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- 09/19/17--13:36: _State appeals court...
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- 09/19/17--15:29: _Transgender troops:...
- 09/19/17--15:38: _University of Alask...
- 09/19/17--16:26: _After mining exec w...
- 09/19/17--17:11: _Ferry Taku sold, wi...
- 09/19/17--17:26: _Fairbanks’ anti-com...
- 09/19/17--18:27: _Murkowski could swi...
- 09/19/17--19:09: _Alaska News Nightly...
- 09/19/17--19:18: _Walker administrati...
- 09/20/17--08:00: _Changing the way yo...
- 09/20/17--12:22: _Crystal Serenity wo...
- 09/20/17--12:37: _Sitka hatchery’s ch...
- 09/20/17--14:00: _Arctic nations tour...
- 09/20/17--15:21: _Fairbanks in a fina...
- 09/20/17--16:03: _La Niña Watch trigg...
- 09/20/17--16:58: _Unsecured database ...
- 09/20/17--17:11: _Ask a Climatologist...
- 09/20/17--17:21: _Interior official s...
- 09/20/17--18:55: _‘Vote no’: Left tak...
- 09/19/17--13:36: State appeals court overturns 2012 Ketchikan murder conviction
- 09/19/17--13:39: Pink salmon found in odd places near Homer
- 09/19/17--15:29: Transgender troops: Sullivan says let them serve
- 09/19/17--17:11: Ferry Taku sold, will become floating hotel
- 09/19/17--18:27: Murkowski could swing Senate for latest ACA repeal
- 09/19/17--19:09: Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, Sep. 19, 2017
- 09/20/17--08:00: Changing the way you think to stay out of prison
- 09/20/17--12:22: Crystal Serenity won’t return to Nome for years, if ever
- 09/20/17--12:37: Sitka hatchery’s chum run funds improvements
- 09/20/17--14:00: Arctic nations tour microgrids, exchange green energy knowledge
- 09/20/17--15:21: Fairbanks in a financial jam as state support declines
- 09/20/17--16:03: La Niña Watch triggered, could affect Alaska winter temparatures
- 09/20/17--17:11: Ask a Climatologist: The fall color formula is pretty simple
- 09/20/17--18:55: ‘Vote no’: Left takes to TV and sky to reach Murkowski
Citing improper arguments by the prosecution, the Alaska Court of Appeals on Friday overturned the murder conviction of a 25-year-old Ketchikan man who was found guilty about five-and-a-half years ago.
Pink salmon are showing up in unexpected places around the Homer area.
The U.S. Senate passed an annual Defense bill Monday night that includes icebreakers and more missile interceptors, which Sen. Dan Sullivan championed. The bill does nothing to block President Trump’s effort to ban transgender people from the military, a ban Sullivan opposes.
University of Alaska officials are considering a 5 percent tuition increase in each of the next two academic years.
A local mine executive urged the Juneau Assembly to reconsider a resolution urging federal action on transboundary mining, and the Assembly did on Monday night.
The Alaska ferry Taku’s next life will be as a floating hotel. Listen now
Local elections like the one coming up on Oct. 3 in Fairbanks are notorious for drawing low voter turnout. But observers say this year’s city and borough elections may be different, because the two marijuana-related propositions on the ballots are likely to draw more voters to the polls in what observers say will likely be a close election. Listen now
Defenders of the Obama health care law are applying as much pressure as they can to get Sen. Murkowski to vote no on the latest attempt to repeal the Affordable Care Act. All eyes were on her at the Capitol Tuesday. Listen now
Murkowski could swing Senate for latest ACA repeal; Alaska sees 26 percent drop in health insurance rates; Transgender troops: Sullivan says let them serve; Walker administration appoints climate adviser, promises new policy “soon”; University of Alaska students may see 10 percent tuition hike over next two years; Fairbanks' anti-commercial marijuana ballot measures likely to boost turnout for October election; After mining exec weighs in, Juneau Assembly holds off on boundary mine resolution; Ferry Taku sold, will become floating hotel; State appeals court overturns 2012 Ketchikan murder conviction; Pink salmon found in odd places near Homer Listen now
Nikoosh Carlo began work this month in a newly created position: senior adviser for climate. Listen now
How do you change who you are when you live in a world that constantly says you're bad? Take a lot of classes.
The luxury cruise liner Crystal Serenity, which stopped in Nome last month, won’t be coming around to Alaska again for at least two years. The passengers it unloaded in New York City Saturday morning will be the last on its Northwest Passage route until at least 2020 -- or possibly ever.
A strong chum salmon run is helping pay for upgrades to a Sitka hatchery. Returns are also good at a much larger aquaculture operation not far away.
A program is leading representatives of Arctic nations to Alaska, Canada, Iceland and Greenland to look at the microgrids in remote communities.
Declining state support has Fairbanks city and borough government up against a financial wall.
Cooling Pacific Ocean temperatures have triggered a La Nina Watch for the northern hemisphere. The Climate Prediction Center and the International Institute for Climate and Society issued the watch, which is based on below normal sea temperature readings in the eastern equatorial Pacific.
Security consultants say they discovered an unsecured online database with information on nearly 600,000 Alaska voters last week.
Weather conditions aren't a driver of when fall colors appear, but weather events can drive the extent, duration and intensity of fall colors.
A top Interior Department official said kick-starting oil development in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, or ANWR, is a priority for the Trump administration.
Advocates are cranking up the pressure on Sen. Murkowski to vote against the latest health care repeal. A Palmer conservative urging a "yes" vote calls Murkowski "untouchable." Listen now