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- 10/13/17--11:13: _State road striping...
- 10/13/17--16:31: _AK: The mystery beh...
- 10/13/17--17:04: _49 Voices: Mia Kina...
- 10/13/17--17:08: _In Iliamna, EPA hea...
- 10/13/17--17:19: _State recoups almos...
- 10/13/17--17:26: _In Port Heiden, rec...
- 10/13/17--17:58: _Former Alaskan desc...
- 10/13/17--18:57: _Pentagon announces ...
- 10/13/17--20:13: _Premera to bump up ...
- 10/13/17--20:16: _Pull out of Iran de...
- 10/13/17--18:00: _Domestic violence a...
- 10/16/17--13:41: _Emergency radio kit...
- 10/16/17--16:36: _Igiugig hikes to Bi...
- 10/16/17--18:17: _“Part Land, Part Wa...
- 10/16/17--18:56: _State corporation s...
- 10/16/17--19:10: _2013 Dalton Highway...
- 10/16/17--19:18: _People from across ...
- 10/16/17--19:21: _Strong year for com...
- 10/17/17--10:49: _Deputy attorney gen...
- 10/17/17--12:47: _Sweet Rivalry: The ...
- 10/13/17--11:13: State road striping gets messy in Petersburg
- 10/13/17--16:31: AK: The mystery behind Ketchikan Ghost Tours
- 10/13/17--17:04: 49 Voices: Mia Kinard of Anchorage
- 10/13/17--17:19: State recoups almost $600,000 from suit involving Interior river
- 10/13/17--17:26: In Port Heiden, recent storms exacerbate an old problem
- 10/13/17--18:57: Pentagon announces changes for immigrants entering the military
- 10/13/17--20:13: Premera to bump up premium to cover Trump cut
- 10/13/17--20:16: Pull out of Iran deal? Sullivan says no
- 10/13/17--18:00: Domestic violence and sexual assault
- 10/16/17--19:10: 2013 Dalton Highway fuel spill clean-up concludes
- 10/16/17--19:21: Strong year for commercial salmon harvest statewide
- 10/17/17--10:49: Deputy attorney general says SB91 repeal would be ‘dangerous’
- 10/17/17--12:47: Sweet Rivalry: The sweetest charity around
Motorists are complaining about the state of Alaska’s road painting job this week, with bright yellow line paint smeared along several state roads. The paint has also stained some vehicles and spread in yellow footprints and tire tracks.
Ketchikan is home to plenty of supernatural phenomena. That’s the theory, at least, behind a new venture: Ketchikan Ghost Tours. Listen now
This week we're hearing from Mia Kinard in Anchorage. Kinard moved to Alaska from South Carolina a little over a year ago. Listen now
Unlike the hearing the day before in Dillingham -- where public input was unanimously against the proposed Pebble Mine and EPA’s new course -- the reaction in Iliamna was more mixed. Listen now
The state has re-couped nearly $600,000 in legal fees from a 2012 lawsuit with the Bureau of Land Management over an Eastern Interior river.
Several Bering Sea storms have hit the coast of Southwest Alaska hard this past week. For the village of Port Heiden on the Alaska Peninsula, that has meant accelerated erosion, an issue the village has been dealing with for years. Listen now
A former Alaska resident who now lives in northern California is waiting to learn if his home will survive the wild fires. Clark Mishler, a professional photographer lived and worked in Anchorage for more than 40 years. Listen now
The Defense Department announced changes to military recruiting that will make it harder for legal immigrants to enlist and qualify for citizenship. Listen now
Last month Premera announced it would lowers rates 26 percent. But the drop may quite so steep for silver plans. The new factor: President Trump says he's cutting Cost Sharing Reductions. Listen now
Sen. Dan Sullivan was harshly critical of the Iran nuclear agreement in 2015. Now, though, he says the U.S. shouldn't pull out. He says enforcement is a better idea. Listen now
It's not a number to celebrate, but the consistently high rates of domestic violence and sexual assault in Alaska need discussion and attention. Why does Alaska stay at or near the top in the nation for these terrible statistics? What's being done to combat family violence, and how can everyone help address it?
Last Monday, a portable emergency radio kit went from Juneau to Puerto Rico to help with communications during recovery after Hurricane Maria. Listen now
More than two dozen students and adults made the 23 mile hike from Igiugig to Big Mountain. Along the way they ate plenty of moose, dry fish and locally grown greens.
The gathering of more than a thousand people from across Alaska takes place just ahead of the Alaska Federation of Natives convention each fall. It aims to promote indigenous identity and share cultural knowledge between generations. Listen now
Lawmakers peppered Dave Cruz and other members of the AGDC's executive board with questions about project finances, employee turnover and how much money the state expects to make on its share of the project. Listen now
The state is closing the book on a Dalton Highway fuel spill that occurred four years ago. Listen now
Smoked salmon is popular across Alaska and the world. For those who want to learn more about the process of making it, there’s an annual two-day workshop in Kodiak. Listen now
Commercial salmon fishermen across the state have had a “banner year.” Listen now
“They’re calling it GTA, grand theft Anchorage, right now,” Rep. Lora Reinbold said. She wants to repeal Senate Bill 91. “It’s outrageous, what’s going on in the city that I love.” Listen now
Chefs and bartenders from Anchorage and the Mat-Su area prepared plated desserts, dessert cocktails and edible centerpieces for judges and participants to sample and vote for. Anchorage residents put their sweet tooth to good use at the second annual Sweet Rivalry event, a baking competition that raised around $30,000 for Alaskans who experience intellectual and developmental disabilities.