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- 04/18/18--17:12: _Five Juneau residen...
- 04/18/18--17:21: _An Alaskan abroad w...
- 04/18/18--17:28: _HAARP readies for b...
- 04/18/18--17:44: _Kodiak jig fisherme...
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- 04/19/18--15:00: _Trump administratio...
- 04/19/18--15:11: _USACE takes public ...
- 04/19/18--15:15: _Alaska Senate joins...
- 04/19/18--15:22: _Haines marijuana bu...
- 04/19/18--15:43: _Sealaska dividends ...
- 04/19/18--15:47: _U.S. military bring...
- 04/19/18--15:54: _Pogo Mine officials...
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- 04/20/18--14:44: _Alaska Airlines set...
- 04/20/18--15:17: _Fairbanks students ...
- 04/18/18--16:43: Anchorage officials certify vote-by-mail results
- 04/18/18--17:05: New charges are filed in case of Petersburg teens hitting deer
- 04/18/18--17:21: An Alaskan abroad wins international reporting Pulitzer
- 04/18/18--17:28: HAARP readies for busiest research season in three years
- 04/18/18--17:44: Kodiak jig fishermen explore other markets during poor cod season
- 04/18/18--18:43: Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, April 18, 2018
- 04/19/18--15:00: Trump administration kicks off process for oil development in ANWR
- 04/19/18--15:56: Boroughs, university, private companies to explore trade with China
- 04/19/18--17:21: Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, April 19, 2018
- 04/20/18--14:44: Alaska Airlines sets new limits on emotional support animals
Senator Lisa Murkowski used a mudslide prone stretch of the Denali National Park Road to point to the need for more funding to address major maintenance at parks. Listen now
In late March, Volt49's organizers assigned a unique challenge related to renewable energy in Alaska to four teams across the state, and they have had five weeks to solve it.
About 79,295 ballots were cast, pushing turnout to just over 36 percent, a high figure relative to Anchorage’s normal local election returns. The vote certification upholds preliminary results. Listen now
New charges have been filed against two Petersburg teenagers accused of hitting deer with their vehicle this winter. Listen now
Most of the defendants — including the operator of Moore Charters in Auke Bay — have pleaded guilty or no contest to the charges and must pay fines and restitution. Listen now
Clare Baldwin and two of her colleagues with the Reuters news agency won the Pulitzer Prize for international reporting for their series on a brutal, ongoing drug war in the Philippines. Listen now
The High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program or “HAARP” facility is gearing up for its busiest season since the University of Alaska Fairbanks acquired the Gakona-area atmospheric experimentation station from the Air Force. Listen now
Kodiak processors and fishermen are seeing the effects of the 80 percent cut to cod quota in the Gulf of Alaska. Listen now
State House and Senate agree on a school funding plan; Murkowski suggests taxing outdoor rec gear to help fund park projects; State announces businesses joining the China Trade Mission; Anchorage officials certify vote-by-mail results; Kodiak jig fishermen explore other markets during poor cod season; Biologists predict early start for Togiak sac roe herring fishery; New charges are filed in case of Petersburg teens hitting deer; Five Juneau residents ordered to pay fines, restitution for deer poaching; HAARP readies for busiest research season in three years Listen now
The Department of Interior released a notice saying it will hold “no fewer than two” oil lease sales in a 1.6-million acre portion of the refuge, known as the 1002 area or the Coastal Plain. Listen now
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers took public comment on the Pebble Mine plan in Dillingham on Tuesday. Listen now
The State Senate has joined the House in passing a resolution calling on the federal government to respect Alaska’s legalization of marijuana. Listen now
Glacier Bay Farms is set to be among the first legal marijuana businesses in Haines. Listen now
Sealaska says its businesses are making more money and helping boost shareholder dividends. But much of the payout comes from other corporations’ resource earnings. Listen now
People in 12 Northwest communities can get free health care services this week, thanks to the U.S. Armed Forces’ Operation Arctic Care, which happens every three years. Listen now
Recent exploration around the Pogo Mine near Delta Junction has shown promising evidence of more rich deposits of gold nearby. Listen now
The trade mission is part of Walker’s goal to deepen commercial ties with China.
Trump administration kicks off process for oil development in ANWR; USACE takes public comment in Dillingham on Pebble Project, format generates frustration; U.S. military brings free "Arctic Care" to Northwest Arctic communities; Alaska Senate joins House, calling for feds to respect state marijuana laws; Haines marijuana business inches closer to operating, brings together grandmother, millenials; Wrangell gets first pot dispensary; Pogo Mine officials "very excited" about two promising gold prospects under exploration; Renewable energy competition wants Alaskans to ‘fail fast’ to eventually find ‘gold’; Sealaska dividends boosted by other corporations’ oil and zinc earnings Listen now
The policy change, which starts May 1, includes requiring a signed affidavit that the animal is trained to behave in public and that the owner accepts liability for its actions. Passengers with emotional support animals will also now have to provide all documentation to Alaska Airlines at least 48 hours before their flight. Listen now
Today, students organized across the country in solidarity with national high school walkouts expressing alarm over gun violence, including in Fairbanks. Listen now