907 Updates January 30, 2020

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Volunteers recover Jeep stuck in ice near Knik Glacier; Anchorage global investment firm acquires Alaska’s largest economic research firm; Business group hopeful Anchorage recession will end in 2020; Woman-led wilderness program offers free expeditions for Alaska girls and more ->
KTUU: Nearly 3 years later, Napaskiak man clear of all murder charges; The Alyeska Junior Freeride Classic; AMCO proposes limiting amount of drinks served at certain businesses; Falling enrollment, fewer students studying to be teachers: UA President’s stark appraisal; The Channel 2 app is now available for Apple TV and more ->
KTOO Public Media: Juneau police officer returns to work after fatally shooting a man in December; Four Alaskans win cash prizes in first-ever PFD education raffle; Wuhan cargo flights into Anchorage suspended; no additional Chinese medical flights planned, officials say; State gives timber industry group $1.3M in federal money to work with US Forest Service and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Power Goes Out In Three Lower Kuskokwim Communities During Subzero Temperatures; Bethel Joins Alaska Remote Sales Tax Commission In Order To Collect Online Sales Tax and more ->
Alaska Native News: Kasilof Man Killed in Trooper-Involved Shooting Wednesday Night; Kodiak Man Arrested on Charges following Chiniak Road Head-On Collision; APD Seeks information on South Circle Burglary Reported on January 20th and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Community Fairbanks North Star Borough Mayor announces cancer diagnosis; Fairbanks man charged with murder appears in court; MILITARY REPORT: Fort Wainwright medevac crew responds 24/7 to help interior Alaska; Warming center helps Fairbanks homeless population keep away the cold and more ->
Craig Medred: Tangling the truth