Alaska News Nightly: September 25, 2012

Department of the Interior Announces NPR-A Lease Sale; Parnell Visits Asia, Touts Alaska’s Resource Potential; False Pass Experimenting With Hydro Power; Brotherhood Bridge For Sale; Medical Examiners Work To ID Body Found Near Coastal Trail; Alaska Railroad to Resume Freight Service; USGS Tests Early Earthquake Warning System In California; Cruise Ship Wastewater Handling Practices May Change; Historian Discovers Early Cartographer Technique

Alaska News Nightly: July 23, 2014

Fishers in Tell State to Stop Commercial Openings; State Releases New Mercury Guidelines; Enstar Hearing Packed; Judge Rules in Set Netting Case; Canadian Environmental Officials Give OK to Mine Near Ketchikan; Arctic Birds Show More Signs of Mercury; Cup'ik Language Gets App; Daniels Leads Jazz Workshop

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: Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2016

Procession held in Anchorage for fallen Fairbanks police officer; Mental Health advocates asking Governor to look into actions of Mental Health Trust; New Mat-Su flood mapping system more accurate; Sea Life Center receives grant; Plot to attack HAARP facility in Gakona stopped by Georgia police; Driest October on record in Fairbanks; Hughes, Hale vie for Senate F; Alaskan gulls carry drug-resistant E. coli; Salmon fishing in St. Paul: Building a new subsistence resource Listen Now

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, June 30, 2017

Disability advocates meet outside Murkowski's Fairbanks office, protesting Senate Healthcare bill; Alaska governor participates in White House energy meeting; An Interior wildfire sparks back up; University of Alaska Southeast tightens belt, gets creative after budget cuts; Wrangell contract talks resume, strikers return to work; Longliners say killer whales stealing fish more persistent than ever; No joke: A bear walks into a Lemon Creek liquor store; Katmai bear cam is back for its sixth year; AK: Ketchikan Arts Council hosts summertime story slams; 49 Voices: Adam Foutch of Anchorage Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, Dec. 8, 2017

House Majority calls on Dean Westlake to resign amid sexual harassment allegations; One of the Fairbanks Four sues the city over alleged civil rights violations; As Alaska’s gasline corporation pushes for deal in Asia, legislators push for more information; Parents help uncover marijuana edible dealing in Bethel High School; Road crews reopen Richardson Highway after avalanche; DOT officials struggle to keep up with recent snow storm; Ask a Climatologist: Jet stream pattern keeps Alaska warm, Lower 48 cold; AK: In the industrial heart of Anchorage is a warehouse full of wild birds; 49 Voices: Peter Twitchell of Bethel Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, April 10, 2018

Former Planned Parenthood worker rejected for midwives board; Facebook CEO dodges Sullivan's softball; Imprisoned militia leader Schaeffer Cox petitions Supreme Court to review conviction; Trump picks Anchorage attorney for District Court; NTSB releases report on 2017 Hageland Aviation crash; State Senate makes small cut to ferry system budget; University of Alaska extends comment period for proposed timber sale near Haines, Klukwan; John Active retires from KYUK; Building resilience through basketballs and berries Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, July 16, 2018

Alaska senators fault Trump for going easy on Putin; Alaska’s LNG project looking for private contractor to help with federal permitting; Inupiaq woman criticizes use of her image in Dunleavy ad, campaign deletes footage; NTSB: The F/V Destination sank after accumulating ice in heavy freezing spray; Iditarod adds four new board members amid criticism; Alaska National Guard turns over rural armories for public use; Commercial company conducts rocket exercise at Kodiak launch facility; State's only coal mine celebrates 75th anniversary; When traditional banking isn't an option, try this out instead; Looking to fill niche and begin enterprise, Anchorage teen opens streetwear store Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, Nov. 23, 2018

House District One race still tied, headed for coin toss; New federal report: Climate change is going to be expensive in Alaska and impact every household in the state; Medicaid decision allows more beds for substance abuse treatment; Small Business Saturday spotlights Alaska companies; Scientists map shifting migration around Alaska mountains, using GPS-equipped eagles; Bethel remembers Mary Ciuniq Pete; AK: Heated by hot springs, Tenakee Springs Museum tells community’s story; 49 Voices: Russell Sell of Anchorage

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, Jan. 18, 2019

Some GOP defied Trump on Russia sanctions, but Alaskans did not; Advocates wonder how policy changes will affect those looking to reenter society after prison; Dillingham well tests positive for PFAS contamination; Native corporations maintaining Alaska forests find a carbon credit buyer: oil company BP; Despite the shutdown, it’s been a dizzying week for a Southeast Alaska timber sale; Volunteer veterinarians at the Kuskokwim 300; AK: Hundreds of Douglas kids band together in music class; 49 Voices: Lawrence Bahovec of Wrangell

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 18, 2019

Legislators reject six Dunleavy appointees to boards and commissions; Dunleavy fills second Palmer court seat after delay; Maine governor approves extradition of accused UAF cold case killer to Alaska; Anchorage bust nets heroin, fentanyl totaling 10-plus pounds; Elim without potable water; boil notice issued; As cruise ships grow, more passengers are headed to Alaska; The special ingredient inside these new gluten-free noodles? Fish, from Alaska.; Donlin Gold to begin drilling program; If approved, Fairbanks could have its first female police chief; Ask a Climatologist: The mid-April snow people are seeing is not surprising

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, May 31, 2019

Suspect in village fatal shooting makes self-defense claim; Attorney General Barr says 'very basics of public safety are lacking in the villages'; Pilot dies in crash of experimental airplane near Wasilla; NTSB releases preliminary report for Metlakatla floatplane crash; UAF relocating long-standing reindeer herd off campus farm; Federal researchers open formal investigation into gray whale deaths, including Alaska's; Dunleavy taps former aide for vacant Board of Fish seat; Searchers work to recover Napaskiak man who drowned in Kuskokwim River; AK: Silver-haired Haines athletes go for gold; 49 Voices: Shane Baldwin of St. Paul

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Dunleavy calls lawmakers to Juneau to continue special session; ACLU sues Dunleavy over "punitive" cuts to court system; National credit rating agency downgrades University of Alaska's credit rating by three notches; Alaska State Arts Council shuts down after funding loss; Alaska sees first measles case since 2015; 'We're never going to surrender' -- Sarah James on a life fighting oil drilling in the Arctic Refuge; Owner of tug that spilled diesel in Canadian waters fined millions; Bears try to move in, Angoon sets boundaries; Author of 'American Predator' describes murder spree of Israel Keyes

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, Aug. 30, 2019

Governor Dunleavy selects Representative Laddie Shaw to fill the late Chris Birch's Senate seat. Plus, the state asks the U.S Supreme Court to uphold the rights of a funeral home that fired a transgender employee.

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, Oct. 15, 2019

Questions about the governor's relationship with the Alaska Federation of Natives. Also: A proposal to fully exempt Tongass National Forest from the Roadless Rule draws criticism.

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, Nov. 29, 2019

Arrests after weeks of waiting: Five people are charged in the murder of a 21-year-old Seward resident, whose body was found three months ago. Plus, a storm hits Western Alaska, knocking out power and phone service for some communities. And, Cable television network A&E is launching a new reality television series called “Alaska PD,” following law enforcement in Kodiak, Petersburg, Kotzebue and Fairbanks.

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, Jan. 16, 2020

The Anchorage Archdiocese has released the names of clergy members and church employees accused of sexual misconduct. Plus: Sitka officials consider redesigning the city's seal. And, volunteer cooks prepare to feed hungry mushers during the Kuskowim 300 Sled Dog Race.
A beluga head pokes up through the water

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, March 2, 2020

The Recall Dunleavy campaign begins signature gathering. Plus: A senate bill that will commemorate a tragedy moves forward. And, researchers struggle to explain why the Cook Inlet beluga whale population continues to decline.

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, April 15, 2020

Tension surfaces between coastal cities and the state over quarantine rules. Plus: Alaska Tribes say Native Corporations shouldn't be eligible for CARES act funding. And, putting on a comedy show during a pandemic.