Senate majority not pleased with prospect of income tax as public testimony begins

Senate majority not pleased with prospect of income tax as public testimony begins Senate President Pete Kelly, R-Fairbanks, talks to

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, April 25, 2017 Stories are posted on the APRN news page. You can subscribe to APRN’s

Bill requiring nonresident caribou hunters to have guides meets opposition

Bill requiring nonresident caribou hunters to have guides meets opposition Rep. Dean Westlake, D-Kotzebue, speaks during a House Floor Session

Durham, @NanooksMBB Sign Pair of Guards for 2017-18

Durham, @NanooksMBB Sign Pair of Guards for 2017-18 Story Links FAIRBANKS, Alaska – On Tuesday, Alaska Nanooks men’s basketball head

‘It’s really sad’: Juneau kids sorry to see playground burn

‘It’s really sad’: Juneau kids sorry to see playground burn Firefighters at Project Playground at Twin Lakes on Monday, April

APD chief announces departure and his replacement

APD chief announces departure and his replacement Chief Chris Tolley, speaking from the podium, announces news of his departure at

House, Senate wait for other to act on conference committees

House, Senate wait for other to act on conference committees Rep. Mike Chenault, R- Nikiski, talks to reporters April 13

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, April 24, 2017

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UAA starting surgical technology program in response to industry need

UAA starting surgical technology program in response to industry need The Health Sciences Building on the campus of the University

Project Citizens program puts middle-schoolers in charge of civics projects

Project Citizens program puts middle-schoolers in charge of civics projects Gruening Middle School students Allison Hiseley and Abby Buchanan with

@AlaskaNanooks Weekly Athletics

@AlaskaNanooks Weekly Athletics Story Links 2017 Alaska Nanooks Scholarship Auction & Riverboat CruiseSave the date! The Alaska Nanooks are hosting

Two thousand people March for Science in Anchorage

Two thousand people March for Science in Anchorage Participants at the March for Science in Anchorage on April 22, 2017

Author tackles conservation and climate change in new book

Author tackles conservation and climate change in new book (Amazon stock photo) In a new memoir, Alaskan author Kate Troll

Traveling Music 4-30-17

Traveling Music 4-30-17 Traveling Music Shonti Elder 4-30-17 Upcoming Concerts: Dougie MacLean:  Saturday May 13, 7:30 PM, Vagabond Blues, Palmer

49 Voices: Xavior Love of Anchorage

49 Voices: Xavior Love of Anchorage Xavior Love of Anchorage (Photo by Wesley Early, Alaska Public Media – Anchorage) This

Fairbanks' McCullough Signs with @NanooksMBB

Fairbanks' McCullough Signs with @NanooksMBB Story Links FAIRBANKS, Alaska – On Friday, Alaska Nanooks men’s basketball head coach Mick Durham

Wind-farm developer assails GVEA’s refusal to buy more power

Wind-farm developer assails GVEA’s refusal to buy more power Alaska Environmental Power’s wind farm near Delta Junction produces about 2

Gambell sees second whaling of the year

Gambell sees second whaling of the year Families and community members on St. Lawrence Island will be eating Bowhead whale

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, April 20, 2017

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Juneau boundary expansion could threaten subsistence living in Angoon

Juneau boundary expansion could threaten subsistence living in Angoon The small village of Angoon is the home to about 400

Fairbanks school name voted out

Fairbanks school name voted out Badger Road SchoolCREDIT: BADGER ROAD ELEMENTARY PTA The Badger Road Elementary school in North Pole

Anchorage assembly says goodbyes and hellos to members

Anchorage assembly says goodbyes and hellos to members Bill Evans gives a farewell handshake to Forrest Dunbar during his final

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