907 Updates July 30, 2019

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Governor responds to concerns from Alaskans on both sides of budget debate; Housing assistance lottery closes Wednesday night: Teachers go online for help to fund school projects; Fairbanks goes dark for first time in more than 2 months and more ->

KTUU: ‘I can’t wait to get the word out’ – Store owner on new security system in Anchorage; Final update for the Swan Lake Fire put out by the Alaska Department of Forestry; 2YH: Mother cautions of invasive tongue tie procedure and more ->
KTOO Public Media: As ferry strike continues, communities must find alternatives; Legislature passes capital budget funding, $1,600 PFD, veto reversals and more->

KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Calista Board Elects Officers For 2019-2020; Wildfire Near Donlin Gold Mine Site Grows and more ->
Alaska Native News: Coast Guard Cutter Healy gets Underway for Months-Long Arctic Patrol; Murkowski Commends Successful Arrow-3 Missile Test Launch and more ->
Fairbnaks News Webcenter 11: Murder suspect assaults officer at Fairbanks Correctional Center; ASAA recommends West Valley football players practice with other programs; New report shows aviation significantly impacts Alaskan economy; Construction Report: DOT working to improve safety along Richardson Highway and more->
By Brendan Jones, Saveur: In Search of Alaska’s Deadliest Catch: The Sea Cucumber As a cuke deckhand, your job first and foremost consists of making sure your diver survives.
Alaskan History Magazine’s Free Weekly Newsletter: Deering Roadhouse; Hudson Stuck The Ascent of Denali; The Alpine Historical Park and more ->