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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  • Wednesday, April 25, 2018 6:08pm
    Legislative Council adopts new sexual harassment policy; Complaint alleged unwanted contact from Parish; Senate joins House in recognizing Alaska Native languages emergency; Alaska to house 6 new cutters, Coast Guard says; Response wraps up on Shuyak Island oil spill; Southcentral Alaska road construction ramping up for summer; Deadline for Teacher of the Year nominations at the end of the month; The climatology behind the Nenena Ice Classic; Ketchikan High Academic Decathlon team gets a hero’s welcome Listen now
  • Tuesday, April 24, 2018 5:58pm
    Juneau Rep. Parish won’t run for re-election; Legislature weighs permanent fund earnings draw as session nears end; Offshore lease schedule for Beaufort draws flak; Arc of Anchorage to pay $2.3M to settle allegations of false Medicaid claims; Strong winds batter Anchorage; Alaska State Legislature urges Congress to address state ivory bans; Hugh Neff banned from 2019 Yukon Quest due to poor dog care; As Mat-Su mulls budget, school funding off the table; Marijuana-regulating ordinance advocates flood Fairbanks city council hearing to urge passage; Klukwan, Takshanuk Watershed Council unite for baseline water quality testing; Virgin America merger with Alaska Air reaches logistical crescendo this week; Over a month of severe GCI outages causing headaches for city workers Listen now
  • Monday, April 23, 2018 6:07pm
    No oil companies oppose bonds for tax credits, commissioner says; Air Force to host meeting to unveil plan to provide potable water to Moose Creek; Fairbanks ranks highest nationwide for year-round particulate pollution; Undead Arctic microbes feel the heat, unleash disease; Haines Mining and Water Forum draws dozens, critics question objectivity; Study finds Mt. Hunter has been melting faster; Troopers intercept 56 grams of heroin in Togiak; Homer’s annual flood of tourists may be eroding its long-term rental market; Togiak herring fishing gets windy start; Kashega elder Eva Tcheripanoff dies at age 90 Listen now
  • Friday, April 20, 2018 5:46pm
    Israel pulls warplanes from Red Flag training exercises due to rising regional tensions; Cleanup continues for fuel spills in Savoonga and Nome; Mat-Su Borough Assembly approves Chijuk Creek timber contract; State renews Pebble land use permit; Fairbanks students need parents' permission to participate in walkout, district says; Washington State ferries to look harder at diesel to electric conversion; Alaska ferry officials consider fuel alternatives; AK: What’s the deal with Juneau’s barefoot guy?; 49 Voices: Victoria Petersen of Anchorage Listen now
  • Thursday, April 19, 2018 4:21pm
    Trump administration kicks off process for oil development in ANWR; USACE takes public comment in Dillingham on Pebble Project, format generates frustration; U.S. military brings free "Arctic Care" to Northwest Arctic communities; Alaska Senate joins House, calling for feds to respect state marijuana laws; Haines marijuana business inches closer to operating, brings together grandmother, millenials; Wrangell gets first pot dispensary; Pogo Mine officials "very excited" about two promising gold prospects under exploration; Renewable energy competition wants Alaskans to ‘fail fast’ to eventually find ‘gold’; Sealaska dividends boosted by other corporations’ oil and zinc earnings Listen now