907 Updates July 12, 13, 14 & 15, 2022

KTUU: Woman dies at Centennial Campground; Assembly approves Bronson’s ordinance for $2.8M for Aviator Hotel shelter; Ellie’s Furcast: Find a ‘fur’ever friend at AARF’s biggest adoption event of the year and more ->

KTOO: An engineer from Alaska is helping NASA send humans back to the moon — and maybe to Mars and more ->

Alaska Native News: Aniak Man Charged with Murder in Tuesday Homicide; National Guard Helicopter finds Aeronca Crash Site and Deceased Pilot in Thompson Pass Thursday; 110 years since the largest Alaska eruption; This Day In Aaska History July 12th, 1776, July 13th, 1917, July 14th, 1804, and more ->


Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Alaska Legislature debates new social media policy for legislators and more ->

The Arctic Sounder: In Utqiagvik, rapid erosion spurs urgent seawall construction and more ->
KINY: Dunleavy: PFD electronic distribution set for September; Troopers seek grandmother after child found abandoned; Juneau man charged with sex assault, multiple counts of assault and more ->

The Seward Journal: July 13 to July 19, 2022


KFSK: Petersburg teen surprised with Wish trip to meet NBA champ and more ->

KRBD: Sunday marks 100 years since Roy Jones flew to Ketchikan, bringing commercial aviation to Alaska and more ->

Craig Medred: Unfit city
Craig Medred: Missing fishermen

The Juneau Empire: Digging up the past: Local author releases book about 10 Juneau murders buried in the past True crime in capital city.

KTOO: A short but true story about women during the Klondike Gold Rush, told through music and performance.


The Nome Nugget: Nomeites express support for women’s right to choose

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