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, July 19, 2017 6:05pm
    Alaska's U.S. senators diverge on repeal, replace; Senator David Wilson files for lieutenant governor race; Safeway to pay feds $3M after Wasilla pharmacy lost thousands of pain pills; Stephen Wallace appointed as Bethel District Attorney; Fishermen on Yukon lose economic opportunity when buyer becomes overloaded, cancels opening; After eruption, scientists trying to figure out how Bogoslof area mammals' lives have changed; NTSB to conduct hearing in Alaska of fatal airplane crash; Alaska Airlines might reduce flights to Bethel this winter; North Pole Council urges water-system expansion to help Moose Creek deal with tainted groundwater; Why wildlife cops spent over a year investigating a hunting spree across Southeast; Middle school students prepare for lift off at UAA's Summer Rocketry Academy Listen now
  • Tuesday, July 18, 2017 6:06pm
    Repeal without replace? Murkowski tweets ‘no’; With budget, US House inches toward ANWR; Motor fuel tax stalls in a year of few bills; On-site consumption back on the table for Alaska pot businesses; Judge orders Anchorage to pay ex-cops $2.7M after verdict against city; Despite uncertainty, Sitka Hospital maps out a future; Big harvest and a buck a pound, Bristol Bay's 2017 should be huge; Pink salmon season forecast looks positive; Yukon kings arriving in early blast; Kuskokwim kings arriving in late trickle Listen now
  • Monday, July 17, 2017 6:08pm
    Walker seeks compromise from Legislature on capital budget; Special session ends with compromise on oil and gas tax credits; Dunleavy announces plans to run for governor in Alaska; BP leak investigation led to shutdown of 5 more wells; Levelock stabbing under investigation as a homicide; North Star Borough to close North Pole transfer site for cleanup, reopen with monitor; Kotzebue commercial fishers have two buyers in town this season; Ecosystem study unlocks the mystery of black cod survival; Hold your nets! Chilkat Inlet subsistence fishery delayed another week; Troopers shoot bear after it kills, eats a dog in a Sitka neighborhood; Anchorage pilot dies in plane crash near Yentna River; Healthy housing market shows Ketchikan’s resilience; ‘Nones’ in Juneau changing religious landscape Listen now
  • Friday, July 14, 2017 5:37pm
    With hedging statements, Alaska lawmakers say they’re close on oil and gas compromise; Moody's downgrades state's credit rating; Legislature’s capital budget impasse could delay Haines Highway project; Newly found disease could threaten Southeast Alaska spruce; Klukwan’s Hotch will attend National Medal awards ceremony in Washington, D.C.; Wrangell Borough, union reach amended contract agreement; Where are Koliganek's king salmon?; As low Nushagak River restricts barge travel, New Stuyahok limits heating fuel; AK: Mod Carousel brings boylesque world premiere to Juneau; 49 Voices: Doreen Cooper of Skagway Listen now
  • Thursday, July 13, 2017 6:03pm
    New health care bill has ‘caribou kickback’ for Alaska; No progress made on oil and gas tax credits as special session end looms; Fast times and fat wallets – how Alaska got its pipeline; Washington man admits he scammed millions out of Dillingham victims; Anchorage officials look into connections between drug addiction and property crime; Recalled Anchorage teacher relieved to be back in the classroom Listen now