Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, Sept. 5, 2019

Coastal Alaska communities are bracing for higher ticket prices and big reductions in ferry service. Also: It's time to stock up on your supply of reusable grocery bags — Anchorage's plastic ban bag goes into effect Sept. 15.

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, Oct. 21, 2019

A passenger describes what it was like on board the plane that crash landed in Dutch Harbor yesterday, killing one person. Also: Corporate leaders express support for the effort to recall Gov. Mike Dunleavy on day two of the Alaska Federation of Natives Convention in Fairbanks.

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, Dec. 5, 2019

The company trying to get federal permits for the Pebble Mine is going to need a lot more money to keep up the pace. Plus: A group of young scientists are logging data to try to figure out how warmer water temperatures will affect future salmon returns. And, a service member sues an Anchorage car dealer over a so-called "yo-yo scam."

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, Jan. 22, 2020

Debate over the PFD fractures the Senate Majority caucus and the recall Dunleavy campaign resumes after an accidental delay.

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, March 6, 2020

Health officials say the state has enough tests for coronavirus. Plus: Doctors in Alaska say people should not panic over the virus. And, the Southeast community of Tenakee Springs tries to cope without ferry service.

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, April 20, 2020

Alaska Senator Dan Sullivan defends coronavirus aid for Alaska Native Corporations. Plus: Clean-up crews run into difficulties in Valdez as an oil spill grows. And, Alaskans take their haircuts into their own hands.

Alaska News Nightly: October 25, 2007

BP has agreed to pay $20 million in fines for actions -- and inactions -- related to last year's oil pipeline spill on the...

Alaska News Nightly: January 18, 2010

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Alaska News Nightly: July 26, 2011

36 Alaska Post Offices In Danger of Posting, Rural Alaska Program’s Success Attract Outside Dentists, Men in Juneau Earn Significantly More than Women, Bethel Residents React to Newspaper Shutdown, and more...

Alaska News Nightly: June 19, 2013

Murkowski Endorses Gay Marriage; Alaska Couples Await Supreme Court Decision On DOMA, Prop 8; Sullivan Says He Will Run For Lieutenant Governor; State To Receive Brief Relief From Heat Wave; Steller Sea Lion To Give Birth To New Pup; Glacier Bay Lodge May Shut Down; New Deal Proposed For Possible Chena Hot Springs Expansion Download Audio

Alaska News Nightly: January 9, 2015

Lawmakers Begin Releasing Prefiled Bills; Halcro Files Letter Of Intent In Anchorage Mayor's Race; Juneau Resident In Paris During Attack On Charlie Hebdo Magazine; Mat-Su Borough Seeks Railroad Funds; Blue Crest Plans New Onshore Wells, LNG Shipments; Alaska Skiers Placing Well In National Championships; AK: The Art of Medicine; Essay: The Experience Of An Art Model Download Audio

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, Nov. 10, 2016

Transitions in gas line team as state takes charge of project; Longtime private-sector engineer to head state’s oil and gas division; New House majority names slate of chairpersons; Veteran Town hall to be held in Palmer; Budget cuts leave some Alaskans chilly this winter; University of Alaska takes sports off the budget chopping block; Juneau Police Department to outfit 40 officers with body cameras; Retail marijuana sales in Juneau could begin this month; Trial of Kavairlook murder suspects postponed until January; New online service aims to ease commutes, encourage alternative transportation; High-level U.S., Canadian military chiefs meet again to confer on Arctic training, operations; Through a student lens: Films focus on place, culture and climate change Listen Now

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, Aug. 11, 2017

Lawsuit to evict ADN over unpaid bills threatens paper’s future; Permanent Fund Corp. headquarters to undergo $4 million renovation; Hilcorp reports another spill in Cook Inlet; How books and buses are fighting summer hunger in rural Alaska; Alaska officials proceed with hydroelectric plant expansion; Delta Junction state parks user fees to stay the same this year; AK: Metlakatla residents celebrate their community's 130th birthday; 49 Voices: Sierra Anderson of Nome Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, Jan. 17, 2018

Top Republican, Democrat in Alaska Senate differ on income tax; Lawmaker skips training amid dispute over harassment probe; Rep. Young wants earmarks back, and he’s not alone; State-ordered investigation following BP leak finds no additional problem wells; Once thought settled, Alaska LNG eyes alternative gasline routes; Calls for service plummet amid new strategy at Anchorage shelter; Among 100-plus proposals, Sitka’s sac roe herring fishery a top issue; Mat-Su Borough Assembly rejects agreement with state on air quality; State agencies provide stopgap timber for Southeast industry; World’s 'tightest house' on the market in Dillingham. 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, Oct. 5, 2018

In preliminary vote, Murkowski is sole Republican 'no' vote on advancing Kavanaugh; Three-way race for governor complicates campaign strategies; Key Alaska seafood products dropped from list of Chinese tariffs; Former ADN owner reaches settlement in bankruptcy case; Katmai kicks off 'Fat Bear Week,' polls are open ; AK: Lt. Gov. Mallott remembers John Active’s contributions to language revitalization; 49 Voices: Steve Henrikson of Juneau Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, Aug. 21, 2019

'Pride' and 'sadness' for local Alaska crews who saved some homes from wildfires, and saw others burn; Caribou Lake Fire grows to 700 acres overnight; Swan Lake Fire pushes Cooper Landing's smoky air quality off the charts, literally; Pentagon scraps Fort Greely missile plan; Will EPA veto Pebble? Boss of agency says it’s not his call; Trump’s path to ‘energy dominance’ in Alaska hits a key obstacle: lawyers; Veto to debt reimbursement could raise your tax bill; To bolster financial options for refugees, a state program works to get them into farming

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: Monday, March 18, 2019

Green New Deal? Murkowski says no, opts for middle way on climate; State report confirms troubles with handling violence at state's only psychiatric hospital; Republicans leave school budget subcommittee in protest over process; State forecasts higher oil prices, lower production in spring update; Ft. Wainwright soldier dies in wreck off Parks Highway; Scientists question whether Fish and Game’s massive hatchery salmon study is biased; Court rules against Klukwan, conservation groups in permitting lawsuit; Alaska lawmakers learn about a subsistence superfood; New UAF research may be groundbreaking for electronic data storage; Lead facilitator of Anchorage youth leadership program to retire after 22 years

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