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- 05/17/18--18:56: _Alaska News Nightly...
- 05/18/18--10:27: _Ferry Tazlina float...
- 05/18/18--10:53: _Juneau Assembly mem...
- 05/18/18--15:08: _49 Voices: Bruce Sc...
- 05/18/18--15:18: _AK: After 75 years,...
- 05/18/18--15:42: _Late bill amendment...
- 05/18/18--18:22: _Federal designation...
- 05/18/18--18:31: _Alaska News Nightly...
- 05/18/18--18:00: _The state park system
- 05/21/18--15:42: _Alaskan fishermen a...
- 05/21/18--16:03: _Murkowski questions...
- 05/21/18--16:24: _UAF hosts 4-day Ala...
- 05/21/18--16:57: _American and Japane...
- 05/21/18--17:42: _IGU board considers...
- 05/21/18--17:45: _Trump admin sets cr...
- 05/21/18--18:34: _Alaska AG joins eff...
- 05/21/18--19:17: _Alaska News Nightly...
- 05/22/18--09:41: _After ending trade ...
- 05/22/18--12:22: _Ferries fully funde...
- 05/22/18--12:24: _A lot of people get...
- 05/17/18--18:56: Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, May 17, 2018
- 05/18/18--10:27: Ferry Tazlina floated for the first time
- 05/18/18--15:08: 49 Voices: Bruce Schindler of Skagway
- 05/18/18--15:18: AK: After 75 years, a bittersweet homecoming for Attu descendants
- 05/18/18--15:42: Late bill amendment allows distillery cocktails to continue
- 05/18/18--18:31: Alaska News Nightly: Friday, May 18, 2018
- 05/18/18--18:00: The state park system
- 05/21/18--17:45: Trump admin sets crosshairs on Park Service predator rule
- 05/21/18--18:34: Alaska AG joins effort to stiffen penalties for drug companies
- 05/21/18--19:17: Alaska News Nightly: Monday, May 21, 2018
- 05/22/18--12:22: Ferries fully funded in operating budget
- 05/22/18--12:24: A lot of people get this pretty basic question about oil wrong
Young squeaks Roadless Rule exemption into Ag bill; The U.S. Forest Service sued over Kuiu Island timber sale; A victory for Wrangell’s tribe, state says no dumping near Pat’s Lake; Troopers identified pilot in fatal crash near Whittier; Kreiss-Tomkins backs funding for NOAA research, Sitka harbors; How can the U.S. Forest Service keep up with Alaska’s tourism boom?; Former Unalaska mayor to run state ferry system; Coast Guard seeks feedback on potential impact of 6 new icebreakers; Kiana youth turn boring meetings into lifelong skills; Fishermen harvest hooligan by the bucketful on the Chilkoot and Chilkat Listen now
Floating a new ferry for the first time is a painstakingly long process that involves bursts of activity followed by a lot of waiting around and listening to the hum of machinery.
Two more candidates have joined the race for the state Senate seat representing Juneau and other northern Southeast communities: Juneau Assembly member Jesse Kiehl and longtime labor leader Don Etheridge.
This week we're hearing from Bruce Schindler from Skagway. Schindler moved to Alaska in the 90s and is a mammoth ivory carver. Listen now
Seventy-five years after Japan invaded the furthest tip of the Aleutian chain, Attuans are returning home. Listen now
The Alaska Legislature gave distilleries the green light to continue serving cocktails last week. Listen now
Alaska is the last state to get the "high-intensity drug-trafficking" designation, which allows access to a total nationwide funding pool of $250 million. Public safety officials say the money will help facilitate collaboration between federal, state and local law enforcement. Listen now
Governor prepares Alaska trade delegation for China business trip; Late bill amendment allows distillery cocktails to continue; Federal designation puts Alaska in touch with millions to fight drug-trafficking; Juneau Assembly member Kiehl, labor leader Etheridge run for state Senate seat; Ferry Tazlina floated for the first time; AK: After 75 years, a bittersweet homecoming for Attu descendants; 49 Voices: Bruce Schindler of Skagway Listen now
Alaska has the largest state park system in the nation. And with the summer season about to launch into high gear, Alaskans are preparing for state park adventures. On the next Talk of Alaska we'll hear from park managers on what they're doing to make even the most remote parks more accessible. And we'll discuss the future of the park system as the state continues to make budget cuts. LISTEN HERE
Historically, Atlantic halibut has not competed with its close relative on the West Coast since New England and Canadian fishermen overfished stocks in the late 1880s. Listen now
Alaska U.S. Senator Lisa Murkowski raised the issue of sexual assaults involving minors on military bases during a Senate Defense Appropriations hearing last week. Listen now
Alaska Native languages are the focus of a four-day institute at the University of Alaska Fairbanks this week. Listen now
It’s been 75 years since thousands of young soldiers lost their lives fighting over the westernmost point of the United States. Seventy-five years since the Alaska Native people of Attu were taken from their homes never to return again. Listen now
An affiliate of the Germany-based industrial giant Siemens is offering to build an LNG plant near Wasilla and transport the gas it processes there to Fairbanks at no cost to the Interior Gas Utility. Listen now
The Trump administration is trying to erase another part of President Obama's environmental legacy in Alaska: It wants to roll back a National Park Service ban on several controversial methods of killing bears and wolves. Listen now
Lindemuth joins 37 other attorneys general asking senators for higher fines and continued funding connected to the opioid crisis. Listen now
Trump admin sets crosshairs on Park Service predator rule; Murkowski questions military officials over how sexual assaults involving minors are resolved; Alaska AG joins effort to stiffen penalties for drug companies; US files plea deal in deadly Florida airport shooting; UAF hosts 4-day Alaska Native language institute to help preserve knowledge; IGU board considers Siemens proposal for alternative natural gas source for Fairbanks; Ferries fully funded in operating budget; Alaskan fishermen aren’t the only ones noticing the rise of Atlantic halibut; American and Japanese descendants unite after 75 years to ensure Attu occupation is remembered; A lot of people get this pretty basic question about oil wrong Listen now
China’s top economic adviser returned from a week of trade talks in Washington, D.C. to find Alaska on his doorstep in Beijing.
The Alaska Marine Highway System got what it asked for in the Legislature’s operating budget. Next budget year’s sailings and routes will be similar to this year’s schedule. Listen now
"I have had to correct school teachers in the past who have been teaching their kids that oil comes from dinosaurs." Listen now