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- 11/15/18--18:55: _Alaska News Nightly...
- 11/15/18--19:03: _With election of Du...
- 11/15/18--19:11: _Shrugging off lawsu...
- 11/15/18--19:15: _Effect of Dunleavy’...
- 11/16/18--11:29: _A changing military...
- 11/16/18--14:46: _Appeals court uphol...
- 11/16/18--14:49: _Reconnecting with r...
- 11/16/18--16:46: _Southcentral Alaska...
- 11/16/18--18:04: _Murkowski won’t blo...
- 11/16/18--18:16: _Alaska Municipal Le...
- 11/16/18--18:26: _Dunleavy’s win leav...
- 11/16/18--18:48: _Dunleavy asks for r...
- 11/16/18--18:55: _Dunleavy inaugural ...
- 11/16/18--19:20: _Ice picks prick thr...
- 11/19/18--09:52: _New, all-Republican...
- 11/19/18--09:55: _Regional manager ap...
- 11/19/18--09:57: _ADF&G predicts weak...
- 11/19/18--10:15: _Alaska News Nightly...
- 11/19/18--10:29: _Outgoing Lt. Gov. D...
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- 11/15/18--18:55: Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, Nov. 15, 2018
- 11/15/18--19:03: With election of Dunleavy, is climate action team out in the cold?
- 11/15/18--19:15: Effect of Dunleavy’s proposed freeze on new state rules is unclear
- 11/16/18--11:29: A changing military brings fewer Alaska Natives into the force
- 11/16/18--14:49: Reconnecting with roots at Alaska Native languages summit
- 11/16/18--18:04: Murkowski won’t block judges to get Mueller protection bill
- 11/16/18--18:26: Dunleavy’s win leaves a lot of uncertainty for rural education
- 11/16/18--18:48: Dunleavy asks for resignations from broadened group of state workers
- 11/16/18--18:55: Dunleavy inaugural celebration schedule announced
- 11/16/18--19:20: Ice picks prick through new ice on Lower Kuskokwim River
- 11/19/18--09:52: New, all-Republican Senate majority forms
- 11/19/18--09:57: ADF&G predicts weak pink salmon harvest in 2019
- 11/19/18--10:15: Alaska News Nightly: Friday, Nov. 16, 2018
- 11/19/18--10:29: Outgoing Lt. Gov. Davidson considers political future in Alaska
Civil suit filed in controversial Anchorage assault case; Shrugging off lawsuit, Trump administration forges ahead with offshore Arctic drilling proposal; Dunleavy seeks regulation freeze; Coast Guard bill would end EPA permit mandate for fishing boats; Juneau seasonal cold weather emergency shelter begins operations Thursday; With election of Dunleavy, is climate action team out in the cold?; Anchorage teachers, school district reach contract agreement; The only thing people in Crooked Creek agree on about the Donlin Mine is that it’s coming; It was quite a week for Marko Cheseto, who became a marathoner and an American in a 3-day span
In September, a group of Alaskans handed Governor Bill Walker a 37-page playbook of policy ideas for climate change. Their plan now hangs in limbo.
If the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management is going to hold an oil lease sale in the Beaufort Sea in 2019, the environmental review process needs to start now.
Dunleavy’s pick to become commissioner of the Department of Natural Resources, Corri Feige, said close examination of regulations that affect developing natural resources is important.
Changes in military structure, in particular the National Guard, have diminished the rate of service among Alaska Natives below past highs.
The Alaska Court of Appeals affirmed a superior court ruling Friday and will not test DNA evidence in a 36-year-old double murder case in Juneau. Newton Lambert was convicted of the murder of Anne Benolken in 1982 but acquitted in the killing of her husband, James Benolken.
The three-day language summit brought together nearly 80 speakers of the Tlingit, Haida and Tsimshian languages: Lingít, X̱aad Kíl and Sm’algyax.
Spruce beetles damaged nearly 600,000 acres of forest in 2018, and the damage continues to grow.
Sen. Jeff Flake says he'll vote against all judicial nominees unless the Mueller protection bill is brought to the floor for a vote. He needs one more Republican to join him. Murkowski says it won't be her.
The Alaska Housing Finance Corporation is working with statewide partners to hire a rural homelessness coordinator.
A former rural educator is about to become Alaska’s next governor. How the Dunleavy administration addresses public education policy is a big question looming over rural schools across the state.
In a press release Friday afternoon, the Dunleavy transition team wrote that the governor-elect wants to broaden the scope of which employees will be asked to offer leaving their jobs.
Inaugural celebration co-chair Cynthia Henry says Dunleavy is “more Carhartt than tuxedo.”
During freeze-up, travelers are often advised to wear life jackets or float coats when crossing the river and sloughs in case they break through the ice.
Anchorage Sen. Cathy Giessel will be the Senate president when the 31st Legislature is sworn in on Jan. 15.
Tamika Ledbetter currently manages the Anchorage/Mat-Su Economic Region for the department
If the forecast is accurate, 2019 would be the lowest odd-year pink harvest since 1987.
Ongoing vote counting flips tight Fairbanks legislative races; Dunleavy inaugural celebration schedule announced; Murkowski won’t block judges to get Mueller protection bill; Heroin disguised as Christmas package seized in Anchorage; Chukchi Sea polar bears thriving, study shows; Municipalities share state funding concerns; Lt. Gov. returns to Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta; ADF&G forecasts a ‘return to normal’ for Bristol Bay sockeye in 2019; State taps Portugal. The Man, other local bands for new hold music
Lt. Gov. Valerie Narr’araaluk Davidson took her first trip back to the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta earlier this week, visiting Yup’ik immersion school Ayaprun Elitnaurviat, Gladys Jung Elementary and technical training school Yuut Elitnaurviat.
Five songs by Alaska artists will now cycle through the state's hold music, thanks to a new effort called the Alaska Music On Hold Project.