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- 05/11/18--08:19: _Bill to overhaul Al...
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- 05/11/18--15:15: _AK: Cross-border ef...
- 05/11/18--15:27: _49 Voices: Lani Hot...
- 05/11/18--15:52: _75 Years after the ...
- 05/11/18--16:02: _DeSimone found guil...
- 05/11/18--17:55: _Firefighters battle...
- 05/11/18--18:00: _What does it take t...
- 05/11/18--18:37: _Alaska News Nightly...
- 05/14/18--08:15: _Legislature passes ...
- 05/14/18--11:07: _Juneau’s child care...
- 05/14/18--11:13: _Kreiss-Tomkins back...
- 05/14/18--11:22: _Sealaska offers bur...
- 05/14/18--15:06: _Firefighters mop up...
- 05/14/18--15:09: _Pilot dies in crash...
- 05/14/18--16:59: _Lt. Colonel Bob Bro...
- 05/14/18--18:46: _Alaska F-22s interc...
- 05/14/18--18:54: _In murder of ‘all-A...
- 05/14/18--19:09: _Alaska News Nightly...
- 05/15/18--08:42: _How can the U.S. Fo...
- 05/11/18--08:19: Bill to overhaul Alaska’s alcohol laws is dead, for now
- 05/11/18--10:54: Emergency Alert System sends test warning
- 05/11/18--15:15: AK: Cross-border effort tracks Taku wild salmon
- 05/11/18--15:27: 49 Voices: Lani Hotch of Klukwan
- 05/11/18--17:55: Firefighters battle residential blaze in Delta Junction
- 05/11/18--18:00: What does it take to legally immigrate to America?
- 05/11/18--18:37: Alaska News Nightly: Friday, May, 11, 2018
- 05/14/18--08:15: Legislature passes state budget before adjourning
- 05/14/18--11:13: Kreiss-Tomkins backs funding for NOAA research, Sitka harbors
- 05/14/18--11:22: Sealaska offers burial, cremation assistance to shareholders
- 05/14/18--15:06: Firefighters mop up 250-acre wildfire in Delta
- 05/14/18--15:09: Pilot dies in crash near Whittier
- 05/14/18--18:46: Alaska F-22s intercept Russian military bombers
- 05/14/18--19:09: Alaska News Nightly: Monday, May 14, 2018
- 05/15/18--08:42: How can the U.S. Forest Service keep up with Alaska’s tourism boom?
An amendment to Senate Bill 76 that would cut the amount that breweries and distilleries can sell as samples to customers opened up disagreements over the bill.
An emergency tsunami warning alert that went out over the air was just a test.
Wild salmon are meticulously trapped and tagged by U.S. and Canadian researchers on both sides of the border as part of the Pacific Salmon Treaty. The data helps gauge marine survival rates of salmon after they leave fresh water. Listen now
This week we're hearing from Lani Hotch in Klukwan. Hotch is a traditional Chilkat weaver who was born in Klukwan, and traveled the country before returning home. Listen now
Seventy-five years ago, Japan and the United States were locked in one of the bloodiest battles fought on American soil: the Battle of Attu. Listen now
The family of Tony Rosales wept in the front row of the gallery after the jury found Mark DeSimone guilty of first-degree murder.
Firefighters from around the Interior are battling a 30-acre wildfire by a residential area in Delta Junction this afternoon. Listen now
Immigration has been in the news a lot this year. Most of the coverage involves undocumented immigrants. But what does it take to cross the border legally? The requirements for entry into the U.S. can vary widely from one country to the next and it can be surprisingly hard.
Legislature is forced to compromise on the state's budget; Bill to overhaul Alaska’s alcohol laws is dead, for now; Emergency Alert System sends test warning; Firefighters battle residential blaze in Delta Junction; ‘How much, how fast?’ Alaska researchers ask of melting Antarctic glacier; 75 Years after the Battle of Attu, veterans reflect on the cost of reclaiming US soil; AK: Cross-border effort tracks Taku wild salmon; 49 Voices: Lani Hotch of Klukwan Listen now
There would be $5.4 billion spent on the part of the operating budget the Legislature focuses on. It’s $433 million higher than the current budget. Listen now
Proposed regulations may make it harder for child care facilities statewide to do business. In Juneau, some daycare directors say the new rules would reduce capacity and worsen the shortage of affordable child care.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, or NOAA, is based in Washington state. But Sitka Representative Jonathan Kreiss-Tomkins wants to see NOAA’s Alaska-focused staff, programs and assets relocated closer to home.
Sealaska is helping its shareholders with burial and cremation costs. The Southeast regional Native corporation’s board voted Monday to offer bereavement benefits of up to $1,000. Listen now
Firefighters mopped up the remains of a 250-acre wildfire Sunday that busted out two days earlier in a largely residential area near Delta Junction. Listen now
Alaska State Troopers say a pilot is dead after crashing early Saturday morning near Whittier. Listen now
Today, we hear from Tara Bourdukofsky and retired Lieutenant Colonel Bob Brocklehurst. Her grandmother survived the internment, and he served as a fighter pilot in the U.S. Air Force. Listen now
The military says it intercepted two Russian long-range bombers in the air space near Alaska on Friday. Listen now
Prosecutors say Erick Almandinger, 18, was part of a small group of teenage accomplices in David Grunwald's beating, kidnapping and execution. Almandinger's attorney says it's true his client failed to stop the others, but that he isn't guilty of murder. Listen now
In murder of 'all-American' Palmer teen, first alleged accomplice goes on trial; Legislature passes state budget before adjourning; MacKinnon won't seek re-election to Alaska Senate; Alaska F-22s intercept Russian military bombers; Firefighters mop up 250-acre wildfire in Delta; Man crushed, killed baling scrap metal at Mat-Su landfill; Pilot dies in crash near Whittier; DeSimone found guilty on first-degree murder charge in Excursion Inlet shooting death; Sealaska offers burial, cremation assistance to shareholders; Lt. Colonel Bob Brocklehurst and Tara Bourdukofsky reflect on the Battle of Attu Listen now
As tourism increases and federal budgets shrink, a permitting backlog at the U.S. Forest Service has been growing.