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...

Alaska News Nightly: July 28, 2008

The Palin - Monegan - Kopp police drama continues this week as Alaska legislators agree to start an independent investigation into why Monegan was...

Alaska News Nightly: July 25, 2008

The FAA shuts down LAB flying service. Plus, the special session takes up a state energy plan, and the Alaska delegation seeks protection for...

Alaska News Nightly: July 24, 2008

A brown bear mauls a woman on the Kenai. Plus, the governor's Resource Rebate bill gets hard look from the Senate Finance committee, and...

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: July 22, 2008

State Senator John Cowdery steps down as chairman of the Legislative Council. Meanwhile, the fish processing plant burns down in the Alaska peninsula village...

Alaska News Nightly: July 21, 2008

The AGIA gasline bill ready for a vote in the state house . Meanwhile 3 dead whales wash up in Lower Cook Inlet. Plus...

Alaska News Nightly: July 18, 2008

The legislature returns to work after a 5-day break . Meanwhile a federal court rules against Yup'ik as a historically written language. And a...

Alaska News Nightly: July 17, 2008

Former governor Walter Hickel was hospitalized this morning . Meanwhile Super deep ice cores drilled in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge promise new perspective...

Alaska News Nightly: July 16, 2008

The word is out: portions of the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska will be up for bids this fall. Meanwhile Shell Oil is conducting pre-drilling research...

Alaska News Nightly: July 15, 2008

Exxon Mobil says there's no reason for it to pay interest on oil-spill punitive damages. Meanwhile BP unveils a new directional drilling technology and...

Alaska News Nightly: July 14, 2008

A volcano erupts in the Aleutians and a long-time cop and public servant leaves state service on short notice. Meanwhile the Forest Service receives...

Alaska News Nightly: July 11, 2008

The 2nd special session of the legislature takes up Governor Palin's plan for special energy rebates for Alaskans.. Plus, Ted Stevens talks national energy...

Alaska News Nightly: July 10, 2008

State Senator John Cowdery is indicted for bribery and extortion. Plus, Former Governor Wally Hickel advises legislature to reject AGIA. Also, 30,000 Atlantic salmon...

Alaska News Nightly: July 9, 2008

The Legislature embarks on a second special session. Plus, presidential candidate Barak Obama opens offices in Anchorage and Juneau. Also, processors struggle to keep...

Alaska News Nightly: July 8, 2008

A second climber collapses and dies on Denali. Plus, ocean acidification along with its potential effects are raising growing concern. Also, legislators take a hard...

Alaska News Nightly: July 7, 2008

An Illinois climber has died of unknown causes on the summit of Denali. Plus, scientists are growing more and more alarmed about the problem...

Alaska News Nightly: July 4, 2008

Hopes for a strong chum salmon season on the Yukon are fading.  Also, NOAA begins the process of updating Kachemak Bay nautical charts. Alaso...

Alaska News Nightly: July 3, 2008

The State Supreme Court gives clean water initiative a clean bill of health.  Also, we'll pay a visit to a Navy spy ship. Plus,...

Alaska News Nightly: July 2, 2008

A wildfire is burning in Anchorage in a wooded area south of Tudor Rd.  Also, Adak runs dangerously short of fuel. Plus, Ted Stevens...