907 Updates October 07, 2020

KTUU Alaska’s News Source: ‘I forgive you’: Woman paralyzed by drunk man dancing with gun faces shooter in court; A shooting at an apartment complex leaves 1 dead, 4 others hurt; Protests over delayed in-person learning and a potential school rename after Bettye Davis at the Anchorage School Board; DOT says bumpy new Eagle River bridge needs a fix; Making jack-o’-lanterns deemed low-risk activity for Halloween 2020 and more ->

KTOO Public Media: 747 wins heavyweight title in Katmai’s annual Fat Bear Week and more ->

KYUK, Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Federal Funds Add 24 Public Safety Officer Positions To Y-K Delta; Old Swanson’s Apartment Building Torn Down After Fire Continues For Second Day and more ->

Alaska Native News: Coast Guard Rescues Two People in Sitkinak Lagoon; Congressman Don Young Announces Nearly $4 Million in Funding to Improve Housing Safety for Alaska Native Children and Families and more ->

By Claire Stremple, KHNS: Alaska documentary follows Skagway News publishers’ plight
By Heide Brandes, Road Trippin: Reel in hand, women are rocking the boat in the male-dominated world of fishing On a fishing adventure to Alaska’s Inside Passage, four women escape the crowds to reel in a king salmon
By AKOG: In Alaska’s oil and gas industry, the future is female