Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, Dec. 21, 2017

Man killed in fourth Anchorage officer-involved shooting of the year; Two arrested in Juneau for murder in Anchorage cold case from 1995; Pebble announces federal permit application; State’s latest water quality report has bad news for popular Kenai River; $200m for Fort Greely interceptors in spending bill; Chugach announces proposal to by ML&P; Homer fishermen grapple with cod decline; For some Native corp shareholders, cultural role outweighs the economic; Ask a Climatologist: A remarkably warm December Listen now

Alaska News Nightly: February 23, 2015

With School Choice Resolution, Legislature Revisits Voucher Question; Walker Files Bill Creating Marijuana Control Board; Marijuana Legalization Questions Linger; Bethel District Attorney Fired By State; As Budgets Shrink, State Eyes Cuts to Film Incentives; Judge Hears Arguments On Stay In Education Lawsuit; Holly Brooks Wins American Birkebeiner Ski Race; DEC, Coast Guard Respond To Statter Harbor Oil Spill; ANSEP Builds Bridges For Middle Schoolers To Science Education; Haines Artists Collaborate On Sixth Percent For Art Mosaic Download Audio

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, Apr. 15, 2016

Former Fairbanks Borough Mayor to serve on pipeline board; Renewable Energy Fund, casualty of budget crunch, may get new life; Walker says he'd veto Anchorage legislative office purchase; final vote count: Girdwood to pay for police, Marsett beats Schuster; University of Alaska faces $50 million cut due to committee vote; low clouds a possible factor in Wrangell-Angoon plane crash; EPA retiree, pulled back into Pebble, says he's done; proposed motor fuels, mining, and fisheries' taxes rolled into one bill; correctional farm saves money, redirects lives; AK: Mayuri dancers bring Bollywood to Anchorage; 49 Voices: John Giraldo of Anchorage Download Audio
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Alaska News Nightly: Friday, February 5th, 2021

Dr. Zink tackles false information claiming Alaskans have died from the COVID-19 vaccine. And, why the state's largest homeless shelter has seen so few COVID cases. Plus, individual donations of bottled water to Tuluksak outpace the state's contributions.

Alaska News Nightly: January 24, 2012

Buccaneer Alaska Working To Bring Jack-Up Rig To Cook Inlet, Chenault Renews In-State Gas Line Push, Study Describes North Slope Employment As A Roller Coaster, Sea Ice Delays Bering Sea Snow Crab Season, More Federal Charges Filed Against Fairbanks Militia Group, Senate Opens Crime Summit, Subsistence Board To Review Rural, Non-Rural Status Decision Process, Bristol Bay, Unalaska Papers Returning Next Month, Powerful Solar Flares Surging

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, June 9, 2020

In the wake of George Floyd's killing, Anchorage officials discuss police practices in the city. And, with the upcoming school year uncertain, more parents in Anchorage consider home schooling. Plus, Ketchikan prepares to welcome small cruise ships to town.

Alaska News Nightly: November 7, 2014

Trial Begins For Man Charged With Killing VPSO Thomas Madole; Bering Sea Storm Hits Aleutian Islands; How Will Legal Marijuana Work In Rural Alaska?; Alaska Miners Association Convention Held In Anchorage; Rep. Mike Chenault Tapped For 4th Term As House Speaker; UA President Warns Regents About Budget; Crews Troubleshoot Bethel's Pool Sprinkler System; Ferry System Limits Solo Travel By Kids, Teenagers; AK: High Tech Surgery; 300 Villages: Kivalina Download Audio

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, Aug. 15, 2019

Dunleavy points to university budget cut agreement as a model for other services; State funding for early education restored, but services this year could still be affected; Homeless shelters and services to see reduced funding; Flood warning issued for several Interior rivers; Sitka Assembly takes no action on police investigation; Chinook runs in Southeast are looking very profitable; Ask A Climatologist: Summer 2019 was rife with records being broken; Petersburg climbers successfully summit Devils Thumb

Alaska News Nightly: March 24, 2014

Legislature Weighs 'Erin's Law'; Congress Subpoenas EPA For Documents About The Pebble Mine; Ex-Secretary of State Endorses Sullivan in Tight U.S. Senate Race; Exxon Valdez Memories From Alaska’s Capitol Still Fresh 25 Years Later; Survivors Reflect On 1964 Earthquake; Rural Communities Get Help With Tax Prep; Cama-i Festival Wraps Up In Bethel Download Audio

Alaska News Nightly: December 14, 2010

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Alaska News Nightly: Friday, August 14, 2015

Mat-Su Vets Rail Against VA During Secretary's Visit; Climate Change, Not Arctic Drilling, Brings Obama to Alaska; Doyon Announces New Oil & Gas Prospect Near Nenana; LGBT Discrimination Claims Still Not Valid in Alaska Despite Federal Ruling; Governor Nominates Elizabeth Peratrovich As The Face of the $10 Bill; Earthquake Swarm Hits Yakutat; AK: Sitka Cirque Lassos Sitkans Into The Show; 49 Voices: Zach Carothers of Portugal. The Man Download Audio

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, June 16, 2017

Walker narrows Legislature’s focus to the budget; As swing vote on ACA repeal, Murkowski draws attention; An Anchorage program has people role-playing in a refugee camp; Climber dies of unknown illness descending Denali; Former Fairbanks DA dies in motorcycle accident; Fairbanks Borough air quality letters yield single citation; Alaska Highway Project: Memorializing civil rights legacy of black soldiers in state history; AK: World's only urban king fishery has lines casting in downtown Anchorage; 49 Voices: Albert Scott of Anchorage Listen now
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Alaska News Nightly: Monday, September 13, 2021

ustration over the Anchorage mayor's inability to help with rising COVID hospitalizations. Also, scientists work to get rid of an invasive isopod that's been discovered in Sitka and Ketchikan. And scientists spot two groups of right whales near Kodiak.

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, Oct. 6, 2015

State tallies $50k in consultant fees prepping for Obama visit; Chief justice Dana Fabe to retire; Court subpoenas emails of Pebble opponents; 3 suicides in a week leave Hooper Bay distraught; Muni planning commission approves controversial Elmore extension; Looking for love: Newspaper diversifies revenue stream with dating website; For middle schoolers to love Shakespeare, they must know Shakespeare Download Audio

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, Oct. 30, 2019

Unalaska may declare a state of emergency in the wake of this month's fatal plane crash on the island. Also: Alaska's top environmental regulator responds to a call for action on climate change by the state's leading Native group.
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Alaska News Nightly: Friday, July 8, 2022

Residents near the Clear Fire wait to hear about damage to their subdivision. Also, the remains of two Alaska Native girls who died at a boarding school a century ago are returning to Alaska. And biologists keep tabs on bats in Southeast after finding one with rabies.
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Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, April 19, 2022

Sen. Dan Sullivan promotes the King Cove road and Arctic drilling in his address to the legislature. Also, Native leaders call for land acknowledgements at Fairbanks city council meetings. And how school counselors are supporting students' mental health.

Village relocation efforts given ‘significant’ boost by president

Denali Commission tapped to lead state and federal efforts coordinating a widespread review of dozens of communities imperiled by climate change. Download Audio

Alaska News Nightly: August 29, 2013

Syria Strikes Could Catapult Oil Prices Even Higher. DOJ Won’t Interfere With Marijuana Legalization . Anchorage Teacher’s Get Tiny Raise, Part-Timers Lose Benefits. Alaska Fire Crews Heading South. Unalaskans Question Funding For Arctic Research. Talkeetna Struggling With Sewer / Water Debt. Critical Sitka Weather Buoy Back In Service. Reduced Ferry Service Puts Strain On Kodiak Athletics. Accessible Playgrounds In Juneau A Work In Progress. Listen Now

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, July 24, 2019

IBU strike shuts down Alaska ferries; State house approves bill to reverse vetoes; It's back: Interior signs new land swap for King Cove road; Anchorage declares a civil emergency over looming cuts; Kenai murder suspect has prior violent crime convictions; Wildfires in Alaska have burned more than 2 million acres; Igiugig's hydropower launch a major step toward independence from diesel; Anchorage raises age to buy tobacco products to 21; Juneau Assembly approves local on-site marijuana consumption; Juneau moves forward with annexation proposal; Western Alaskans concerned about Graphite One project’s impact on subsistence;