Alaska News Nightly: July 23, 2008

The AGIA plan passes the Alaska House, headed for the Senate, but not without some grousing along the way. Plus, Fairbanks will open a...

Alaska News Nightly: January 18, 2010

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Alaska News Nightly: June 4, 2007

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Alaska News Nightly: November 7, 2011

Shay Resigns After Arrest, Begich Frustrated Over Lack of Gas Line Project Progress, Alaska-Based Soldier Charged With Attempted Espionage, Goose Creek Prison Will Open in Spring, Pollock B Season Wraps Up, But Some Fish Still Left on Table, ‘Supreme Court Live’ to be Held at Lathrop High School, Sitka Listed Among Global Running Destination, Anchorage Receives Over 10 Inches of Snow Since Saturday

Alaska News Nightly: July 1, 2013

Oil Sheen Spotted Leaking From Sunken Tender In Bristol Bay; Redistricting Board Puts Another Set Of Maps Up For Review; Rate For Subsidized Stafford Loans Doubles; Employees Worry About State-Imposed Office Space Standards; Bill Puts $35 Million Toward Residential Housing For ANMC; 3 Killed In Nunam Iqua House Fire; 150 March In Support of ‘Fairbanks Four’; Adak Seeks Processing Plant Operator; Centennial Denali Expedition Reaches Summit Download Audio

Alaska News Nightly: November 24, 2014

Judge Temporarily Halts EPA's 404(c) Process on Pebble Mine; Walker Transition Team Brings 250 Delegates to Shape Policy; Details Sketchy on Expanded Deferred Action for Illegal Immigrants; New Activity Seen At Mount Shishaldin; BBAHC Testing All Expectant Mothers For Opioid Use; For Better Storm Warnings, NWS Goes Local; Interior's Dry Weather To Continue; Report: Subsidized logging costs feds millions; "Frost" Brings Art Seekers into Anchorage Parks Download Audio

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, Mar. 29, 2016

Four bills aimed at cutting state costs raise local concerns; ‘Huge anomaly’: warm winter limits sea-ice formation, experts say; Murkowski holds hearings to discuss public lands handling; 'Gateways for Growth': New plan to make Municipality more inclusive; severed cable in Kansas hampers test grading in Sitka; Ketchikan responders train for terrorism; Russian and American officials sign wildlife management agreement; Peninsula 'Food Hubs' set to launch in May Download Audio

Alaska News Nightly: Dec. 19, 2016

Alaska’s three electors vote for Trump with little incident; State irked at feds’ new GPS survey method; State tax division responds to new oil price projections; Alaska saw record-high number of suicides in 2015; Man sentenced for attacks in Alaska's Iditarod race; Obama brought attention to threatened Arctic villages, but little funding so far; Alutiiq language immersion school to open in Kodiak; Puffin die-off on St. Paul Island may point to larger ecosystem problems Listen Now

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, July 7, 2017

House and Senate look to compromise on oil and gas tax credits; Fairbanks health care rally draws diverse crowd; Black bear that attacked workers near Pogo Mine was behaving like a predator; Silver salmon buyer coming to Kuskokwim Bay; New Anchorage power plant improves efficiency and reliability while increasing rates; As Cape Greig walruses draw “flightseers,” pilots urge caution; YK Delta villages receive federal energy grants; Anchorage exhibit highlights 'unseen' exploits of combat medics; AK: ANSEP students get an inside look on the world of sharks; 49 Voices: Merridy Littell of Anchorage Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, Nov. 17, 2017

New pipeline partnership with China still a mystery; First in decades, Anchorage mumps outbreak triples in size; Alaskan powerlifter Natalie Hanson breaks world record, squatting 3.2 times her body weight; Elephant trophies? Young says yes; Forty Mile caribou hunt to open early; ADN will once again mean Anchorage Daily News; AK: "Kicking the sky with your feet," four teams compete in Bethel's NYO Invitational; 49 Voices: John Active of Bethel Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, March 14, 2018

The trans-Alaska pipeline fights off about 22 million cyber attacks. Daily.; New Norwegian champ, Joar Ulsom wins 2018 Iditarod; Juneau students take part in national student walkout protesting gun violence; Proposed constitutional amendment would protect dividends, sort of; Mendenhall Towers climbers presumed deceased; search ends; Toksook Bay Tribe receives more than 10 million federal dollars for trail construction; Japanese tsunami litters North American shores with 10 times the trash Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, July 4, 2018

Conoco buys BP's stake in Alaska No. 2 oilfield; Two new wildfires are  fought in Yukon Flats; Alaska CDQ group wants Congress to count heads; Missing backpackers found dead; Stand for Salmon join Bethel group in protesting Donlin Mine; State officials tour  Yukon River communities, talking salmon; Head of Iditarod drug testing resigns; Wildlife get 3,000 more acres creating corridor on Afognak Island; Coast Guard moves north for 'Arctic Shield' 2018; North Pole moves ahead with water project; Mount Marathon racers: David Norris Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, Oct. 18, 2018

Walker remains in the race — for now; Apology from Gov. Walker over historical trauma highlights day one of annual AFN convention; Tara Sweeney returns to AFN, now representing feds; Ex juvenile official charged with possessing child pornography; Anchorage School District enters mediation with teachers union over contracts; Seward prepares for emergency declaration as flooding continues; Seismologist says earthquake may have triggered mudslide on the Haines Highway; Fairbanks commission calls for more sustainable practices; Some Board of Fish members express interest in limiting hatchery production; In small town Alaska, conflicts of interest a tricky subject Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, Dec. 21, 2018

Alaska's senators react to a partial government shutdown; Dunleavy picks Jackson for Alaska House seat; Judge says court should uphold House District 1 recount; Alaska groups sue EPA over air quality; Mechanical issues trigger rural air cargo delays; Family of Cody Eyre hold tribute to son on one-year anniversary of his death by Fairbanks police; Alaska’s top forester talks timber in Southeast; Unalakleet constructing assisted living facility to serve elders of Norton Sound; How Juneau grocers are helping families during winter break; AK: TubaChristmas spreads brassy holiday cheer in Anchorage; 49 Voices: Tribute to Dave Waldron

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, Feb. 7, 2019

Anchorage and Mat-Su school districts report millions in post-quake repair costs, with millions more to come; Measles vaccines OK locally; outbreak in Washington state; Former Ketchikan teacher pleads guilty to sexual abuse of minor; gets six years; Police release info on two Anchorage homicides; GVEA to cut carbon emissions by 26 percent by 2030; environmentalists urge more cuts; Ask A Climatologist: Remembering 6.5 ft of snow pelting Richardson Highway decades ago; Measure funding Native language programs supported in Alaska; Quest leaders head out of Dawson in close proximity; Transforming perspectives on trauma through paintings of hope

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, March 25, 2019

Sullivan on Mueller report: 'There's no evidence of collusion. It's over.'; Alaska lawmakers weigh becoming only state to not fund medical education; Environmental groups threaten to sue federal government over dispersants used on oil spills; Pentagon: Missile defense test succeeds in shootdown; Alaska chief justice defends judicial nominating process; Alaskans pack Anchorage hearing to testify on proposed state budget cuts; Yukon Territory says the US is on the hook for Alaska Highway upgrades; DEC looks into helicopter fuel spill in Jakolof Bay; NPS gives go-ahead to 7 new cruise lines to Glacier Bay; Public divided over process for establishing federal water quality protections; Ketchikan Kings reclaim state title after 45 years

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, May 7, 2019

House and Senate work to finish their budgets; LeDoux stripped of assignments after break with caucus; As memories of the Exxon Valdez fade, a plea to Congress to retain the lessons learned; Conservation groups sue over Prince of Wales Island project; Anchorage School District HR head charged with harassment; University of Alaska reorganizing HR department; Palmer telecom begins work on first overland fiber-optic link to Lower 48; Alaska salmon industry's access to lucrative markets hinges on sustainable eco-label; Friend and running partner, ‘Rascal’ fatally mauled thwarting bear attack; Eagle with 8-foot wing span crashes into Alaska home; Haines Women’s A Cappella Chorus welcomes Tazlina to the Upper Lynn Canal

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, June 20, 2019

Time for Murkowski to take a stand on Pebble? She says not yet.; Dunleavy to lawmakers: PFD formula must be approved by popular vote; Anchorage homelessness problem draws frustration from both sides of issue; Alaska Congress members ask to tap relief funds for seafood; Appellate court rejects Alaskans appeal in Carnival pollution case; Fishing regulations on the Kuskokwim: Do they restrict Yup'ik culture or preserve it?; Following the purchase of Minto Mine, Yukon ore may be shipped from Skagway once again; Alaska Mental Health Trust plans new land use permit, fees; UAF officials say they've got a better idea on completion date of power plant ; As summer travel season begins, Fairbanks airport reminds locals of parking regulations

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, Aug. 6, 2019

Bill setting PFDs, reversing vetoes headed to Dunleavy on Wednesday, spokesperson says; Bethel water testing shows lead and copper levels exceeding federal standards; Nome officials suspend search for missing 14-year-old Nome girl; Man charged in Alaska cold case enters not guilty pleas; 2 men drown in canoeing accident on Kasilof River; University of Alaska to survey staff, students, community members about how to move forward; Parents recount traumatic stories from WVHS football players; US troops work to build homes with residents of Newtok, nation's first community to relocate due to climate change; Alaska senator says he's sickened by weekend mass shootings; Court reinstates Sarah Palin suit against New York Times; Iron Dog race officials announce change in course; Storms flood Kotlik, but other communities see little damage; In Alaska and nationwide, business groups push for inclusive hiring

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, Sept. 19, 2019

State Senate Republicans reject the governor's appointee. Also: A brief spike in oil prices from attacks on a Saudi producer won't help the state's budget.