907 Updates January 25, 2020

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Unusual behavior: Reports of lynx aggressively approaching dogs in South Anchorage; Inside the Gates: Heroes come in all shapes and sizes; Winter carnival brings Willow together after year of hardship; Volunteers of America offers housing program for Alaska youth; New People Mover route to start in the fall and more ->

KTUU: Alaska governor, AG seek President Trump’s help bringing AG’s Colombian family to U.S.; ConocoPhillips, Doyon prepare to test big Alaska drill rig; Damaged equipment causes power outage in Eklutna, Peters Creek, Birchwood; Once Upon Alaska: A LGBTQ rights milestone from 1993 and more ->

KTOO Public Media: Here’s how Alaska is preparing for the Wuhan coronavirus; In the cold of Haines, caring for Australia’s animals as wildfires blaze and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Sen. Lyman Hoffman Becomes Senate Majority Leader; Tuntutuliak Wants All Its Stray Dogs Gone – Two Organizations Are Helping Them Out and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: North Pole representative leaves post for DHSS job; Lights, sirens, tacos: A day in the life of Fairbanks firefighters; Alaska firefighter talks about experience fighting Australian fires; Fairbanks photographer Charles Mason discusses his work and upcoming exhibition in Anchorage Museum and more ->

The Arctic Sounder: Man in custody for Huntington murder; Unalaska library funded; Adventure, loss and grit come into focus in new memoir; Opinion: Martin Luther King Jr. Day a reminder of the power of volunteerism and more ->

By Megan McDonald, Only In Your State Alaska: This Hidden Sanctuary Is Home To The Largest Bear Rescue In Alaska
Rasmuson Foundation: Remembering a great artist, Ron Senungetuk