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- 05/31/18--12:35: _Palmer trial of fir...
- 05/31/18--12:40: _As Medicaid funds d...
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- 05/31/18--15:27: _Turning a temporary...
- 05/31/18--16:02: _New UAF project to ...
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- 05/31/18--18:45: _Murkowski irked at ...
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- 05/31/18--19:26: _Almandinger found g...
- 06/01/18--11:30: _Seaton files to run...
- 06/01/18--12:36: _Kodiak researchers ...
- 06/01/18--14:45: _Forest Service figh...
- 06/01/18--15:35: _AK: Safari Quest re...
- 06/01/18--15:54: _49 Voices: Marin Le...
- 06/01/18--16:31: _In AOGA gubernatori...
- 06/01/18--16:52: _Fast ferry’s future...
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- 06/01/18--18:24: _Alaska businesses f...
- 06/01/18--19:17: _Alaska News Nightly...
- 06/01/18--19:20: _Former House Distri...
- 05/31/18--15:27: Turning a temporary stay into long-term stability, 30 days at a time
- 05/31/18--16:02: New UAF project to investigate North Slope heavy oil extraction
- 05/31/18--16:22: Sen. Cantwell asks Army to expand, extend Pebble scoping period
- 05/31/18--18:45: Murkowski irked at tariffs, and Trump team
- 05/31/18--19:05: Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, May 31, 2018
- 05/31/18--19:26: Almandinger found guilty on all charges in Grunwald murder trial
- 06/01/18--11:30: Seaton files to run as independent in Democratic primary
- 06/01/18--14:45: Forest Service fighting 56-acre fire at Berners Bay
- 06/01/18--15:35: AK: Safari Quest returns to Petersburg
- 06/01/18--15:54: 49 Voices: Marin Lee of Homer
- 06/01/18--16:52: Fast ferry’s future sailings uncertain
- 06/01/18--19:17: Alaska News Nightly: Friday, June 1, 2018
Prosecutors presented evidence over about two weeks, and when Almandinger's defense rested without calling any witnesses -- not even Almandinger himself -- it set the stage for closing arguments Wednesday. Listen now
The state is running short on money for Medicaid. Until the next fiscal year starts in July, hospitals and other health-care providers won’t get paid for treating much of Alaska’s low-income population. But the state is trying to funnel what money is left to hospitals that could otherwise shut down. Listen now
Halibut have hit the docks in Dillingham. The 4-E halibut fishery opened on May 1, and the first fish was landed on May 14. Listen now
Emergency shelters are supposed to be supportive safe havens. But in Fairbanks, it was a little too supportive. So staff developed a new plan for pushing people out the door by helping them stand on their own feet.
The University of Alaska Fairbanks will lead an investigation of heavy oil extraction on the North Slope.
U.S. Senator Maria Cantwell, a Democrat from Washington, sent a letter to the U.S Assistant Secretary of the Army today in regards to the permitting process for the proposed Pebble Mine.
President Trump's steel and aluminum tariffs aren't good for Alaska, Sen. Murkowski said. She's frustrated with the on-again/off-again policy announcements, and with EPA Administrator Pruitt. Listen now
Almandinger found guilty on all charges in Grunwald murder trial; Native Corporations ask to start looking for oil in ANWR; Interior asking public not ‘if’, but ‘how’ to allow drilling in ANWR; Murkowski irked at tariffs, and Trump team; Sen. Cantwell asks Army to expand, extend Pebble scoping period; New chancellor selected for UAA; Local researchers try to understand why Pacific Cod stocks are crashing in the gulf; In Norton Sound, expect strong salmon runs this summer; Rock strike suspends White Pass train service in Skagway; After 50 years at Dillingham Elementary, Sophie Woods retires Listen now
A Palmer jury today found Erick Almandinger guilty on all counts in the 2016 slaying of 16-year-old David Grunwald. Listen now
House Rep. Paul Seaton of Homer has represented House District 31 on the Kenai Peninsula as a Republican since 2002, but he filed Thursday to run as an independent in the Democratic primary.
On an island about four miles off of Kodiak, marine scientists working with the University of Alaska are trying to figure out why Pacific cod stocks are crashing in the Gulf of Alaska. And, how climate change may be affecting the fish when they’re young. Listen now
The fire doesn’t pose a significant threat, but it is unusually large for the rainforest and Southeast Alaska.
A cruise ship that used to stop in Petersburg will be using the small town as its home port this summer. Its tour company is the latest of several to add the town to an itinerary peddling the authentic Alaskan experience. Listen now
This week we're hearing from Marin Lee in Adak. Lee grew up fishing in Homer and is a deckhand on the research vessel Tiglax. Listen now
Gov. Bill Walker, former State Senator Mike Dunleavy and businessman Scott Hawkins faced off in a debate yesterday at the Alaska Oil and Gas Association’s annual conference in Anchorage.
The Alaska Marine Highway System appears to be phasing out its fast ferries. One is in long-term storage and the other will join it this fall.
After days of rumors and speculation, Mark Begich has announced that he is running for governor in the Democratic primary. Mead Treadwell, former Lt. Gov. under Sean Parnell, announced his candidacy in the Republican primary.
Alaska’s oil industry has specially designed its operations for freezing conditions. But as temperatures rise, companies are starting to pay a price for climate change — and some Alaska businesses are making money off of it.
Begich and Treadwell throw their hats into Alaska Governor's race; In AOGA gubernatorial debate, Dunleavy and Hawkins grill Walker on China, gasline prospects; Three Democrats running to unseat Don Young; Former House District 38 Rep. Zach Fansler to plead guilty to harassment; Alaska businesses find a niche: helping oil companies cope with climate change; Fast ferry’s future sailings uncertain; Breakfast, horses, and other wisdom from retiring uber-reporter Ed Schoenfeld; AK: Safari Quest returns to Petersburg; 49 Voices: Marin Lee of Homer Listen now
Almost six months after he was accused of slapping a woman in his hotel room, former House District 38 Representative Zach Fansler is pleading guilty, though not to assault.