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- 11/06/18--10:34: _Both major candidat...
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- 11/06/18--13:08: _Y-K Delta one of na...
- 11/06/18--17:05: _Hundreds of frustra...
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- 11/06/18--23:11: _Young leading Galvi...
- 11/06/18--23:37: _‘No’ votes on salmo...
- 11/06/18--23:45: _As results come in,...
- 11/07/18--07:14: _Alaska Republicans ...
- 11/07/18--09:10: _Kelly leads Kawasak...
- 11/07/18--09:58: _Juneau’s Jesse Kieh...
- 11/07/18--14:49: _Sitkans tell Roadle...
- 11/07/18--17:20: _Problem ‘Ender Card...
- 11/07/18--18:23: _Bloomberg philanthr...
- 11/07/18--18:49: _Alaska News Nightly...
- 11/08/18--09:07: _Republicans may tak...
- 11/08/18--10:07: _With salmon ballot ...
- 11/08/18--11:20: _Voting machine prob...
- 11/08/18--12:32: _House member named ...
- 11/08/18--17:30: _Trump administratio...
- 11/06/18--12:53: Report: Suicide is Alaska’s fifth-leading cause of death
- 11/06/18--18:46: Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2018
- 11/06/18--23:11: Young leading Galvin in race for 24th term
- 11/06/18--23:37: ‘No’ votes on salmon ballot initiative leading by sizable margin
- 11/07/18--09:10: Kelly leads Kawasaki in close Fairbanks Senate race
- 11/07/18--09:58: Juneau’s Jesse Kiehl wins Alaska Senate seat in District Q
- 11/07/18--14:49: Sitkans tell Roadless Rule committee that best action is ‘no action’
- 11/07/18--17:20: Problem ‘Ender Cards’ create election headache for Sitka House race
- 11/07/18--18:23: Bloomberg philanthropy gives $1M to Anchorage for new project
- 11/07/18--18:49: Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2018
- 11/08/18--10:07: With salmon ballot measure’s defeat, Pebble celebrates
- 11/08/18--11:20: Voting machine problems delay results for parts of Southeast
Democrat Mark Begich and Republican Mike Dunleavy both want higher dividends, but it’s not clear how they intend to pay for them.
The Alaska Department of Health and Social Services report shows that for 2017, suicide was the fifth-leading cause of death in the state. Nationally, it’s the 10th-leading cause.
There are more than 10,000 voting jurisdictions in the U.S. Of the 35 jurisdictions selected for federal monitoring, two are in the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta. Listen now
Unhappy teachers staged a demonstration at Monday's Anchorage School Board meeting, upset about curriculum changes and wages, among other things. Listen now
Today is election day; Y-K Delta one of nation's few areas where federal monitors will oversee voting compliance on Tuesday; A warming Arctic means a change of plans for offshore drilling project; Public comment closes on on-site consumption for marijuana retailers; Alaska village residents: Lack of housing hurting community; Sturgeon case heard in Supreme Court for second time; Anchorage official responds to transgender case; 'They need to happen.' Native women turn up the volume in violence, sexual assault conversations; Hundreds of frustrated Anchorage teachers stage walkout during school board meeting; Voting materials available in Alaska Native languages, Spanish, Tagalog; New glacial melt data collected from the ocean floor at Leconte Glacier Listen now
With the first ballots counted, Alaska's lone member of the U.S. House Representatives, Don Young, is leading first-time candidate Alyse Galvin.
"No” voters are leading by a wide margin. Ballot Measure 1 is down 63 percent to 37 percent. If approved, the ballot initiative would add new protections for Alaska’s salmon habitat.
Republican Mike Dunleavy is off to a promising start with 59 percent of precincts reporting. He leads Democrat Mark Begich by a 9-point margin, leading 52 percent to 43 percent.
Alaska Republicans sounded confident Tuesday that preliminary election results will put them back in control of the state House after a two-year stint in the minority. Listen now
If declared the winner, Kelly will begin his sixth term as a senator in January. Listen now
Independent candidate Don Etheridge conceded the race for Senate District Q to Democratic opponent Jesse Kiehl late Tuesday night.
Over half of the Tongass National Forest is federally protected from road construction. The so-called “Roadless Rule” has been in place since 2001, and the subject of nearly-continuous litigation since then. But now, the state has petitioned the Forest Service to craft an Alaska-specific rule that would make way for economic development in the Tongass.
The outcome of Sitka’s House District is in question following a technical failure with a key element of the voting machines. The error was widespread across Southeast. Listen now
The money is set for a design lab run in partnership with the Anchorage Museum that will focus on art, civic engagement, and solutions to climate change. Listen now
Dunleavy apparent victor in governor's race as Begich concedes; Young defeats Galvin in race for 24th term; Alaska Republicans say Tuesday’s results could give them state House, Senate control; Kelly leads Kawasaki in close Fairbanks Senate race; Southeast continues tradition of sending Democrats to Juneau; Alaska voters strike down ‘Stand for Salmon’ ballot initiative; Anchorage judge ousted after controversial recall effort; Bloomberg philanthropy gives $1M to Anchorage for new project; Problem ‘Ender Cards’ create election headache for Sitka House race Listen now
Alaska House members and senators are holding meetings this week to organize new caucuses leading each chamber. But it won’t necessarily be smooth sailing even if the Alaska Capitol ends up under one-party control, according to interviews with members.
In an interview Wednesday, Pebble CEO Tom Collier said even though his company’s mine proposal wasn’t always at the forefront of the debate, the salmon habitat initiative was, in some ways, all about Pebble.
Problems with voting machines in Southeast mean final election results for House districts 35 and 36 won’t be known for a while. Machines in Craig, Klawock, Thorne Bay, Sitka, Kake, Haines, Hydaburg and Metlakatla experienced issues.
The representative identified Wednesday as the next speaker of the Alaska House currently lacks the 21 votes needed to be elected to the job, according to an interview with one of his colleagues. Listen now
At its annual oil and gas lease sale, the Bureau of Land Management will offer 254 tracts for bid. Last year, the Trump administration put 900 tracts up for bid. Listen now