907 Updates January 31, 2020

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Hoverboard dentist, guilty on 46 counts, allowed to leave Alaska before sentencing; Want to keep your car from being stolen? Here are some things to try; State partnership outlines plan to address leading cause of death in Alaska; Inside the Gates: Alaska’s ‘special patriotism’ and more ->
KTUU: Calling the Police Too Often Can Cost You Money; UAA researchers study innocuous strains of coronavirus found in Alaska; KTUU Recruitment Video; ADF&G forecast low returns for Kenai River salmon this year; Abel to Make a Difference and more ->
KTOO Public Media: Winter storm could bring up to a foot of snow in Juneau; Juneau officials hold private meeting with governor; Pelican, Tenakee Springs mayors speak out against prospect of summer without ferries and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Hooper Bay School To Reopen Feb. 3 After Flooding From Frozen Pipes; Free Federal Tax Filing Service Coming To Y-K Delta and more ->
Alaska Native News: Murphy Dome Road Disturbance Lands Fairbanks Man in Jail on Burglary-DV and Weapons Charges; Troopers Investigate Death of Three Found in Palmer during Welfare Check Tuesday; Willow Man Arrested and Indicted by Kenai and Palmer Grand Juries on Sexual Assault and Assault Charges Wednesday; AST Recovers Safe and Other Stolen Items from January 26th Sterling Burglary; Lawsuit Launched to Save Alaska’s Cook Inlet Beluga Whales From Harmful Oil Exploration; Keeping the Carbon in Alaska Forests and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Alaska State Troopers release list of most wanted criminals for the Fairbanks area; Alaska Legislature moves forward on bills aiming to regulate ‘railbelt’ electric providers’ organization and more ->
The Arctic Sounder: State moves forward with tribal compacting discussion and more ->
Vegan Eating In Anchorage
Craig Medred: Damn polar vortex