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- 10/24/18--11:56: _Barrick Gold takes ...
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- 10/24/18--15:00: _A solar project in ...
- 10/24/18--15:07: _Alaska tribes, heal...
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- 10/25/18--11:02: _Two unprecedented e...
- 10/25/18--12:23: _How the Princess So...
- 10/25/18--12:58: _Through digital sto...
- 10/25/18--16:16: _From Trump and trib...
- 10/25/18--16:47: _Will Alaska’s new g...
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- 10/26/18--08:48: _Dunleavy, Begich sp...
- 10/26/18--09:32: _ConocoPhillips to b...
- 10/26/18--09:52: _Gov. Walker hasn’t ...
- 10/26/18--10:13: _Atka school in dang...
- 10/26/18--10:43: _Fish and Game revie...
- 10/26/18--11:33: _Yes, Alaska’s volca...
- 10/24/18--12:35: Alaska AFL-CIO endorses Begich after Walker suspends campaign
- 10/24/18--15:00: A solar project in rural Alaska takes aim at sky-high electric bills
- 10/24/18--15:07: Alaska tribes, health organizations join opioid suit
- 10/24/18--16:19: Anchorage Assembly approves police move into former LIO building
- 10/24/18--18:58: Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, Oct. 24, 2018
- 10/25/18--11:02: Two unprecedented earthquakes shake Y-K Delta coast
- 10/25/18--16:47: Will Alaska’s new governor keep Walker’s climate team?
- 10/25/18--18:52: Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, Oct. 25, 3018
- 10/26/18--08:48: Dunleavy, Begich spar on budget, crime in debate
- 10/26/18--10:13: Atka school in danger of shutting down
- 10/26/18--11:33: Yes, Alaska’s volcanoes still dominate in updated threat assessment
Barrick Gold also wants to build one of the world’s largest gold mines, the Donlin gold mine, in the Yukon Kuskokwim Delta. And this merger could have future implications for the project.
Alaska AFL-CIO President Vince Beltrami said labor leaders on a conference call unanimously supported Begich. Listen now
Called the Liberty Project, Hilcorp aims to build a 24-acre gravel island in shallow waters about five miles from shore and drill for oil from there. Listen now
A new renewable energy project in Buckland aims to demonstrate solar and wind power’s potential to reduce the region’s sky-high utility costs. Listen now
Alaska Natives are fatally overdosing from opioids at a higher rate than other groups. Now Alaska Native tribes and health organizations are joining a sprawling federal lawsuit against the prescription drug industry. Listen now
The Anchorage Police Department is moving headquarters, taking over an embattled downtown building that has been vacant since it was abandoned by state lawmakers. Listen now
Trump administration approves first oil production in federal Arctic waters; Anchorage Catholic Archdiocese announces investigation into sexual abuse within church; Sitka man faces felony charges for allegedly firing upon state troopers ; Anchorage Assembly approves police move into former LIO building; Two earthquakes rock YK Delta; State delays scheduled Seward Highway closures until spring; The mystery landscape of Ohmer Creek’s flood plain explained; Through digital storytelling, Bristol Bay students uncover the NN Cannery's history; How the Princess Sophia grounded and sank with all aboard 100 years ago Listen now
The Catholic Archdiocese in Anchorage announced Wednesday it will take a close look at possible sexual abuse within the church. Listen now
Earthquakes are common in Alaska, but they're rare in Southwest Alaska, and quakes have never been recorded anywhere within a hundred miles of where two struck Tuesday night.
What happened on Vanderbilt Reef in October 1918? And why was the sinking of the S.S. Princess Sophia quickly forgotten in Alaska and Canada? Listen now
The NN Cannery in Naknek was in operation almost continuously from 1895 until 2015. In early October, 19 students at Bristol Bay High School took part in a digital workshop to document stories of the people who worked there.
In the last week, both Mike Dunleavy and Mark Begich received endorsements from varying spheres of influence. Listen now
Now, the real work to address climate change can start. But it’s hard to know what that might look like under new leadership. Listen now
Gov. Walker reflects on what's next following his gubernatorial tenure; From Trump and tribes to Grammy-winning rock bands: Dunleavy and Begich receive varying endorsements; Will Alaska’s new governor keep Walker’s climate team?; Five Alaska volcanoes listed as 'very high threat'; Memorandum of understanding reached between IGU and Siemens; Why isn't the Princess Sophia disaster more well known? Listen now
They traded accusations over which branch of government is responsible for the rise in crime. Listen now
ConocoPhillips today announced the company has made the final decision to build a new, roughly $1 billion drill site on the North Slope. Listen now
“I need to cut some lumber, make some sawdust and, you know, go through sort of that process,” Walker said of what he’ll do after his term ends.
To get full funding, schools need at least 10 students. But at the Yakov E. Netsvetov school in Atka, there are only six. Listen now
King salmon produced at Southeast Alaska hatcheries have been found at a higher level in the Farragut River, about 30 miles from Petersburg.
The US Geological Survey released an update this week to its volcano threat assessment, first published in 2005. It’s a look at every volcano in the United States and a ranking based on the hazards they pose. This recent update has five Alaska volcanoes in the "very high threat" category, more than any other state. Listen now