907 Updates November 14, 2019

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Man found guilty of strangling 4-year-old foster child; Burglary, attempted sexual assault charges dismissed against convicted serial rapist; News Brown bear shot and killed after raiding chicken coop; Wasilla businesses rally to replace stolen special needs bike; Grant money helps local families turn the key to better futures and more ->
KTUU: Icy road conditions have closed some schools in the Mat-Su Borough School District; Power outage in downtown Anchorage; Wasilla man dies in rollover crash north of the city; Assembly considers response to new Seward underpass; Seward Highway to be closed for maintenance; Humboldt crash survivor Brayden Camrud finds hockey home at UAA and more ->
KTOO Public Media: State regulators reject new limits on organized events at breweries and distilleries; In Anaktuvuk Pass, a gardener brings new life to ancient foods with Arctic agriculture; With pixels and stagecraft, ‘Arctic Experience’ aims to inspire the next generation to fight Big Oil and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: City Of Bethel Receives $500,000 To Improve Safety And Security In Bethel Schools; Bethel City Council Changes Marijuana Store Protests To Conditional Protests; BLM Responds To Tribes’ Criticism Over Planning Process For Draft Resource Management Plan and more ->
Alaska Native News: Caller Holding Suspects has Firearm Taken from Him and Held at Gunpoint, Suspects Escape; Murkowski and Colleagues Address Youth Vaping Epidemic; Congressman Don Young Receives the ‘Hunger Action Hero’ Award from the Food Bank of Alaska and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Man accused of assaulting fellow inmate pleads not guilty; The Fairbanks Fire Department has released statistics for the month of October; Department of Transportation to install new roundabouts on Chena Hot Springs Road; Preventing diseases spread by animals in Alaska and more ->
Alaska News from APRN: Man charged with importing drugs to sell in Petersburg; Akhiok’s new power system opens the door to renewable energy, and reduces costs; Amid a midtown mall’s rebirth, is downtown shopping in decline? More ->
Rasmuson Foundation: Foundation announces 2020 Sabbatical Award recipients
Alaska Children’s Trust: Kids in 33 Alaska Communities Benefit from $1.25 Million in New Afterschool Funding and more ->
Barbara Brown Our Third Thirds: Lefse Lessons: Trial and Error Error Error
Craig Medred: Wildlife invade
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