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, June 22, 2018 5:42pm
    Anchorage police arrest dozens in 'Operation Midnight Sun'; State is one step closer to getting a gas pipeline, but not the Walker administration wants; Search still on for bear that killed one, mauled another in Eagle River; Power lunch: US senators transfixed by Bear Cam; Whale collides with ferry Tustumena; Holland America cruise in Alaska hit by norovirus; A series of recent deaths puts an entire village behind on subsistence fishing; Searching for closure on Colony Glacier; AK: Bristol Bay fishing captains 'speed hire' to find their perfect match; 49 Voices: Nicolai Alokli of Kodiak Listen now
  • Thursday, June 21, 2018 6:17pm
    What they mean when they say 'immigration problem'; In Alaska, family separations evoke past trauma; Fansler sentenced to year of probation, alcohol treatment and community service; State receives $56 million in federal relief for 2016 pink salmon season disaster; Farm bill with large changes to food stamps narrowly passes the US House; Crews tackle small wildfire in Ketchikan; Southcentral king salmon sport fishing closures continue; Climate change may have sparked human migration into Interior Alaska, UAF study finds; Spike in shipping costs has Southeast businesses up in arms; Kake to reuse historic cannery for tourism; At the top of the world, an international field school for research students Listen now
  • Wednesday, June 20, 2018 5:49pm
    One dead, another injured, after Eagle River brown bear attacks; Alaska delegation mulls Trump order keeping children detained with parents; Sitka salmon fleet to Governor Walker: “Don’t sign a bad treaty”; Two coal-seam fires merge to form rapidly-growing wildfire near Healy; State: Permafrost melt from Arctic broadband projects violated permits; Amid criticism of homeless camps, Anchorage officials weigh aggressive policy change; EPA rollbacks of cleanup regulations for mining companies draw ire of environmental groups; University of Alaska moves forward with Chilkat Valley timber sale Listen now
  • Tuesday, June 19, 2018 6:29pm
    Alaska senators veer apart on family separations; Accused of 2016 murders, Palmer man faces possible death sentence; Walker asks Trump administration to protect those with pre-existing conditions; ASMI says Chinese tariff increase will not apply to secondary processing; New Alaska regs requires oil and gas wells anchor below permafrost; AEL&P to share the wealth from corporate tax cut; Palin's son moves to court program after assaulting father; Bolger picked to be new Alaska Supreme Court chief justice; Kalskag negotiating new subsistence fishing regulations with Kuskokwim fishery managers; Campbell Creek Science Center offers reward for information on stolen mammoth tusk; Tour guides, bear hunters seek solutions after tourists witness a hunt in the Tongass Listen now
  • Monday, June 18, 2018 6:14pm
    Murkowski zeroes in on Trump admin to stop splitting families at border; Murkowski, Young respond to Chinese tariff on American seafood imports; Supreme Court agrees to hear Alaska Hovercraft case again; Larsen Bay mayor worries aging water infrastructure could collapse; EPA, Corps agree to new wetland mitigation guidelines; Pogo officials consider extending life of gold mine if exploration shows promising deposits; NN Cannery History Project collects stories of former cannery workers; Alaska’s northernmost town still in transition 1 1/2 years after official name change; Can a liquor store help a community solve alcohol-related problems? Listen now