Alaska News Nightly

Weekdays from 6 - 6:30 pm

Alaska News Nightly is 30 minutes of news from around the state of Alaska, brought to you from the studios of APRN.

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  • Friday, November 17, 2017 5:44pm
    New pipeline partnership with China still a mystery; First in decades, Anchorage mumps outbreak triples in size; Alaskan powerlifter Natalie Hanson breaks world record, squatting 3.2 times her body weight; Elephant trophies? Young says yes; Forty Mile caribou hunt to open early; ADN will once again mean Anchorage Daily News; AK: "Kicking the sky with your feet," four teams compete in Bethel's NYO Invitational; 49 Voices: John Active of Bethel Listen now
  • Thursday, November 16, 2017 6:05pm
    House passes tax plan, the bill Young says will open ANWR; ACLU says judges would invalidate crime law provision, but prosecutors see a solution; East Anchorage officer-involved shooting leaves one dead; UAA goes solar, panel by panel; Tracing social unrest in ancient Egypt to a volcanic eruption in Alaska; Kodiak’s commercial kelp harvest begins inside a seaweed nursery; Bingo hall theft: Man in Halloween mask grabbed money and ran; Interior Gas Utility sets public meetings to explain proposed purchase of Pentex Assets Listen now
  • Wednesday, November 15, 2017 6:00pm
    Democrats fail to stop refuge drilling plan; Despite technical and economic hurdles, Conoco’s newest development starts producing oil; Senators heard about permanent fund problems before leaving; Bristol Bay Native Corp. against Stand for Salmon initiative; Haines residents, representatives push back on local government drone use; Police hope to launch drones over Anchorage — with limits; Two more acres of land protected at Potter Marsh wildlife refuge; Former state trooper dies in Alaska prison; Alaska Airlines to discontinue flights to Cuba; Kusko Liquor awarded Bethel liquor license Listen now
  • Tuesday, November 14, 2017 6:09pm
    Alaskan officials eager to open ANWR, even if promised more; Trump's pick for Chemical Safety and Pollution Prevention deemed problematic by Anchorage nonprofit; Kodiak City Council raises sales tax cap by 300 percent; Victim of Delta Junction car accident identified; In Kongiganak, a groundbreaking microgrid cuts heating costs in half; Trump administration proposes $2.1 billion expansion of Fort Greely missile-defense base; Study: Erosion caused by spawning salmon could make mountains significantly shorter; State publishes new land use plan for proposed 855-acre timber sale near Haines Listen now
  • Monday, November 13, 2017 5:39pm
    Legislature’s chambers part ways as special session fizzles out; UA regents approve operating budget; One dead in fatal Delta Junction road incident; Power returns to Newtok after 3-day blackout; A potential neighbor to the Pebble Mine sees both sides; State challenges national forest roadless rule again; Kloosterboer fined $10,000 for late reporting of ammonia leak; Northwest has new regional HUD boss; Bureau of Land Management looks into environmental impact of Iditarod; Alaska game board to decide legality of hedgehog-like pet; UAF hold seminars on permafrost's effect on buildings Listen now