Wesley Early, Alaska Public Media


Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, Feb. 18, 2016

In a day, Murkowski changes her tone on court nominee; GAO: Rush imperils missile defense; UA opposes bill that would allow for concealed carrying on campus; state leaders look to fix Alaskan health issues; Palmer heroin dealer to face federal charges; former Juneau lawmaker fined $18K for allegedly helping oil companies while seeking oil jobs; budding cannabis entrepreneur is not who you think; 2016 Iron Dog Race projected to be faster and riskier; Yukon Quest rookies help each other on the trail Download Audio

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, Feb. 16, 2016

Myers announces retirement, third Walker cabinet change in three weeks; hovercraft case among those Scalia’s death leaves in limbo; Murkowski field hearing highlights rural Alaska’s unique energy issues, solutions; no easy solution for Anchorage detox bed shortage; damaged cable leaves Sitka and Angoon with shoddy service; Unalaska residents flock to Museum of the Aleutians open house; cyclist surprises as Yukon Quest winds down and racers reach the finish Download Audio

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, Feb 8, 2016

Legislature to focus on budget; ANC buys part of gas field; MODA gets OK to continue selling insurance; Angoon calls for help with mercury levels; AMHS benefits more than Southeast, Southwest; Dillingham police get body cam upgrade; Sass takes Yukon Quest lead; youngsters learning trapping tradition Download Audio

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, Jan. 25, 2016

Richter scale a poor measure of localized shaking; 4 homes lost to gas fire after Cook Inlet earthquake; Senate to take up energy modernization bill; Sullivan moves to halt proposed ban on predator control in Alaska refuges; Denali Park proposes to better protect wolves; Plans announced for new state Public Integrity Unit; Redington first in Northern Lights 300, despite quake; Inupiaq tattoos to make big screen at Sundance Download Audio