907 Updates January 24, 2020

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: How to stay connected to lawmakers and issues during legislative session; Anchorage high school ‘choose to include’ mission gets national attention; New service dog provides therapy for elementary school students with special needs; Mighty4 Alaska celebrates 2nd anniversary of inspiring youth through hip-hop and more ->
KTUU: The man accused of killing Ashley Johnson-Barr is expected back in court; Acting director of AMCO looks to reshape the regulatory process with two separate boards; Alaska cruise ship dock permit issued; construction to begin and more ->
KTOO Public Media: Haines Borough convenes task force to deal with roaming, dumpster-flipping bears; Alaska’s top court questions restrictions on ANCSA shareholder speech; Coast Guard tracks emergency beacon to partially submerged boat in Harris Harbor; Coast Guard notes VHF emergency radio dead zones in coastal Alaska and more ->
Alaska Native News: Palmer man Dies in Officer-Involved-Shooting following Disturbance/Car Chase; Cloyd Lacap Indicted for Using Craigslist to Set up Armed Robberies; Escort Robber Christian Young Found Guilty on Wednesday and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Alaska pot shops to be among 1st in US to allow consumption; Official: Alaska dropping out-of-state inmate housing idea; Fort Wainwright police practice emergency driving in winter conditions and more ->
The Arctic Sounder: Candlelight vigils honor life of Kristen Huntington and more ->

Suzanne Downing, Must Read Alaska: Pat Pitney, Walker budget director, hired by legislature and more ->
Craig Medred: ‘Seward’s Folly’ redux