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For more than four decades, Alaska News Nightly has brought you award-winning statewide news. From Dutch Harbor to Prudhoe Bay, from Metlakatla to Kaktovik, Alaska News Nightly covers every corner of Alaska.

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Anchorage, AK

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For more than four decades, Alaska News Nightly has brought you award-winning statewide news. From Dutch Harbor to Prudhoe Bay, from Metlakatla to Kaktovik, Alaska News Nightly covers every corner of Alaska.

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English

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Alaska Public Telecommunications, Inc 3877 University Dr Anchorage AK 99508-4676 907-550-8444


Episodes
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Alaska News Nightly: Friday, July 12, 2024

7/12/2024
A judge sentences Brian Smith to 226 years behind bars for murdering two Alaska Native women. Also, an advocacy group in Anchorage calls for a new police review board. And there's been another sighting in Fairbanks of a mass of gnat larvae that looks like a snake.

Duration:00:26:35

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Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, July 11, 2024

7/11/2024
King Cove residents contemplate an uncertain future after the town's fish processing plant shuts down. Plus, Kuskokwim River groups say trawlers are damaging their fisheries and call on federal officials to take action. And, mountain bikers enjoy the opening of new singletrack trails in Anchorage.

Duration:00:26:24

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Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, July 10, 2024

7/10/2024
A study shows Juneau's single-family homes are the most expensive in the state. Plus, federal investigators are looking at the flight path of a plane that crashed last month. And, Nome residents remember a former mayor with a headstone in his honor.

Duration:00:26:20

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Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, July 9, 2024

7/9/2024
Alaska U.S. Senators condemn resigned Judge Joshua Kindred's behavior. Plus, an Anchorage jobs report says employers are looking for more skilled trade workers. And, a program in Kotzebue teaches people how to find and identify edible plants around them.

Duration:00:26:23

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Alaska News Nightly: Monday, July 8, 2024

7/8/2024
The ACLU says the corrections department is restricting inmates' access to private conversations with attorneys. Plus, the state's largest newspaper will reduce its printing schedule to two days a week. And, archaeologists find ancient bones from dogs and fish at a site near Delta Junction.

Duration:00:26:22

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Alaska News Nightly: Friday, July 5, 2024

7/5/2024
A recent U.S. Supreme Court decision will likely have major impacts for Alaska. Plus, Southeast tribes argue they deserve a say when Canadian mines impact Alaska's fisheries. Plus, an Anchorage break dancer hopes the Olympics will boost its popularity in Alaska.

Duration:00:26:28

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Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, July 3, 2024

7/3/2024
New leadership is coming to the Alaska Federation of Natives. Plus, a Palmer mom loses thousands to phone scammers impersonating local police. And, king salmon caught by test fishing boats go to local elders in Dillingham.

Duration:00:26:17

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Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, July 2, 2024

7/2/2024
A state Supreme Court ruling is likely not the end of the line for litigation on home school allotments. Plus, Denali Park remains closed, despite progress on a fire near its entrance. And, a grocery store employee in Kenai celebrates 50 years on the job.

Duration:00:26:30

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Alaska News Nightly: Monday, July 1, 2024

7/1/2024
A wildfire closes most of Denali National Park and Preserve during the busiest tourism week of the year. Plus, amid the Cook Inlet gas shortage, many Alaskans turn to solar energy. And, the Army Corps of Engineers studies permafrost from a tunnel near Fairbanks.

Duration:00:26:28

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Alaska News Nightly: Friday, June 28, 2024

6/28/2024
The state's industrial development agency pushes back after President Biden blocks the Ambler Road. Plus, the federal food stamp program fines Alaska millions of dollars for payment errors. And, Anchorage's outgoing budget director sounds the alarm on the city's accounting issues.

Duration:00:26:29

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Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, June 27, 2024

6/27/2024
The debate over correspondence school allotments paid to private schools lands in the state Supreme Court. Plus, some Interior residents are told to evacuate their homes due to wildfire danger. And, an artist's photos from a now uninhabited Bering Sea island reemerge after 70 years.

Duration:00:26:24

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Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, June 26, 2024

6/26/2024
Chugach Alaska Corporation says a proposed land exchange in Prince William Sound would right an old wrong. Plus, Gov. Mike Dunleavy talks energy policy in Fairbanks. And, Kodiak welcomes drag performers as part of their Pride month celebration.

Duration:00:26:33

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Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, June 25, 2024

6/25/2024
Hot, dry weather leads to more wildfires and a dense smoke advisory in the Interior. Plus, Anchorage's next mayor changes course and taps a homegrown cop to be the city's police chief. And, an Anchorage swimmer becomes the first Alaskan to complete the triple crown of open-water swimming.

Duration:00:26:34

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Alaska News Nightly: Monday, June 24, 2024

6/24/2024
Proponents of ranked-choice voting defend the measure in court. Plus, lightning and hot temperatures increase wildfire activity across the state. And, baseball Hall of Famer Dave Winfield is honored with a statue in Fairbanks.

Duration:00:26:22

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Alaska News Nightly: Friday, June 21, 2024

6/21/2024
Southwest tribes continue their fight against the Donlin gold mine, while supporters express confidence in the project. Plus, for the third time, a group of Sitkans is aiming to limit cruise ship tourism. And, maintenance crews deal with the impact of major weather events on Southeast hiking trails.

Duration:00:26:30

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Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, June 20, 2024

6/20/2024
A high-ranking military officer was one of the two men killed in a Tuesday plane crash on the Kenai Peninsula. Plus, Angoon prepares to launch a hydro-electric project 40 years in the making. And, harvest projections are looking good for the chum fishery in Kotzebue Sound.

Duration:00:26:28

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Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, June 19, 2024

6/19/2024
Alaskans' fishy diet means higher standards for wastewater from the EPA. Plus, two men are presumed dead after their plane crashed into a lake on the Kenai Peninsula yesterday. And, the animal shelter in Juneau is overrun with sick kittens.

Duration:00:26:37

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Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, June 18, 2024

6/18/2024
Firefighters manage a wildfire burning in the Interior. Plus, a string of recent workplace deaths on the North Slope leads to questions. And, a master craftsman travels to Sitka to help repair a 125-year-old church.

Duration:00:26:28

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Alaska News Nightly: Monday, June 17, 2024

6/17/2024
A new group forms to support Congresswoman Mary Peltola's reelection bid as Trump endorses one of her challengers. Plus, federal funding will help Southeast residents heat their homes with energy-efficient heat pumps. And, Japanese climbers notch an impressive first on Denali after their gear was stolen.

Duration:00:26:21

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Alaska News Nightly: Friday, June 14, 2024

6/14/2024
Trawlers say they're fishing legally, despite concerns from nearby residents. Plus, just one company bids for Cook Inlet oil and gas leases. And, a new book about legendary snowboarder Craig Kelly looks at his life and death.

Duration:00:26:20