Alaska News Nightly: October 6, 2014

HUD Grants Aimed at Alaska Native Housing Projects; Gwitch'in Translators Scramble to Ready Election Materials; Gov. Parnell Rescinds Termination Order for 2 Guard Officials; Conservation Group Sues to Block Controversial Southeast Timber Sale; Texas Police Chief Chosen To Lead In Fairbanks; 55 Left Without Care After Juneau Daycare Abruptly Closes; Alaska Book Week: 'Pup & Pokey' and A Journey Into Kid Lit Download Audio:

Alaska News Nightly: August 5, 2013

Plane Crashes Near Katmai, No Injuries Reported; Alaska Permanent Fund Ends Year With $44.9B Value; Historic Gold Dredge Burns Near Fairbanks; Long Creek Fire Halted At 84 Acres; Crews Fight Copper River Valley Wildfires; Wrangell Sawmill Destroyed In Fire; Su Dam Opponents Ask For Documents Explaining FERC Decision; Seldovia Family Completes Cook Inlet Trek; Youth Crew Builds Memories At Spencer Glacier; Kodiak Coats Closing; May Remake Itself Download Audio

Wildfire near Dillingham grows to 1,000 acres

The Kenakuchuk Creek fire northeast of Okstukuk Lake likely started by lightning, and first reported by area pilots. State firefighting assets out of McGrath will monitor fire that is in a "limited protection zone."

Alaska News Nightly: July 28, 2011

Arctic Scientist Under Investigation, Officials Hammer Out Details on U.S. Russia Polar Bear Treaty, UAF Researchers Unlocking Secret of Hibernation, Young Argues to Strip Park Service’s Power in Yukon Charley Preserve, and more...

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, July 27, 2018

BLM projects 'insignificant' impact from seismic work in ANWR; Capsized vessel near Clark's Point being salvaged; Computer virus disrupts several Mat-Su services; Woman charged with 149 counts Alaska dividend fraud; Pebble review continues after Walker seeks delay; Taixtsalda Hill fire has 113 firefighters trying to contain it; Two separate people pawed by separate Katmai bears in 'minor' incidents; New farm bill program aims to help food insecurity in Alaska; AK: Petersburg High graduate with cerebral palsy ready for new challenges; 49 Voices: Janene Driscoll of Gustavus Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: August 25, 2014

Scientists Check Up On Nuclear Site Rattled By Summer Quake; Experimental Rocket Explodes After Launch In Kodiak; Female Inmate Found Dead In Cell; 4 Injured in Brooks Range Plane Crash; Dems' Gubernatorial Nominee Makes A Campaign Stop in Juneau; Nees To Run As A Write-In Candidate For State House; Emergency Housing Ministry Looks to Grow In Unalaska; Muskox Killed in Wales While Attacking Dog; New Cookbook Highlights Traditional Foods In the Aleutians/Pribilofs; Binders, Pencils, Erasers: Homer Charity Readies Kids For School Download Audio:

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, March 21, 2018

Army Corps of Engineers schedules meetings for public Pebble input; Fisher seeks new sources of revenue for state; After avalanche, crews clear road to Hatcher Pass; In thwarted home invasion, Alakanuk shooter stopped by daughter's boyfriend; Perryville man arrested, charged with murdering his grandfather; Response to oil spill in the Shuyak Strait continues; Cost of Cold: Scavenging for coal off a Homer beach; Proposed Fairbanks ordinance would squelch ‘free market’, marijuana business owners say; Mentoring program to close in Haines, Homer, Hoonah, Sitka Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Governor's office warns state workers of potential government shutdown; U.S. Missile Defense conducts anti-ICBM system successfully; AVCP calls for reinstating order giving tribes a voice in Northern Bering Sea development; Is Anchorage America's most diverse city? Depends on who you ask; With tug still underwater, Samson develops salvage plan; Group trying to keep Fox Spring open faces impending fundraising deadline; Forum addresses Kodiak food systems; One victim in Portland hate speech stabbing has Juneau ties; Copper River fisherman found dead; Bethel robotics team "The Moosekateers" goes to Nationals; Ask a Climatologist: Will May gloom bring summer doom? Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: April 30, 2012

State House Delays Decision To Adjourn; Finance Committee Meets To Address High Energy Costs; Manly Hot Springs Conditions Improving After Flooding; Advocates Speak At ‘Indigenous Women’s Environmental And Reproductive Health Symposium’; Subsistence Rights Top Concerns At UN Hearings; Endowment Fund Created In Comeau’s Name; APD Calls On Public To Help Find Missing Airman, Clinton Reeves; Fairbanks Man Fine After Bear Attack On Kodiak Island; USGS Mapping Going Digital; Chena Hot Springs Resort Hoping To Expand

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, Oct. 31, 2018

Meet the two men who have spent $700,000 trying to make Mike Dunleavy Alaska’s governor; Poll finds less than one percent margin in race for governor; Campaign filings show focus on Fairbanks Senate, House races; Utqiagvik fugitive in fatal shooting taken into custody; Woman struck, killed after stepping out of crashed vehicle; Open enrollment for individual health insurance begins Nov. 1; Gustavus households offered safe drinking water after latest PFAS scare; Public comments for onsite marijuana consumption due by Thursday evening; Amid growing global demand for aircraft mechanics, local training program opens in Y-K Delta; In Goodnews Bay, the Pledge of Allegiance is a way to speak Yup’ik in school Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: October 28, 2008

Governor Palin and John McCain call on Ted Stevens to resign from the US Senate. Also, Alaskans join Americans in the lower 48 in...

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, Oct. 16, 2017

Lawmakers debate the best path forward for crime reduction; State corporation sets December deadline to find customers for Alaska’s gas; "Part Land, Part Water – Always Native": 34th Annual Elders and Youth Conference kicks off; JBER-based soldier dies while traveling from Hawaii to Alaska; State recoups almost $600,000 from suit involving Interior river; Strong year for commercial salmon harvest statewide; People from across the country travel to Kodiak to learn how to smoke fish; 2013 Dalton Highway fuel spill clean-up concludes; Laying the groundwork for housing solutions; Emergency radio kit from Southeast Alaska sent to help Puerto Rico broadcaster Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: November 3, 2009

On the eve of the general election, a new "Troopergate" report has cleared Governor Sarah Palin of ethics violations. Plus, a Stevens juror admitted...

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, July 26, 2019

Alaska House absences draw attention; State warns striking ferry workers of loss of health coverage; Moody’s sees negative outlook for Alaska’s credit rating; Alaska appeals court sends murder case back to lower court 'We’re gonna be out on the streets' Anchorage readies for homeless crisis; Chair of Rasmuson Foundation, and Dunleavy voter, walks back support for governor; Governor’s veto could close Head Start classrooms in Southeast Alaska; Donlin Gold suspends operations as Smith Creek Fire grows

Alaska News Nightly: February 24, 2011

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Alaska News Nightly: February 14, 2013

Officials Concerned About Sequester Effects On Indian Health Services; Cruise Ship Waste Bill Opened For Amendments; Homer Police Actions During 2006 Airport Shooting Go On Trial; Expert: Southeast Cluster Initiative Working; Anchorage Assembly OKs Landing Of Big Jet; ‘Into Great Silence’ Investigates Secret Life Of Whales; Pickle Ball Makes Way To Homer

Alaska News Nightly: Aug. 12, 2016

Stock turns in signatures to challenge Murkowski; Rep. Reinbold reimburses state for per-diem payments earned on vacation; signs, cash, puppies: competing strategies in state's most expensive primary; affordable housing for seniors opens in East Anchorage; state fund for renewable power falls prey to budget woes; why students and scientists spend summer on ice; AK: The simple (subsistence) life; 49 Voices: Elissa Brown of Anchorage Listen now
Closest to the camera is a woman in a red blazer, in the middle is a woman in a green suit and furthest from the camera a woman in a black suit. All three stand behind podiums while listening to a question during a political debate.

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, October 28, 2022

U.S. Senate candidates debate campaign funding and abortion rights. Also, Ketchikan residents move one step closer to accessing rural subsistence status. And for the first time since the late 1800s, students in Angoon build a canoe.

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, July 10, 2019

Alaska’s divided Legislature fails to override governor’s line-item budget vetoes; University of Alaska president: Campus closures, program elimination and layoffs on the table under Dunleavy vetoes; Anchorage leaders brace for "unprecedented" budget situation; State's largest wildfire continues to burn across Interior; Dunleavy veto erases funding for local emergency planners ; How vetoes to the university system could affect climate research in Alaska; Governor’s vetoes cancel state funding for library broadband program; Nome Inupiaq School aims for 2020 launch

Alaska News Nightly: August 26, 2010

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