907 Updates October 29, 2019

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Judge upholds sentence for man convicted of killing girlfriend in 2014; Wasilla Annex adds hours, staff after growing frustration over long wait times; Anchorage legislators hold town hall meeting on university restructuring; 25 Years of BP Teachers of Excellence: Ashley Savage and more ->
KTUU: Gov. Dunleavy appears on national television to talk PFD and other topics; Sterling drug dealer sentenced to four years; At Seward City Council meeting, residents sound off over Atwood murder case; New additions coming to the Alyeska Hotel and Resort and more ->
KTOO Public Media: Judge approves signature gathering for initiative that would change state elections; ‘Happy and sad at the same time’: After decades-long wait, Newtok residents begin the move to Mertarvik and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: State Officials Visit Akiak To Assess Projects Eligible For 2018 Southcentral AK Earthquake Money and more ->
Alaska Native News: Alaska Air National Guardsmen Rescue Bear-Mauling Victim; Klawock man Charged after Killing a Deer with a Pellet Gun; Sterling Woman Sentenced in Drug Conspiracy and more ->
Fairbnaks News Webcenter 11: To reduce suicides Fairbanks Army base must improve quality of life, public health survey says; UA Board of Regents finalizes response to the accreditation agency and more ->
Alaska News from APRN: Emergency order closes part of Kodiak elk hunt after domestic elk escape from Burton ranch; Homer police continue search for missing woman and more ->
By Tony Perkins, The Daily Signal: Ben Carson Rejects Political Correctness as Fatal to the Nation
Wexton was trying for a “gotcha” moment in a congressional hearing when she asked Carson if he would “apologize” for being quoted for expressing concern over “big, hairy men” trying to gain entry to an Alaska women’s homeless shelter.
Craig Medred: Passions
By Carol Tuynman, Rasmuson Foundation: Once-troubled block of Mountain View is being transformed