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- 10/19/17--16:50: _Eielson’s F-35s wil...
- 10/19/17--18:13: _Alaska and its trib...
- 10/19/17--18:49: _Day one of AFN sees...
- 10/19/17--19:42: _U.S. Senate passes ...
- 10/20/17--11:19: _Newtok says state a...
- 10/20/17--12:33: _On Alaska day, lawm...
- 10/20/17--16:13: _49 Voices: Clintone...
- 10/20/17--16:36: _AK: Volunteers work...
- 10/20/17--16:51: _State appeals contr...
- 10/20/17--18:48: _State Attorney Gene...
- 10/20/17--19:03: _Investigation shows...
- 10/23/17--11:21: _The protesters of t...
- 10/23/17--12:34: _As king runs lag, f...
- 10/23/17--13:27: _On re-election bid,...
- 10/23/17--14:48: _This Juneau homeown...
- 10/23/17--15:54: _Alaska Native tribe...
- 10/23/17--16:24: _Troopers recover mi...
- 10/23/17--18:10: _Iditarod committee ...
- 10/23/17--18:48: _ACA enrollment: Bet...
- 10/23/17--18:56: _Alaska’s congressio...
- 10/19/17--18:13: Alaska and its tribes sign child services compact
- 10/19/17--19:42: U.S. Senate passes budget that could open ANWR
- 10/20/17--11:19: Newtok says state agency blocked access to disaster funding
- 10/20/17--12:33: On Alaska day, lawmakers and staff met on oil and gas taxes
- 10/20/17--16:13: 49 Voices: Clintonette Gregg of Anchorage
- 10/20/17--18:48: State Attorney General says all 229 Alaska tribes are sovereign
- 10/23/17--11:21: The protesters of the Vietnam war
- 10/23/17--12:34: As king runs lag, fishers consider cause and prevention
- 10/23/17--15:54: Alaska Native tribes unite to oppose mega-mines
- 10/23/17--18:48: ACA enrollment: Better rates for Alaskans but less time to find them
Fairbanks North Star Borough Mayor Karl Kassel said the buildup associated with two squadrons of F-35 warplanes that’ll be coming to Eielson Air Force Base in a couple of years will offset decreases in population and state funding that are both being driven by Alaska’s recession-wracked economy. Listen now
The state of Alaska has entered into a first-of-its kind compact to let tribes and tribal organizations take over child welfare services in their communities. Listen now
On the first full day of the AFN convention, delegates heard an impassioned speech from Lieutenant Governor Byron Mallott focused on the state’s fiscal situation and a keynote address highlighting the convention's theme -- "Strength in Unity." Listen now
The prospect of drilling rigs in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge just got a little more realistic. Listen now
The money Newtok was counting on will likely go to Butte and Sutton, in the Mat-Su Borough, instead. Listen now
The meeting was public -- sort of. It wasn't easily accessible. There was no way to call in. The legislative information office, or LIO, was closed for the state holiday. So the meeting wasn't streamed like others are during the legislative session.
This week we're hearing from Clintonette Gregg of Anchorage. Gregg grew up in Kotzebue and is the leader of the Anchorage Northern Lights dancers. The Inupiaq dance group opened the first day of the AFN convention on Thursday. Listen now
Anchorage is home to one of Alaska’s most popular peaks—Flattop Mountain. But all those hikers have done a lot of damage to the landscape. So this summer and fall, volunteers have been working hard to rebuild the final section of the trail. Listen now
State lawyers want the Supreme Court to reverse the lower court's decision to allow the Stand for Salmon ballot initiative to move forward. Listen now
On the second day of this year’s annual AFN gathering in Anchorage, another significant announcement regarding the relationship between the state and tribes was put forward. Listen now
BP isn't disputing that the incidents took place. The company has already taken extreme steps to address the issue. Listen now
For many Americans, the PBS documentary on the Vietnam war brings up memories of past divisions between those who supported sending U.S. military and those who did not. It was an emotional topic for families and as the number of war casualties grew, so did the protests across the country. Listen Here
Concern over poor king salmon runs across the state drew a panel of fisheries experts together at a recent meeting in Anchorage.
Gov. Bill Walker and Lt. Gov. Byron Mallott’s re-election campaign kicked off Sunday afternoon in Juneau. About 100 community members showed up to Elizabeth Peratrovich Hall for music, face painting and food.
Heat pumps are nothing new. But upgrades over the past 30 years have made the systems a lot more reliable. Now Juneau installers are racing to keep up with growing demand. Listen now
Tribal groups from opposite ends of the state have formed an alliance to fight mines they say threaten traditional fisheries. Listen now
Missing pilot Kyle Stevens of Russian Mission has been found deceased at the bottom of the Yukon River.
After weeks of speculation over a top Iditarod contender doping sled-dogs, the race's governing body has announced the name of the musher. Four-time champion Dallas Seavey's team had four dogs that tested positive for the banned substance Tramadol, a pain-reliever, according a release from the Iditarod Trail Committee. Listen now
President Trump says "Obamacare is dead." That negative advertising from the White House is just one of the obstacles Alaska's navigators have to overcome ahead of the enrollment period that starts Nov. 1. Listen now
The 51st Alaska Federation of Natives convention wrapped up in Anchorage on Saturday. Delegates passed a number of resolutions and heard from all three members of the state’s congressional delegation. Listen now