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Alaska News Nightly: Monday, March 29, 2021

Officials say Canada's border policy with the United States is unlikely to change anytime soon. And, researchers find a new species of weasel in Southeast Alaska. Plus, slowed by the pandemic, Bering Sea crabbers push for an extension.

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, Dec. 5, 2017

Don Young raises concerns over AEL&P purchase; Young selected to negotiate final tax bill; With Conyers out, Young becomes 'dean of the House'; Tongass in transition: An uncertain future for Alaska’s last big mill; Alaska boy finds gun in nightstand, fatally shoots himself; Russia banned from 2018 Olympics, AK skiers speak out against doping; Research continues on elevated mercury levels in some non-migratory fish in Southwest Alaska; Critics sue over mine exploration near Alaska eagle preserve; New fiber-optic cable system to turbocharge North Slope broadband access; Letting youth run the court to give their peers a second chance Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, May 6, 2018

Big parts of Gov. Dunleavy's agenda remain unfinished. But he still has time, tools at his disposal.; Pompeo to Arctic Council: Easy days are over; Communities in Anchorage and Fairbanks commemorate missing Native women and children; Public will have chance to weigh in on proposal to move Juneau City HallAnchorage utility racing to fix sewer line unmoored by quake; New Anchorage climate plan calls for 80 percent cut to emissions by 2050; As the Lower 48 continues to dry out, Alaska could get wetter; Ft. Greely wildfire gores to 6,700 acres; Donlin Gold looks to schools, workforce development for future employees; Public will have chance to weigh in on proposal to move Juneau City Hall; Anchorage Bike Blessing draws riders from around the state

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2017

Several proposals emerge for using Permanent Fund to fix budget; Northern Dynasty rebuts Kerrisdale attack, warns of action to protect investors; Alcohol and Marijuana Control Office hires new director; Alaska board, prompted by suit, proposes new abortion rules; Sullivan urges Board of Game to repeal predator control regulations; Exercise near Deadhorse to test paratroopers' ability to operate in cold; Alaska farmers push for hemp legalization; New taxi regulations will be on April ballot; Most Alaska high school grads unprepared for UA math and English; HAARP schedules first experiments since UAF takeover; Sheet metal apprenticeship organized in rural Alaska; Sitka author’s “Alaskan Laundry” wins statewide award Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, Mar. 21, 2016

JBER cuts put on hold; low oil prices not ideal for state budget; tax credits reduced for oil and gas companies; irreversibility of climate change discussed at Arctic Science Summit; new mariculture initiative to help boost shellfish farming; Zita Air adds passenger service to Bristol Bay communities; Emmonak fire destroys five buildings; some of the fastest teams ever among top ten Iditarod finishers Download Audio

Alaska News Nightly: March 18, 2009

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Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, Aug. 16, 2017

Imprisoned former militia leader Schaeffer Cox has appeal hearing; Governors of 2 pot states push back on Trump administration; Haines Assembly members survive divisive recall election; Peter Pan Seafoods Port Moller plant devastated in overnight fire; Some Alaska cities have sales tax, but not through Amazon; Mat-Su Assembly puts off plastic bag tax vote; As sea ice recedes, walrus haul out near Point Lay earlier than ever; Clark’s Point drawing families back to the village by reopening its school; Dimond High Presidential Scholar travels to D.C. to receive award Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: August 9, 2010

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Alaska News Nightly: November 3, 2010

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Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, Jan. 5, 2017

At hacking hearing, Sullivan steers clear of Russia; Fairbanks air quality lawsuit successful; King Cove continues push for road to Cold Bay; Alaska congressional delegation looks to open ANWR for drilling under new administration; Juneau Empire publisher departs abruptly; Kake looks to have new renewable energy in form of hydro dam; APD clarifies proper Amber Alert procedure; Alaska Airlines launches service to Havana amid uncertainty about Cuba policy; Several upticks mar a fairly mild Alaska flu season; Wrangell's Sourdough Lodge to become assisted-living facility; Remote Alaska volcano erupts again in brief explosion Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: October 23, 2012

FBI, APD Search Keyes’ Residence Again; Email Absentee Voting Begins In Alaska; Group Protests National Super PAC; Crews Search For Fisherman Missing Near Skagway; Search Suspended For Palmer Pilot; Scientists Focusing On King Salmon Activity In The Ocean; Natives Lobby Obama Administration On Subsistence Rights; Young, Cissna Participate In Fairbanks Forum; Sealaska Testing Wood-Powered Generators

Alaska News Nightly: December 14, 2012

ASD Talks About School Safety. Governor Parnell Announces 2014 Budget Plan. Legislative Aide Resigns After Ethics Violation. Seniors, Advocates Organize At Anchorage Housing Summit. Kikkan Randall Scores World Cup Career Best At Canmore. Two Rescued After Troller Sinking West Of Wrangell. Low Forecasts For Two Southeast King Salmon Runs. AK: Necropsy. 300 Villages: Manley Hot Spring.

Alaska News Nightly: March 2, 2015

Gov. Walker, Republican Leadership Tangle Over Proposed LNG Line; Groups to sue Port of Seattle over Shell drilling fleet; Nearly $1 Billion Needed To Modernize Rural Sanitation Systems; State Auctions Off Enormous Number Of Caribou Antlers; Drones Don’t Fly At Alaska’s Board Of Fish; Below Average King Salmon Run Expected on Kuskokwim; Iditarod Trail Invitational Competitors En Route To Nome; Exploring The Dena'ina Past, Present And Future Download Audio

Alaska News Nightly: December 18, 2012

Alaska Provisions In Relief Bill Under Scrutiny; Final Chen Case Resolved; Census Bureau Releases Data on American Indians, Alaska Natives; Sitka Schools: Stability, Calm Important After Conn. Shooting; Buccaneer Behind On Payments, Says City Manager; Alaska Casts Its Electoral College Votes; Petersburg Borough Vote Deadline Today (12/18); State Looks At Southeast Alaska Wolf Control Programs
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Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, December 30th, 2020

The US Senate sets up to override Trump's veto of the annual defense bill. Two house fires this week in Ketchikan and Fairbanks claim the lives of 3 people. And the pandemic is keeping poor Alaskans in the criminal justice system in limbo without the prospect of jury trials.

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, March 15, 2018

Senators propose spending limit to curb future sprees; Lawmakers might have more control over the Permanent Fund than they think; Grand jury indicts 13 Fairbanks Correctional Center inmates for August jail riot, standoff; Walker hopeful plan to pay off oil tax credit debt with bonds will pass this session; Riled: Young keeps true to form; Wrangell declares water emergency; Dog dies at Koyuk checkpoint; Fishermen’s network creates map of ocean floor to reduce bycatch; Tribes plow longest Kuskokwim ice road ever Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, May 27, 2022

The new strain of bird flu is detected in a fox in the Aleutian Islands. Also, a bill awaiting Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s signature could help seafood processors grow. And high school students in Petersburg travel by helicopter to study a nearby glacier.

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, Nov. 20, 2017

Legislative council to consider sexual harassment working group; With both cheers and tears, Alaskans react to big energy policy changes under Trump; State, delegation push feds on transboundary mining; Tribal Governance Symposium kicks off this week at UAF; Talking Trash: Follow the garbage Southeast ships south; New developments are in the works for Juneau’s downtown waterfront; Alaska game board votes touch a menagerie of management issues; Where the Road Ends: A motorcycle expedition from Alaska to Argentina; 2018 World Ice Art Championships canceled Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: March 2, 2010

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Alaska News Nightly: February 18, 2010

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