907 Updates January 18, 2020

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: South Anchorage shooting leaves man badly injured; New owners will soon take over small Alaska newspaper and more ->
KTUU: University of Alaska Board of Regents raises tuition by 5%; Rural Cap program puts elders in the classroom; 2020 Census kicks off in Alaska where Toksook Bay residents will be first to be counted and more ->

KTOO Public Media: The state of Alaska sued itself. Was it worth it?; Juneau’s leaders discuss priorities heading into new legislative session; The prospect of a $12B natural gas terminal in Southeast Alaska draws skepticism and more ->

KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Slideshow: Start Of The K300 And Bogus Creek 150; Twelve Teams To Compete In 2020 Akiak Dash; For One Vet, Good Dog Health Is The Key To A Good Race; A Conversation With Akiak Dash Race Marshal Bill Eggimann and more ->
AAlaska Native News: Denali Park Road Failings and Other Stories and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Police release additional information in homicide of Fairbanks woman; Public testimony spurs postponed vote on Fairbanks Capital Improvement Projects; Bureau proposes change affecting Alaska tribal recognition; UAF Group Meets to Discuss Local Activism and more ->
The Arctic Sounder: 2019 warmest year on record for Alaska; Nuiqsut loses case for stricter oil, gas reviews; Alaska Science Forum: Northern news from a massive conference and more ->
Alaska Landmine: Campbell Lake public access easements have been surveyed and marked!
The 3D drone video will be completed soon. An unidentified person called the FAA impersonating the survey company and things got pretty loose.

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