Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, May 28, 2015

Fed. Jugde Hears Oral Arguments from EPA, Pebble Over Alleged FACA Violations; Coast Guard Adds Response Vessels in Anticipation of Shell's Arrival; Nome Judge Accused of Misconduct; Alaska LNG Wins Conditional Export Approval; Federal Officials to Meet With Forty-Mile Gold Miners; Heroin Hits Home: Small Airlines Are A Major Inroad; #StickFigureAK Uses Art To Spark Community; Salmon Skin Wallets and Crab Shell Shirts for the Masses; Need to Get Away? Why Not Build An Airplane Download Audio:

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, Oct. 27, 2016

Mental Health Trust board push for restructure, prompts resignation by long-time CEO ; Anchorage attorney accuses Justice Thomas of 1999 groping; University of Alaska seeks cuts to skiing and indoor track programs; For this Anchorage Republican, Johnson trumps Trump; Native artisans worry ivory bans in other states could reverberate in Alaska; Licenses for sport fishing, hunting and trapping to increase in price next year; Ask a Climatologist: In Anchorage, first snow is right on schedule; Glacial fjords home to surprise coral, but maybe not for long Listen Now

Alaska News Nightly: June 27, 2007

This is the complete story list and audio recording from today’s Alaska News Nightly, as broadcast on APRN stations statewide. Alaska climate change may require...

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, April 26, 2018

State Supreme Court hears arguments over Yes for Salmon initiative; Senate proposes capital budget, less than Walker's proposal; Ethics committee finds probable cause of violation by Tarr; U.N. shipping standards authority moves toward banning heavy fuel oil in the Arctic; Neff says he'll appeal Quest ban over poor care; E. coli outbreak comes to Alaska, first confirmed cases are Nome inmates; Southeast tribal corporation boosts government contracts; 2018 Native Youth Olympics begin in Anchorage; Trekking in the Chugach: Exploring peaks in Anchorage's backyard Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, Oct. 10, 2017

How Trump nominees talks about climate; what it means for Alaska; Alaska gets reprieve as it works to implement REAL ID; Sen. Sullivan says he’s hopeful about tax changes, but cautions Trump on tweets; 4-year-old boy killed by SUV backing out of parking space; State and Park Service look to make Parks Highway safety improvements; How an Alaskan traveled back to Vietnam after fighting war years before; Teacher housing teaches life lessons; Human and robot companions retrieve equipment lost at sea Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: August 7, 2007

A 2003 murder trial wraps up as the Sitka plane crash investigation begins and the search continues for a missing man on Zaremba Island....

Alaska News Nightly: July 12, 2013

Repeal Group Gets 45,000 Signatures For Referendum; FAA Ups Qualification Requirement For First Officers; Tenakee Seeks Families To Keep School Open; Central Peninsula Hospital Opens New Oncology Unit; Cyclist Survives Wold Pursuit On The Alaska Highway; StoryTRACKS Gets Kids Reading Outdoors; AK: Game Entrepreneurs; 300 Villages: King Cove Download Audio
People walk through the Alaska State Fair grounds in Palmer - some masked, some not. Ferris wheel in the background

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, August 27, 2021

Authorities say a 17-year-old is responsible for this summer's arsons east of Fairbanks. And, breakthrough cases are climbing, complicating messaging on vaccines. Plus, the Alaska State Fair is packed with visitors who missed out last year.

Alaska News Nightly: March 30, 2015

APD Stops Short Of Calling Weekend Vandalism Incident A Hate Crime; Haines Pot Grower Proposes Cannabis Exchange In Light Of New Law; Alaska Senate Rejects Effort To Preemptively Ban Marijuana Concentrates; Report: Ship Trouble in the Arctic on the Rise; Army Corps Of Engineers Preps For Summer Season; Homer Takes First Step Toward Deep Water Dock Expansion; Legislature Diving Into Anchorage's Violent Crime, Potentially Bringing New Funds; Strong King Salmon Catch Means Early Closure For Southeast Trollers; Indigenous Leaders Adapt Western-Style Government While Retaining Traditional Approaches; ‘There’s Nothing Left to Cut’: Fairbanks Assembly Gives School District $800K Boost Download Audio

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, April 1, 2020

The Alaska National Guard mobilizes to help airlift COVID-19 patients from rural Alaska. Plus: What we can learn from Alaskans' response to the 1964 earthquake. And, some advice from a parent who home schools her children.

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, March 15, 2016

BP lays of Anchorage workers; Obama OKs draft for offshore drilling; mitigation policies criticized; BLM director tours North Slope; Seavey roars to Iditarod win; Sass disappears from front; drones becoming more popular in Arctic; Juneau goes to the polls; the "Blob" returns; pot petitions duel in Juneau Download Audio

Alaska News Nightly: August 20, 2009

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Alaska News Nightly: June 24, 2011

Judge Orders Joe Miller to Pay Legal Fees from Election Challenge, U.S. House Rejects Cutting Funding to Offensive in Libya, Residents Return to Unalaska and Dutch Harbor After Tsunami Warning, Coast Guard Trains for More Arctic Traffic, and more...

Alaska News Nightly: September 12, 2014

Outside Money Favors Begich, But He Assails It; Attorneys Respond to State’s Proposed Translation Plan; Parnell Searching For New Head For Alaska National Guard; Search Suspended For Missing Kayaker; Alaska State Troopers Want To Recruit In-State Applicants; Veterans Explore Old Nuclear Missile Sites in Anchorage; AK: Going Green; 300 Villages: Kaltag Download Audio

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, August 2, 2016

Alaska delegates criticize Trump's remarks on Gold Star families; Walker sacks industry advocate from Marijuana Control Board; Marijuana Control Board Chair under fire for initiative to ban commercial pot on Peninsula; military’s $4B moving program keeps climbing — and no one is sure why; to prevent Fairbanks flooding, Moose Creek Dam starts regulating the Chena River again; warm water Blob survives as El Niño dies; small dam on slough helps Big Delta man protect his home along Tanana River Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, Feb. 26, 2016

Alaska Democrats announce finalists to fill Gruenberg seat; Hundreds of millions more in budget cuts recommended; Rep. Young wins lightning round on bears, feds, ANWR; AVCP Allanivik Hotel and Mud Hut shutting down; In rural Alaska, people power is as important as wind power; Iron Dog approaches its final stage: Johnson, Aklestad in lead; AK: Escape the room and save Talkeetna; 49 Voices: Robert Johnson of Anchorage Download Audio

Alaska News Nightly: September 19, 2014

Mott to Lead Alaska Guard Response Team; Alaska Delegation Review 113th Congress; Tribes Request King Bycatch Reduction as Pollock Season Wraps Up; Panel Completes Review of Standard Used to Set Refinery-Pollution Cleanup Level; Student Greenhouses Prompt Thorne Bay Restaurant Purchase; Closing Date Looms For The Senior Center In Bethel As ONC Looks For New Venue; AK: Mushrooms; 300 Villages: Chignik Download Audio

Alaska News Nightly: March 28, 2008

Governor Palin calls for a special session of the legislature. Plus, a formal inquiry looks into the sinking of the Alaska Ranger. And Anchorage...

Alaska News Nightly: December 9, 2010

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Alaska News Nightly: November 20, 2012

Groups Submit Reviews Of Susitna-Watana Dam Studies; Report Says Lower Kenai River Violates Water Standards; Alaska Officials Report Increase Of Flu, Pertussis; State Mulling Medicaid Expansion; Anchorage Assembly Faces Accusations Of Open Meeting Law Violations; Leone, Part Two: ‘A Rapid, Liquid Stop’