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- 03/13/18--18:42: _Alaska News Nightly...
- 03/14/18--04:20: _New Norwegian champ...
- 03/14/18--11:46: _Iditapod: A new Nor...
- 03/14/18--12:35: _Proposed constituti...
- 03/14/18--12:45: _Mendenhall Towers c...
- 03/14/18--13:06: _Japanese tsunami li...
- 03/14/18--15:10: _Lawmakers might hav...
- 03/14/18--15:58: _Survey finds higher...
- 03/14/18--16:26: _Toksook Bay Tribe r...
- 03/14/18--18:48: _Alaska News Nightly...
- 03/14/18--18:53: _The trans-Alaska pi...
- 03/14/18--19:03: _Juneau students tak...
- 03/15/18--11:39: _Wrangell declares w...
- 03/15/18--12:03: _No environmental im...
- 03/15/18--12:43: _Walker hopeful plan...
- 03/15/18--12:54: _Southeast tribes br...
- 03/15/18--14:51: _Dog dies at Koyuk c...
- 03/15/18--15:35: _Iditapod: Wrapping ...
- 03/15/18--15:51: _Tribes plow longest...
- 03/15/18--18:11: _Riled: Young keeps ...
- 03/13/18--18:42: Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, March 13, 2018
- 03/14/18--04:20: New Norwegian champ, Joar Ulsom wins 2018 Iditarod
- 03/14/18--11:46: Iditapod: A new Norwegian champ, and the runner-up reflects
- 03/14/18--12:35: Proposed constitutional amendment would protect dividends, sort of
- 03/14/18--12:45: Mendenhall Towers climbers presumed deceased; search ends
- 03/14/18--18:48: Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, March 14, 2018
- 03/15/18--11:39: Wrangell declares water emergency
- 03/15/18--12:54: Southeast tribes broaden transboundary alliance
- 03/15/18--14:51: Dog dies at Koyuk checkpoint
- 03/15/18--15:35: Iditapod: Wrapping up from Nome
- 03/15/18--15:51: Tribes plow longest Kuskokwim ice road ever
- 03/15/18--18:11: Riled: Young keeps true to form
State gets timeline for federal environmental review of Alaska LNG project; Troopers release names of officers involved in Pilot Station shooting; Ulsom first into White Mountain, 77 miles from the finish; Old guard content to watch new generation of mushers take reins of sport; Even in corridors of power, the Iditarod intrigues; Scientists listen for mammals, ships in a changing Bering Sea; Mixing science with traditional knowledge, researchers hope to get seal oil on the menu Listen now
The 31-year-old Norwegian is the first musher to disrupt the Seavey dynasty, in a grueling race that has dragged on longer than recent years.
The Iditarod has crowned a new Norwegian champion: Joar Leifseth Ulsom. The 31-year-old pulled under Nome’s Burled Arch at 3 a.m. Wednesday with eight dogs in harness to claim his first championship, taking the win in Iditarod 46. Ulsom is the first Norwegian musher to win the thousand-mile sled dog race since Robert Sørlie in 2005. Girdwood's Nicolas Petit arrived a little over two hours later, and he spoke to reporters about how his race went and where it went wrong.
Concern over the dividend’s future led House members to propose a constitutional amendment, House Joint Resolution 23.
Alaska State Troopers say ropes used by Ryan Johnson and Marc-Andre Leclerc were spotted in a cravasse on the north face of the Mendenhall Towers.
Scientists estimate following the 2011 tsunami in Japan there were at least 10 times as much debris washing ashore than ever measured.
One senator’s lawsuit over PFDs changed the way the Permanent Fund managers can use investment earnings.
A recent survey of high school students in the Kodiak Archipelago looked at risk behaviors in the student body. That includes things like drugs, suicide rate and violence.
The Trump administration has awarded a major grant to a small community on the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta. Listen now
The trans-Alaska pipeline fights off about 22 million cyber attacks. Daily.; New Norwegian champ, Joar Ulsom wins 2018 Iditarod; Juneau students take part in national student walkout protesting gun violence; Proposed constitutional amendment would protect dividends, sort of; Mendenhall Towers climbers presumed deceased; search ends; Toksook Bay Tribe receives more than 10 million federal dollars for trail construction; Japanese tsunami litters North American shores with 10 times the trash Listen now
Energy infrastructure is a tempting target for hackers, and the trans-Alaska pipeline is no exception. Alyeska, which operates the pipeline, now ranks cyberattacks as one of its top three risks. Listen now
Juneau high school students took part in Wednesday’s national walkout calling for action on gun violence. More than a hundred Juneau-Douglas students marched to the state Capitol while dozens of students at Thunder Mountain gathered outside their school. Listen now
City officials say the Southeast community has about one month of supply left. They’re asking residents to cut way back on use.
The spill reportedly happened inside of a lined container, surrounded by a chain-link fence and barbed wire. A state inspector is on the way to the community.
What the state owes in tax credit payouts varies wildly from year to year. By paying off the tax credit debt with bonds, the repayment rate would theoretically become predictable.
More than 30 representatives met recently at the Tulalip Indian Reservation, between Seattle and Vancouver, British Columbia.
A dog has died at a checkpoint along the Iditarod trail. Listen now
Alaska Public Media's reporter on the Iditarod Trail, Zachariah Hughes, talks from Nome about the scene there as race finishers mush into town, and KNOM interviews with third-place finisher Mitch Seavey shed some light on his race, including a tough trail along the Bering Sea coast and becoming better friends with Joar Leifseth Ulsom (the new champ!) and runner-up Nicolas Petit. Plus, we go rapid-fire with questions about how fast the dogs run, trail mail and the Burled Arch.
The Kuskokwim River now has its longest ice road ever in a year when people thought there might not be any ice road at all. The graded, marked road stretches 200 miles from Bethel upstream to Crooked Creek. Listen now
At the U.S. Capitol, Rep. Don Young has a reputation for having a short fuse. He did nothing to dispel that notoriety at a hearing Thursday, where he seemed to let Democrats get under his skin. Listen now