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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  • Monday, April 24, 2017 5:46pm
    APD chief announces departure and his replacement; Legislature stuck in a stalemate as conference committees remain short on members; Two Washington climbers first to conquer Denali this year; Number of deadly strep cases down in Alaska, but health officials still on watch; State funding cuts to University of Alaska could deeply impact rural campuses; Two thousand people March for Science in Anchorage; UAA starting surgical technology program in response to industry need; User fees to be added to over a dozen Interior State Park facilities; Preseason Yukon king salmon projections slightly up from last year; Ask a Climatologist: Reflecting on an unexpectedly decent winter Listen now
  • Friday, April 21, 2017 5:08pm
    Tugboat carrying over 300 lbs of oil sinks in Sitka; Air pollution violations will cost seafood processing plant $3.2 million; Four men sentenced over 500 hours community service for 2015 walrus killings; Billions in maintenance fees loom as legislature continues to debate budget; Russian planes detected off Alaska 4 times this week; 1,900-acre fire spreads across Northwest Alaska; New study looks at relocating communities affected by climate change; Author tackles conservation and climate change in new book; March for Science to commence this weekend in Anchorage; AK: How to be an Alaskan Ninja Warrior; 49 Voices: Xavior Love of Anchorage Listen now
  • Thursday, April 20, 2017 5:51pm
    Trial opens for couple accused of starting '15 Willow wildfire; BP leak successfully plugged; Oil and gas industry defends Hilcorp's safety record; Gambell sees second whaling of the year; Juneau boundary expansion could threaten subsistence living in Angoon; YK villages serve as models for renewable energy; Wind-farm developer assails GVEA’s refusal to buy more power; Cause of death and suspect info released for April 4th Fairbanks murder; Cold weather slows winter break up; Project Citizen brings civics to Gruening classroom Listen now
  • Wednesday, April 19, 2017 7:08pm
    F-22s intercept Russian bombers outside Alaska…again; All smiles for Rep. Young in Eagle River; Murkowski meets with students, seniors but no town hall; DOC offers new way to treat opioid addictions; Senate passes survivors’ benefits bill, allowing municipalities to opt out; New assistant district attorney taking the reins at Dillingham office; Alaska pretrial services might see change; Fairbanks school name voted out; Anchorage assembly says goodbye to some members; Statewide Trails Conference focuses on sustainable trails
  • Tuesday, April 18, 2017 5:51pm
    F-22s intercept Russian bombers outside Alaska for first time since 2015; Walker invites sharply divided legislative leaders to talk; They’re holding a town hall, with or without delegation; Unnecessary sedation at center of dentist's fraud charges; Juneau Soccer Club defrauded in online scam; Fairbanks police bring in suspects for burglary, robbery, kidnapping and assault; Slow Fairbanks snowmelt slows Canada Geese migration; Villages conduct massive scrap metal and hazardous waste removal; Unalaskans suspect Coast Guard crew of tagging WWII bunker; U.S. Coast Guard commissions fast response cutter in Ketchikan Listen now