Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, March 14, 2019

Murkowski votes to block Trump's emergency; Sullivan votes opposite; Alaska, oil companies to determine economic viability of gasline within 60 days; Juneau, cruise industry reach tentative agreement on passenger fees; Man dies in Haines avalanche; Young asks Army surgeon general for suicide inquiry; House committee to hold budget hearings across Alaska; Juneau legislators address budget concerns at town hall; Virginia GOP group helps boost conservative Anchorage school board candidates; Aerial surveys begin as ADF&G prepares for herring fishery; Three women finish in top ten for Iditarod, for the first time; 'This Much Country' chronicles path from journalism to mushing dogs

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, April 29, 2019

Napakiak mourns after two prisoners die in jail fire; Pot could leave black mark on immigration cases; Lawmakers are grappling with allowing a $3,000-dollar PFD in the budget; Dry weather forecasted throughout much of the state; Fire season kicks off with over a dozen fires statewide; Diomede’s outdated water system recovers only partially after failure; residents make do with snow melt and run-off; University of Alaska seeking people affected by data breach; The 2019 cruise ship season has begun; Alaska attorney general recovering after 'scare'; Someone took a sack of crap through Juneau airport security; New book packed with history of Southeast salmon canneries; Alaska Women's Hall of Fame induction tomorrow

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, June 12, 2019

Vote to draw from state savings account to pay for capital projects falls short; $20M state grant released to Alaska schools, but future funding remains unclear; Work begins on new site for village of Newtok; State employees anxious as government shutdown threat looms; Numerous fires spark around Interior; DEC details new plan to address PFAS in soil; Unusually high number of seal deaths reported along the coast of the Bering and Chukchi Seas; Ask a Climatologist: Anchorage close to record number of 'thunderstorm days'; Goat yoga? In Fairbanks, there’s a new animal to flow with: reindeer

Alaska News Nightly: July 9, 2007

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Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Legislature making little public progress; education bill dies in House; educators debate rural school challenges; NTSB says plane hit eagle before crashing; wildfire spotted near Wasilla; Sitka property hit by landslide taxable; liquor store opens in Sitka; researchers assessing ash over Kodiak

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, August 3, 2016

State responds to two oil spills at Drift River in Cook Inlet; Park Service continues work on repairs following mudslide; Skagway official sentenced to 12 months and a day in prison; Denali East Fork wolf pack status currently unknown; ASD using new searchable database to craft solutions for district's weaknesses; Anchorage teams with artist co-op to foster creativity and community; earthquake simulator to bring jolt of awareness to Southeast and Yukon; researchers capture bear-salmon interactions on camera

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, Nov. 6, 2017

Alaska House rejects repeal of controversial criminal justice law; Suspect in Sitka shooting charged with assault; BLM is moving forward on proposed Ambler Road project; Alaska village leaders consider joining, forming borough; Alaska Aerospace Corporation starts company for out-of-state services; After one month of K300 registrations, roster half-full for 2018; Subsistence council proposal would allow bear baiting on federal lands; Higher wolf quota recommended for Prince of Wales Island; Dutch Harbor ranks as nation's top port for 20th consecutive year; Fairbanks mayor: as state ends funding, borough must address $400M building-maintenance backlog; ASAA approves request to combine Juneau’s high school football teams Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, June 8, 2018

Conoco’s big plans for NPR-A are getting even bigger; Can a Northeast Chinese city be Alaska's next big trading partner?; Bristol Bay Economic Development Corporation votes to support Yes for Salmon; An Alaska geologist returns from the lava scene on Hawaii's Big Island; Anchorage police investigating chlorine powder near homeless shelter; Sitka man takes plea deal in murder of girlfriend; will serve 45 years; AK: The tucked-away Icy Waves Surf Shop on the island of Yakutat; 49 Voices: Nellie Vale of Yakutat Listen now

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: Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2019

House deadlock persists after Knopp votes for himself for speaker; State Revenue Commissioner outlines administration's budgeting policy; Big win for Murkowski: Public lands bill passes Senate; Alaska Native issues feature prominently at hearing on Arctic Refuge oil leasing; Brazil dam disaster sparks questions over the safety of Donlin's tailings dam; Ask an Economist: What does the PFD do for jobs, crime and health in Alaska?; Brent Sass recounts winning strategy for his second Yukon Quest victory

Alaska News Nightly: April 1, 2019

Judge blocks Trump administration move to undo Obama ban on Arctic oil leasing; Soldier killed during live-fire exercise near Fort Greely; 'Stay off the ice' BSAR warns as two die from four-wheelers falling through ice; Anchorage municipal ballots due April 2; State regulators propose changing how to implement Clean Water Act; Tariffs force Alaska seafood industry to look beyond China; Juneau homeless service providers worry governor’s budget could close facilities; For Kachemak City residents, DIY roadwork beats higher taxes; Auluturta: The story of the 2019 Cama-i Spirit Mask

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, May 14, 2019

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

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, June 28, 2019

University system, Medicaid hit hard as Gov. Mike Dunleavy vetoes nearly $400 million from the state budget; UA president: Dunleavy vetoes 'will impact everything we do'; Alaska Gov. Dunleavy wields veto pen to attack state Supreme Court over abortion ruling; Justice department pledges $10.5M in emergency funds for public safety; Homeless shelters receive large cuts with Dunleavy vetoes; Gov. Dunleavy cuts $20.7 million for low-income seniors; Swan Lake fire 20 percent contained; AK: Solstice golf, Haines style; 49 Voices: Jennifer Younger of Sitka

Alaska News Nightly: November 24, 2009

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Alaska News Nightly: December 12, 2013

Gov. Parnell Proposes $1 Billion In Budget Cuts; Presidential Adviser Pete Rouse Touts Alaska Roots; Savoonga Whales Fulfill Musical Needs; Warming Arctic Likely Contributing To Erratic Worldwide Weather Patterns; Revisions Required For Shell’s 2014 Chukchi Exploration Plan; Bethel Homeless Shelter To Open By Christmas; Eaglecrest In Finals Of Ski Town Throwdown; US Women’s Nordic Team Entering Third World Cup Week Download Audio

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, May 22, 2017

Progressives make voices heard at Sullivan town hall; Rally urges lawmakers to preserve state education funding; Hilcorp will assess Cook Inlet gas line after "permanent" fix; Food security meeting seeks input; New road and landowner collaboration key to harvesting young growth Tongass timber; Yukon subsistence fishermen needed to collect king salmon samples; House passes bill banning wolf harvest in northeast Denali Park; State asks for mule deer sightings due to concern about spread of moose winter tick; As states tighten restrictions on ivory, Skagway carvers worry about the future Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, Feb. 19, 2018

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

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, Aug. 29, 2018

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

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, Jan. 11, 2019

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

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2019

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