907 Updates December 19, 2019

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: EasyPark will lock stairwells to keep people from sleeping in them; Alaska woman documents 4,000 mile trek to the Arctic; Inside the Gates: Alaska National Guard wants more rural hubs; Mat-Su Assembly approves repair and replace design for Houston Middle and more ->
KTUU: APD: Young girl dies after being found not breathing, death considered suspicious; Donate to the DMV? Alaskans respond to commissioner’s request; NTSB Report: Cause of 2018 Denali Park crash to remain unknown; Contractor charged for defrauding VA in snow-removal business and more ->
KTOO Public Media: About half of BP’s Alaska employees have accepted a job with Hilcorp; Former adviser to Gov. Bill Walker buys Cook Inlet gas producer for $15 million; Wrangell’s Fish and Game office due to close under governor’s budget proposal; Ocean Beauty accepts offer on seafood plant for sale in Petersburg and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: BNC Gives Out Annual December Distribution and more ->
Alaska Native News: Moose Creek Teen Struck and Killed in Fairbanks Vehicle/Pedestrian Collision; Fairbanks Woman Charged for Firearm Offenses and Attempted Credit Union Robbery; Tyonek Man with Warrants Attempts to Barricade against Troopers, is Tazed and Taken into Custody; Troopers Arrest Two for Tongass Federal Credit Union Microsite Burglary in Hydaburg and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Fairbanks doctor advises on how to prepare for unexpected cold weather situations; Santa brings military dad home one week before Christmas; The Denali Park Road may be closed for 2020 season and more ->
Rasmuson Foundation: Applications now open for Individual Artist Awards New this year: Groups and collaboratives can apply
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