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- 04/09/18--20:54: _After Prop 1 vote, ...
- 04/10/18--12:40: _Valdez woman run ov...
- 04/10/18--13:08: _John Active retires...
- 04/10/18--15:00: _Imprisoned militia ...
- 04/10/18--16:59: _University of Alask...
- 04/10/18--18:15: _Facebook CEO dodges...
- 04/10/18--18:59: _Alaska News Nightly...
- 04/10/18--19:07: _Former Planned Pare...
- 04/10/18--19:08: _Trump picks Anchora...
- 04/11/18--11:02: _Walker’s bills to s...
- 04/11/18--14:59: _Workplace smoking b...
- 04/11/18--15:10: _Alaskan educators a...
- 04/11/18--16:48: _Wind storm hits Sou...
- 04/11/18--17:19: _Wrangell gets first...
- 04/11/18--18:08: _Juneau Hidden Histo...
- 04/11/18--18:55: _Alaska News Nightly...
- 04/11/18--18:58: _Alaska Senate set t...
- 04/11/18--19:04: _Juneau Empire and A...
- 04/11/18--19:10: _Former climate offi...
- 04/12/18--11:12: _Opponents of salmon...
- 04/10/18--12:40: Valdez woman run over by drunk driver, police say
- 04/10/18--13:08: John Active retires from KYUK
- 04/10/18--18:15: Facebook CEO dodges Sullivan’s softball
- 04/10/18--18:59: Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, April 10, 2018
- 04/10/18--19:07: Former Planned Parenthood worker rejected for midwives board
- 04/10/18--19:08: Trump picks Anchorage attorney for District Court
- 04/11/18--14:59: Workplace smoking ban advances
- 04/11/18--15:10: Alaskan educators advocate for increased K-12 funding
- 04/11/18--16:48: Wind storm hits Southeast; Ketchikan clocks biggest gusts
- 04/11/18--17:19: Wrangell gets first pot dispensary
- 04/11/18--18:55: Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, April 11, 2018
- 04/11/18--18:58: Alaska Senate set to debate state budget on Thursday
- 04/11/18--19:04: Juneau Empire and Alaska sister papers sold again
- 04/12/18--11:12: Opponents of salmon ballot initiative raise over $2 million
Results on Proposition 1 came as a surprise to many, and has implications for the upcoming midterm elections in other states. Listen now
Valdez police say a drunk driver ran over and killed a woman Sunday morning outside of a local bar.
John Active, the legendary Yup’ik storyteller and host of Ketvarrluku and Talkline, has retired from KYUK. Listen now
Imprisoned Fairbanks militia leader Schaeffer Cox has petitioned the US Supreme Court to review his conviction of conspiring to kill federal officials. Listen now
The University of Alaska on Monday, April 9 announced they are extending the deadline for comment on a controversial timber sale near Haines and Klukwan by 10 more days, until May 7. Listen now
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg was contrite in a U.S. Senate hearing. But he wouldn't play along when Sen. Dan Sullivan wanted to make a point about regulation. Listen now
Former Planned Parenthood worker rejected for midwives board; Facebook CEO dodges Sullivan's softball; Imprisoned militia leader Schaeffer Cox petitions Supreme Court to review conviction; Trump picks Anchorage attorney for District Court; NTSB releases report on 2017 Hageland Aviation crash; State Senate makes small cut to ferry system budget; University of Alaska extends comment period for proposed timber sale near Haines, Klukwan; John Active retires from KYUK; Building resilience through basketballs and berries Listen now
Opposition to Linden’s appointment to the Board of Certified Direct-Entry Midwives was centered on Planned Parenthood’s role in providing abortions. Listen now
President Trump has nominated Jonathan Katchen to serve as a U.S. District Court judge in Alaska. Listen now
A bill that would have the state issue bonds to pay oil and gas companies is on the move in the legislature. Listen now
The bill was changed so that it won’t affect the use of electronic cigarettes or marijuana. It also would allow municipalities to opt out of the workplace smoking ban. Listen now
School administrators, teachers and parents from across the state testified before the House Finance Committee Tuesday in support of increased school funding. Rep. Les Gara’s HB 339 would increase the base student allocation by $100 to $6,030. Listen now
Ketchikan was warned Tuesday morning to expect a big storm that afternoon, and they weren’t kidding. Weather spotters clocked sustained winds around 70 mph and gusts exceeding 100. Listen now
Wrangell’s first marijuana dispensary opened this week.
Juneau Hidden History group shown searching for the lost Rocker Mine near Juneau. Listen now
Former climate official says details surrounding his reassignment look “damning” for Trump admin; Alaska Senate set to debate state budget on Thursday; Workplace smoking ban advances; Army Corps defends review process for Pebble Mine; Walker’s bills to swap oil tax credit debt for bond debt making progress; Alaskan educators advocate for increased K-12 funding; Wind storm hits Southeast; Ketchikan clocks biggest gusts; Walker's climate team meeting in Fairbanks for two days; Juneau Empire and Alaska sister papers sold again; Juneau Hidden History ‘docu-follow’, reality TV show premieres this week Listen now
The biggest difference from the House budget is that the Senate bill does not include $1.28 billion for school funding. The Senate would provide that money in separate legislation.
The 105-year-old Juneau Empire has been sold to a Canadian newspaper chain just six months after its longtime owner offloaded some of its Alaska holdings to GateHouse Media. Listen now
Joel Clement resigned in October after being ousted from his position working on issues like coastal resilience and village relocation in Alaska. Listen now
The opposition group, called Stand for Alaska, reported major contributions from some of Alaska’s biggest industry players. Listen now