907 Updates April 09, 2019

By Daniella Rivera: UAA police: Former professor accused of sexual misconduct banned from university property, events
By Chris Klint: Human Rights Commission director resigns after suspension over bumper sticker
By Rebecca Palsha: ‘I would expect that property taxes would definitely have to rise’—Lawmakers debate plan to end school bond debt reimbursement
By Sean Maguire: Governor says ‘no deal’ without crime bills, constitutional amendments
KTOO Public Media: Folk Fest Live Stream Watch the live web stream at KTOO.org/FolkFest or listen on KRNN (102.7 FM); House Finance budget includes cuts, but less than the governor’s; Alaska’s rural schools could get a boost in internet speed; What happened to Kachemak Bay shellfish? And more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Donlin Promises Economic Development If Mine Goes Through and more ->
Alaska Native News: Alaska Shield 2019 To Be Held April 10-13; Troopers, Chevak Village Police, Community Search for Missing 35-Year-Old Woman and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Wainwright leadership gives panel interview on soldier suicides; Fairbanks City Council postpones decision on marijuana on-site consumption; UA Board of Regents votes 6-5 ends UAA education program and more ->
By Caleb Vierkant: Women Pioneers of Alaska helping the elderly, preserving history
By Beth Verge: APD upgrades cellular emergency communications equipment


By Lauren Maxwell: DOTPF expanding ‘lighting curfew’ program beyond Minnesota Drive
By John Thompson: Head of the Class: Polaris’ Mike McGee sets students up for bright future
By Heather Hintze: Talkeetna business taps earliest birch sap in 30-year history
By: Mark Edwards – EVP, Chief Credit Officer & Bank Economist: Alaska Economic Update part 2