Alaska News Nightly: November 5, 2012

Fire Burns Over 10 Miles Of Tundra Near Dillingham; John N. Marvin, Jr. Found Guilty In Hoonah Double Homicide; Third Parties Seek Popular Votes In Alaska; Public Support For Big Projects In Bond Prop A Is Limited; It Takes A Village To Prevent Youth Suicide; Wrangell’s Garnet Grit Betties Are Recruiting

Alaska News Nightly: May 10, 2013

White House Releases Arctic Strategy; APICDA Searches For Ferry To Serve Pribilof Islands; Copper River School District Shutting Down; Some Legislators Assisting Effort To Repeal New Oil Tax Bill; BBNC, Millrock Agree To Mineral Exploration On BBNC Land; Final Piece Of Steel In Place At The Alaska Airlines Center; UAF Cancels Popular Recycling Program; AK: Going Bald; 300 Villages: Arctic Village Download Audio

Alaska News Nightly: November 25, 2011

Alaska’s Attorney General Resigning, State Lawmaker’s Son Found After White-Knuckled Search, China Stars Country’s First Salmon Farm, Ferry System May Make Horse Travel Easier, Group Releases Report on Dangerous, Potentially Dangerous Toys, Kids Learn the Lost Art of Tinkering, AK: ‘Host a Coastie’ an Unalaska Hit, 300 Villages: Talkeetna

Alaska News Nightly: August 8, 2011

Salazar’s Third Visit to Alaska Focuses on Development Issues, States Offered Waivers From No Child Left Behind Bill, Rising Gold Price Good for Business In Alaska, Redistricting Challengers Will Present Case in January, and more...

Alaska News Nightly: September 13, 2013

Cook Inlet Infrastructure Examined; Catholic Social Services Bracing for Winter; Rain Record Matched in Anchorage; Enviro Group Wants Clampdown; UAF developing app; Sailing thriving in Juneau.
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Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, October 1, 2020

Lawyers argue Alaskans shouldn't need a witness to sign their ballot during a pandemic. And, needy Alaska communities get connected with fishermen unable to sell their fish. Plus, scientists say climate change is leading sea urchins to devour reefs in the Aleutian Islands.

Alaska News Nightly: May 1, 2015

Urban Set Net Ban Proposed; To Plan Port's Future, City Looks To Current Users; Walker Restores Sexual Violence Prevention Funding After Senate Cut; Anchorage Senior Wins National Poetry Out Loud Competition; Memoir Arctic Daughter, Re-released For A New Generation; National Maritime Refuge Considers All Options For Feral Cattle; APOC Expediting Complaint Against Berkowitz; AK: Long Distance Alutiiq Boat Restored From Past

Alaska News Nightly: July 29, 2008

Senator Ted Stevens has been indicted on corruption charges by a federal grand jury in Washington, DC. We have reaction from the Capitol in...
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Alaska News Nightly: Monday, Aug. 27, 2018

'Palpable evidence of voter fraud' in primary election; Academic merit prioritized over financial need in state higher education programs; Anchorage attorney withdraws name from District Court Justice consideration; Weather keeps governor from pharmacy bill signing in Petersburg; Nome officer who pleaded guilty to assault is rehired by police department; Man in state custody dies at Wildwood correctional facility; Chinese buyers hesitant to buy Alaska seafood as U.S. weighs another round of tariffs; PenAir trustee promises no flight interruptions during sale of airline Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, July 18, 2022

As COVID circulates widely, state epidemiologists say vaccines and boosters are preventing hospitalizations. Also, a record harvest for Bristol Bay's sockeye salmon run. And a new sculpture in Fairbanks will honor the first climber to summit Denali.

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, Feb. 28, 2020

Concerns for Alaska's economy as the coronavirus hammers the stock market. Plus:the University of Alaska president addresses the system's future. And, how an Anchorage barbershop combines haircuts and community building.

Alaska News Nightly: April 11, 2012

Governor May Call Special Session, Senate Passes Capital Projects Budget, Sea Ice Slowly Beginning To Recede, State Rep. Sharon Cissna Will Run Against Rep. Don Young, Anchorage Assembly Votes Against Independent Council To Investigate Election, USCG Crewman Gives Account Of Ghost Ship Sinking, North Slope Accident Kills Doyon Drilling Worker, Senate Passes Immunization Program Bill, House Approves Knik Arm Crossing Fund, Unofficial Election Results Indicate Approval Of Nome Annexation Of Nushagak Fishery

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, Sep. 7, 2017

Five kids dead in Butte trailer home fire; Alaskan says he'll build consensus in Interior post; Sheldon Fisher selected as state Department of Revenue Commissioner; Alaska hatches plan for vast road network across the Arctic; Alaskan firefighters dispatched to battle blazes in Montana; Community members and archaeologists race against time at Nunalleq; Building community fish harvest monitors to create "change on the Kusko"; Ask a Climatologist: Fairbanks records early first freeze Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, August 4, 2016

Walker appoints Arctic policy advisor for D.C. office; majority Republicans worry about possible bipartisan coalition; BLM to review new ConocoPhillips project in Petroleum Reserve; Banner Helath suffers cyber attack potentially affecting millions; bringing UA under single accreditation not viable option, study finds; bill would speed Tongass-Mental Health Trust land trade; lower 48 wildfires cause Alaska firefighters to head over and help; EPA under pressure from air quality advocates in Fairbanks to address air pollution; attorneys argue for listing bearded seals as threatened; fall Yukon chum run starts stronger than anticipated; Kombi Life shows two partners traveling from South America to Alaska Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, Aug. 9, 2019

Capital budget vetoes to hit homelessness, addiction treatment; Human Rights Commission quietly fires director; Circuit Court justices hears Fairbanks Four appeal; Law governing adoptions of Native children upheld; Indiana man enters not guilty pleas in Alaska murder plot; Native corporation CIRI joins voices for Dunleavy recall; Quinhagak opposes Donlin Gold Mine; Why has Bethel been so wet? It's been swimming in an atmospheric river; Road to Denali National Park re-opens; Drought increases in SE Alaska while July temps break records; Summer heat accelerates Alaska peony harvest
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Alaska News Nightly: Monday, April 18, 2022

How an increase in short-term rentals impacts the housing market in Juneau. Bird flu has swept across the lower 48, and Alaskan biologists are on the lookout. And students test their knowledge at the tenth annual Yup'ik spelling bee.

Alaska News Nightly: April 8, 2011

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Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, February 22, 2023

Representative David Eastman is censured, again, for offensive comments. Coastal communities wonder what to expect as shipping increases in the Arctic. Plus Senator Lisa Murkowski pushes the state legislature for a more proactive approach.
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Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, February 17, 2022

Gov. Mike Dunleavy makes another push for higher permanent fund dividends. A bill to provide state recognition of tribes passes the House, but faces a more difficult path in the state Senate. A Bethel-raised Yup'ik musician receives national awards.

Alaska News Nightly: February 22, 2011

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