907 Updates January 26, 2020

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Alaska teachers gather in Anchorage to build skills to improve student learning; Alaska is drought free for the first time since 2018; The U.S. Census: Historical perspective from pioneer radio broadcaster Ruben Gaines and more ->

KTUU: Competency tests bring inconclusive results, doctors say of man accused of murdering 10-year-old Kotzebue girl; P Alaska awards STEM grants to schools across the state; Coast Guard board to investigate deadly Gulf of Alaska crab boat sinking; Alaska program tackles youth substance abuse before it starts and more ->

KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: LKSD Superintendent’s Search Down To Two Candidates and more ->

Alaska Native News: Passed Out Driver in Wrong Lane Jailed on DUI/Endangering Charges in Fairbanks; Two Die on Icy Roads in Parks Highway Collision; Kenai Woman in Ditch Charged with DUI/Drug Offenses and more ->


Southcentral Foundation Vice President Receives Women of Achievement Award
Craig Medred: In our genes
Staff Reports, The following book-related events are scheduled for Jefferson-Madison Regional Library branches this week: Bookmarks for Jan. 26
Jennifer Ackerman, author of the New York Times bestseller “The Genius of Birds,” has written a new book about the latest research into bird life.

“The Bird Way: A New Look at How Birds Talk, Work, Play, Parent and Think,” published by Penguin Press, is scheduled for a May 5 release. The new book draws on new findings about bird behavior and Ackerman’s own field observations around the world, from Australia to Japan to Austria to Alaska.