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- 10/23/17--19:02: _Murkowski’s message...
- 10/24/17--12:16: _Fourth special sess...
- 10/24/17--16:40: _Mental health clini...
- 10/24/17--16:51: _National tribal adv...
- 10/24/17--17:53: _Juneau warming shel...
- 10/24/17--17:58: _Test results point ...
- 10/24/17--18:01: _Ask a Climatologist...
- 10/24/17--20:32: _Amid doping scandal...
- 10/25/17--11:06: _Key critic says the...
- 10/25/17--11:33: _STEM advocates buil...
- 10/25/17--12:06: _Congress could deci...
- 10/25/17--15:51: _Trump administratio...
- 10/25/17--16:44: _17 national parks c...
- 10/25/17--17:12: _‘Re-establishing a ...
- 10/25/17--17:31: _USFWS designates Tu...
- 10/25/17--18:04: _Walter Harper, the ...
- 10/25/17--18:59: _Alaska U.S. senator...
- 10/25/17--19:17: _Oil production is u...
- 10/26/17--10:53: _Public testimony di...
- 10/26/17--11:18: _Coalition works to ...
- 10/23/17--19:02: Murkowski’s message at AFN? “Climate change is real.”
- 10/24/17--12:16: Fourth special session opens with differences over crime, tax bills
- 10/24/17--17:53: Juneau warming shelter plan takes shape
- 10/24/17--17:58: Test results point to achievement gaps among Sitka’s students
- 10/24/17--20:32: Amid doping scandal, a mushing whodunit
- 10/25/17--11:06: Key critic says the votes aren’t there for full repeal of crime bill
- 10/25/17--16:44: 17 national parks could see fee increases, including Denali
- 10/25/17--18:59: Alaska U.S. senators quiet on colleagues’ critique of Trump
- 10/25/17--19:17: Oil production is up, and DNR expects it to keep climbing
- 10/26/17--10:53: Public testimony directs anger at crime law
- 10/26/17--11:18: Coalition works to reduce recidivism on Kenai Peninsula
Delegates passed a resolution asking the federal government to make climate impacts in rural villages eligible for disaster relief, and Sen. Lisa Murkowski told the convention, "Climate change is real." Listen now
Of the two items on the special session agenda, there appears to be more urgency to pass the crime bill. Listen now
It’s been at least nine years since a student in the Kodiak Island Borough School District has taken his or her own life. That’s in part due to the work that many organizations in Kodiak work to keep children safe.
The National Congress of American Indians (NCAI) held its annual conference the same week as the Alaska Federation of Natives convention. The national tribal advocacy group passed a resolution urging the federal government to restore the Northern Bering Sea Climate Resilience Area as originally issued and to incorporate traditional knowledge “into all federal decision-making that would affect the northern Bering Sea region.” Listen now
The City and Borough of Juneau is pushing forward with plans for an emergency warming shelter that would open its doors to the homeless when temperatures drop below freezing. Listen now
Based on the latest test scores, Sitka’s school district is performing above the state average — but the numbers are not necessarily something to brag about. Instead, Sitka’s educators hope the new test results help them focus their efforts on under-performing populations in the schools. Listen now
The first snow of the season is a great marker for the start of winter. Most of the state is more or less on track with their normal first snow date. Listen now
On Monday, the Iditarod Trail Committee announced dogs belonging to four-time champion Dallas Seavey tested positive for a banned substance. But Seavey insists he didn't do it, which is fueling a mystery right beside the ballooning controversy. Listen now
The House Judiciary heard a variety of proposed changes to Senate Bill 54. The bill would scale back some of the reductions in criminal sentencing enacted last year. Listen now
“I can tell the kids, yeah, when I was an engineer I did this, but that was a long time ago and it doesn’t have the same credibility as somebody who’s actually doing it day to day,” Carol May, a former engineer who now teaches statistics and computer science at TMHS, said.
Conservationists and timber industry groups thought the Forest Service’s decision was finalized last year. But now Congress has a chance to weigh in. Listen now
The Bureau of Land Management announced all 900 tracts set aside for leasing will be up for bid. That compares to just 145 tracts offered last year. It's the largest lease sale ever in the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska. Listen now
The National Park Service is considering fee increases at 17 parks, including Denali. Higher entry fees would be in effect during peak season, or the busiest five months, starting May 1st. Listen now
RIVR, an acronym for Rising Indigenous Voices Radio, launched at the end of September, and streams 24/7 to provide a unique playlist, from top 40 hits to podcasts of Native American food bloggers. Listen now
At the Alaska Federation of Natives Convention, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service recognized Tuntutuliak elder James Charles as a “Conservation Hero.” Listen now
A panel discussion tonight in Fairbanks examines the short life of the first person to summit Denali. Walter Harper was an Athabascan guide and mountaineer who played a critical role in the 1913 expedition that climbed to the top of North America’s tallest peak. Listen now
Two Republicans rocked the U.S. Senate Tuesday with harsh criticism of President Trump, for what they call flagrant disregard for truth and debasing the nation. So far, the two senators aren't discussing it. Listen now
Production was up about 3 million barrels, and the state is predicting that it’s going to be up next year too. Listen now
Alaskans disturbed about rising crime are focusing their anger on a law passed more than a year ago, Senate Bill 91. Listen now
As lawmakers decide whether to tweak criminal justice reform, an organization is forming on the Kenai Peninsula that also hopes to reduce the number of Alaskans ending up back in jail. Listen now