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- 09/05/18--15:57: _Governor signs phar...
- 09/05/18--16:12: _In Kaktovik, sea ic...
- 09/05/18--16:30: _International group...
- 09/05/18--18:05: _How little organiza...
- 09/05/18--18:42: _New Trooper report ...
- 09/05/18--18:49: _Ex-Alaska AG leads ...
- 09/05/18--19:05: _Alaska News Nightly...
- 09/06/18--06:41: _Alaska wary of fede...
- 09/06/18--06:48: _August storms promp...
- 09/06/18--08:45: _New F-35s at Eielso...
- 09/06/18--09:59: _Chelan celebrates 4...
- 09/06/18--15:22: _US and Canadian neg...
- 09/06/18--16:11: _Keeping bears and p...
- 09/06/18--16:26: _Western Alaska stil...
- 09/06/18--16:56: _State says it would...
- 09/06/18--18:50: _Alaska News Nightly...
- 09/07/18--08:34: _Candidates for gove...
- 09/07/18--08:41: _Walker administrati...
- 09/07/18--08:58: _Southeast sport fis...
- 09/07/18--09:03: _The company that ru...
- 09/05/18--15:57: Governor signs pharmacy bill in Juneau
- 09/05/18--16:12: In Kaktovik, sea ice loss means a boom in polar bear tourism
- 09/05/18--16:30: International group gathers in Unalaska to talk Arctic biodiversity
- 09/05/18--18:05: How little organizations make a big difference through collaboration
- 09/05/18--18:42: New Trooper report shows Alaska drug problem worsening
- 09/05/18--19:05: Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2018
- 09/06/18--06:41: Alaska wary of federal push for marine aquaculture
- 09/06/18--09:59: Chelan celebrates 40 years of bringing produce to Southeast
- 09/06/18--15:22: US and Canadian negotiators reach tentative deal over Pacific salmon
- 09/06/18--16:11: Keeping bears and people separate at Haines’ Chilkoot River
- 09/06/18--18:50: Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, Sept. 6, 2018
- 09/07/18--08:34: Candidates for governor differ on how to pay for government, PFDs
- 09/07/18--08:58: Southeast sport fishing lodge owner appointed to halibut commission
On Tuesday, Governor Bill Walker signed into law a bill that will tighten regulations on pharmacy benefit management companies.
That’s when outsiders started showing up in Kaktovik: tourists, who wanted to see polar bears before they went extinct.
This week, Unalaska is hosting an international gathering of scientists, wildlife managers and indigenous leaders — all focused on biodiversity in the circumpolar north. Listen now
Solving community problems can be hard, unless you tap into the power of collaboration. This is how Chickaloon does it.
AST points to collaboration with partners as its principal means for combating a growing demand with diminished resources for policing. Listen now
Former Alaska AG Gregg Renkes has a new job at the Interior Department, signaling a change of direction for him and the Office of Policy Analysis. Listen now
New Trooper report shows Alaska drug problem worsening; The company that runs the trans-Alaska oil pipeline is cutting its workforce by 10 percent; Ex-Alaska AG leads Interior office with focus on Arctic, 'adaptation'; Alaska wary of federal push for marine aquaculture; August storms prompt North Slope Borough to file disaster declaration; International group gathers in Unalaska to talk Arctic biodiversity; IGU board to press Siemens for details on proposed LNG deal; New F-35s at Eielson Air Force Base have schools preparing for influx; Eight Alaskans named to national ski team; A man is seeking to keep fresh produce available in Southeast Listen now
The Trump administration is promoting aquaculture in federal waters to ease the nation’s seafood trade deficit. But Alaska wants assurances the state’s ban on offshore fish farming will be respected. Listen now
Emergency Manager Heather Seeman says she’s concerned about the storm season ahead. Listen now
The basing of F-35 fighters at Eielson Air Force Base will increase the number of school-age kids in the Fairbanks North Star Borough.
For the past 40 years, Dave Kensinger and his wife Mona Christian have been running Chelan Produce Co., bringing fruits and vegetables to Petersburg and Sitka on alternating weekends in summertime. Listen now
U.S. and Canadian delegations reached a tentative deal over Pacific salmon last month. But the treaty’s 10-year annex still needs to be signed by both countries. Listen now
Like much of Alaska, the mountains and woods around Haines are home to many bears. For the most part, people try to avoid them. But there’s one spot where people seek them out. Listen now
More than twice as many felony sex offenses are reported per capita in western Alaska than in the rest of the state, according to the Alaska Department of Public Safety. Listen now
The state told Superior Court Judge Herman Walker Jr. that it would agree to limiting some enforcement while he hears the lawsuit. Listen now
State says it would allow small, temporary political signs on private property; Candidates for governor differ on how to pay for government, PFDs; US and Canadian negotiators reach tentative deal over Pacific salmon; Alaska volcano restless again; Western Alaska still has state’s highest rate of reported felony sex crimes; Walker administration looks for panelists to discuss controversial Roadless Rule; Donlin receives permits to destroy two creeks to build mine; Southeast sport fishing lodge owner appointed to IPHC; Keeping bears and people separate at Haines’ Chilkoot River; Controversial Greens Creek Mine film now online Listen now
During a Juneau Chamber of Commerce forum, Gov. Bill Walker asked former state Sen. Mike Dunleavy about $1.1 billion in budget cuts he said he would make in January 2017. Listen now
The governor’s office is requesting applications from Alaska Native regional corporations and tribes, local governments, environmental groups, and interests from tourism, mining, energy, timber and fishing. Listen now
Richard Yamada owns a lodge on Shelter Island. He’s been involved in the charter fishing industry for 37 years and currently serves on the Alaska Department of Fish and Game’s Juneau-Douglas Advisory Committee. Listen now
The company says it won’t let budget cuts jeopardize the pipeline’s safe operations, since there’s no other way to move oil off the North Slope. Meanwhile, a citizens watchdog group in Valdez says it will seek more information about the company’s reorganization. Listen now