In this newscast: Sen. Lisa Murkowski spotlights a new report on murdered and missing Alaska Native women, structural changes have pushed rates of military service among Alaska Natives down over time, and Gov.-elect Mike Dunleavy announces intentions to freeze regulations and his pick to lead the Department of Natural Resources.
In this newscast, how the Department of Transportation has had to alter its winter game plan to account for climate change, Fairbanks has hired two law firms in preparation to sue the manufacturers of chemical compounds that have contaminated city groundwater and Alaskan firefighting crews are going south to help fight California fires.
In this newscast: Fairweather gets reprieve in draft ferry schedule, a metals mine near Haines could eliminate some red tape by partnering with the Alaska Mental Health Trust, Alaskans are being tapped for California wildfire response, October in Utqiaġvik and Gov.-elect Dunleavy to be sworn in in Noorvik
In this newscast: Dunleavy taps Sean Parnell for gas line advice, feds sue to recover cost of MV Challenger cleanup, fall whaling wraps up in Utqiaġvik and offshore oil development case heard in U.S. District Court
In this newscast, what happened to the hourly clock chimes in downtown Juneau? After Election Day malfunction, House District 35 returns are finally in. And the Trump administration is offering substantially less land for oil leasing in NPR-A than it did last year.
In this newscast, Sara Hannan takes House District 33 over Chris Dimond, Begich concedes, Dunleavy elected next governor of Alaska, plus Alaska Republicans say Tuesday’s results could give them state House, Senate control
In this newscast, Juneau legislative candidates answer a voter forum question. And, while enrollment has declined across the University of Alaska system the last few years, it's increased for some programs at the Southeast campus.
Another company has taken a big step toward being the first to produce oil from federal Arctic waters Alaska Native tribes join federal lawsuit linked to the opioid crisis A teen explores mental health in Petersburg
In this newscast: Juneau's addiction treatment community reacts to a new medication-assisted treatment clinic, a judge has dismissed the Fairbanks Four's lawsuit against the city of Fairbanks, a rancher in Kodiak says he's lost more than 30 cows to bears this year, and the United Tribes of Bristol Bay announces its political endorsements.
In this newscast: Gov. Bill Walker announces he's suspending his re-election campaign and backing Democrat Mark Begich, a recap of the second day of the Alaska Federation of Natives Convention, and an audio postcard from Sitka's Alaska Day events.
In this newscast: An invasive species never before observed in Alaska has been found in Ketchikan, Democratic candidate for governor Mark Begich says he was surprised by Byron Mallot's resignation, local artist Daniel Firmin performs his song "Call Me What You Want" for the Red Carpet Concert Celebration sessions, and a group started in Haines is asking Alaskan candidates to challenge corporate personhood.
In this newscast: Byron Mallot resigned as Lt. Governor Tuesday and will no longer be a part of the Walker/Mallot ticket, new Mayor Beth Weldon and three new Juneau Assembly members officially took their seats Tuesday, the state Alcohol Beverage Control Board has denied an application to begin selling beer and wine at Eaglecrest and some Sealaska shareholders condemn their corporation’s Walker-Mallott endorsement.
In this newscast: Outgoing Mayor Koelsch looks back on an unusual tenure, Lily Hope reads "One Square Inch in Chilkat Weaving" from KTOO's Red Carpet Celebration Session, investigators close case in fatal Admiralty Island plane crash mystery and as sea ice melts, some say walruses need better protection