fold; Amazon refunds local sales taxes to nonprofits; Southeast students explore careers to meet Alaska’s behavioral health needs; Forest Service reschedules meeting on Southeast Alaska timber sales; Metlakatla approves observance of daylight saving time; Ask a Climatologist: 2018 one of warmest years on record; Brent Sass first in Dawson City during 2019 Yukon Quest

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2019

Dunleavy proposes doing away with public assistance payouts; Board changes eyed as a way to streamline; Tourism, courts, pensions, oil tax credits: Where Alaska Gov. Dunleavy wants to spend more cash ; Dunleavy wants to cut cruise ship watchdog program; House committees organize, five weeks after session began; Murkowski cool to Dunleavy cuts; Study: Steep tariff hikes needed for Port of Alaska repairs; Juneau, cruise industry make nice at regional conference as decision to appeal lawsuit lingers; In Sitka, a teacher wants her classroom to know who’s responsible for climate change; Research shows king salmon may be swimming with predators

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, March 6, 2019

For decades, the government stood between the Unangan people and the seals they subsist on. Now, that’s changing. ; Keith Miller, Alaska's third governor, dies at 94; Don Young: 46 years in an office he never expected to win; Alaskans split on Dunleavy PFD repayment plan; Dunleavy budget faces criticism at Alaska Native forum; State labor economist says state policies have affected recession length; EPA report shows increased chemical releases at Red Dog Mine, state pushes back; Trail stories unfold as musher begin to take 24-hour breaks in Takotna

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, April 5, 2019

Lawmakers wrestle with the state plans to privatize the Alaska Psychiatric Institute; Ballot initiative to move Alaska Legislature’s meetings clears early hurdle; Alaska Democrats look to swap caucuses with primary for 2020; Pebble backs lawsuit to halt Bristol Bay seafood association's funding for anti-mine groups; Former Gov. Bill Walker lands at political ally's law firm; A New York Times reporter discusses his story revealing the ANWR test well was ‘worthless’ ; State of Alaska petitions federal government to delist Arctic ringed seals under the Endangered Species Act; Southeast Alaska researchers get rare opportunity to study a sperm whale; AK: Know the risks before you visit Mendenhall Glacier’s newest ice cave; 49 Voices: Benjamin Agimuk of Bethel

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, Dec. 20, 2018

Trump administration takes next step towards oil lease sales in ANWR; Skagway mayor and her mother die after hit by DC tour bus; Skagway responds to the loss of Mayor Monica Carlson; Alaska regulators approve rules for onsite marijuana use; What does the Dunleavy administration mean for the proposed Pebble Mine?; Judge backs Alaska elections division in disputed recount; Former House members see pitfalls to narrow split, point to lessons; Crowd packs Eagle River school for quake recovery update; Anchorage School District teacher contracts include updates for 'academic freedom.' What does that mean?

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, Jan. 31, 2019

Trump Administration approves money for earthquake recovery; Search continues near Kake for missing plane; Nonprofit raises questions over recent Donlin state permits; Murkowski reintroduces bill to prevent violence against Indigenous women and girls; After scathing audit, Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority says fixes are underway; High ocean acidification found where salmon eat; Crafting a story of romance and resiliency with Tongass bowls; WWII-era mortar found at Haines museum; Yukon Quest mushers expect rough trail ahead due to thin snow cover; With cultural advisers and Indigenous writers, Molly of Denali creators work to make the show authentic

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, Aug. 25, 2017

Alaska Supreme Court upholds PFD cuts; State to replace Accu-Vote machines; Secretary Chao announces infrastructure changes for Alaska; Alaska authorities identify pilot in plane deadly crash; Assembly approves expansion to Sitka Hospital’s clinic; Fish contamination levels in Columbia River's Hanford reach prompts advisory; Fleet consolidation and loss of fishing jobs a hot topic at MSA hearing; AK: Gold claims expand as Herbert Glacier retreats; 49 Voices: Brittney Anderson of McGrath Listen now