907 Updates December 11, 2019

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Anchorage Police Department to unblock 26 Twitter users; Alaska Native communities win $16 million in housing grants; Alaska Native groups say Trump task force lacks tribal representation; Alaska governor halts assistance cuts for disabled, elderly; Anchorage Assembly OKs pot shop to open near downtown church; When is a good time to start taking your kids to the dentist? More ->
KTUU: Man accused of killing his wife and 13-year-old daughter indicted; Over $133,000 worth of Alcohol and 144 grams of illegal drugs were seized at FIA; AWWU hops on board with SWS ‘Waste to Energy’ incinerator proposal; Number of female farmers increasing in Alaska; The VolunTEEN program, open book on how to give back; Alaska on track for its warmest year and more ->
KTOO Public Media: Experts describe potential benefits from state-tribal education compacts; No politics: Just cookies, fudge and photos at traditional open house and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Calista Prepares For Elder Benefit Distribution and more ->
Alaska Native News: 18-Year-Old Tuluksak Teen Dies after Drinking, Investigation Continues; Deep Trouble for Arctic and Beyond: NOAA Climate Report Warns of Feedback Loop That ‘May Already Be Underway’; UAS Student Northwest Coast Artwork featured in Successful Showcase and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Seismologists stress importance of monitoring small earthquakes; Maine and Alaska insurance companies bring ‘bait and switch’ complaint to Supreme Court Justices; Puppies help Fairbanks college students get through final exams and more ->
Suzanne Downing Must Read Alaska: OPEN HOUSE AT THE GOVERNOR’S HOUSE and more ->
Alaska Children’s Trust: Nominate a Champion for Kids
Dear Friends and Partners,

Do you know someone in Southeast Alaska who has demonstrated a dedication and commitment in working towards preventing child abuse and neglect? Each year Alaska Children’s Trust recognizes and presents an award to an individual(s) who has demonstrated this commitment, and we need your help to identify and nominate the next Southeast Champion for Kids. Applications are due by Friday, December 20, 2019.