907 Updates February 05, 2019

By Chris Klint: Woman found dead in Cordova Street homicide
Anyone with information or surveillance video from the area is asked to call APD at 911, or contact Anchorage Crime Stoppers anonymously at 907-561-STOP or through its website.
By Joe Vigil: Alaskans weigh self-defense options amid rising crime rates
“Somebody will get shot in the arm and they’ll give up. Win. There’s no need to continue filling this person with bullets. They’re done. It’s over. So are we,” he said. “So the goal is not to kill. The goal is to stop the threat. If death is a byproduct of that so be it.”
By Chris Klint: Board of Education OKs plan to address UAA accreditation issues
By Elizabeth Rothman: Murkowski reintroduces bill expanding funding to tribal language programs
By Lauren Maxwell: APU offers new degrees in health care
KTOO Public Media: Inspectors fault practices at Alaska Psychiatric Institute; Maw’s dividend fraud, theft trial delayed again as judge considers indictments; Southeast students explore careers to meet Alaska’s behavioral health needs; Interior Dept. kicks off new round of meetings on drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Teenager Arrested For Allegedly Attempting To Hijack Yute Commuter Service Plane; Amazon Refunds Local Sales Taxes To Non-Profits and more ->
Alaska Native News: Fairbanks Rejects BLM’s Attempts to Stifle Public Participation in Arctic Refuge Hearings; Kodiak Man Sentenced to Seven Years for Felon Firearm Possession while Drug Trafficking and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: State House deadlock continues, 20-20 vote for Talerico as speaker; Guardian Flight resumes service after missing plane; Fairbanks City Council holds second set of workshops on equal rights law and more ->