907 Updates September 30, 2022

KTUU: Golden Lion won’t open as planned, Sullivan may house 300; Selawik man accused of killing teen, unborn baby; Anchorage police body camera discussion moves into arbitration, extending purchasing delays; Aleutian volcano to be renamed after former Rep. Don Young; Disaster assistance hotline launches for Western Alaska storm aftermath and more ->


KTOO: ‘An egregious act of spiritual abuse’: Behind the closure of Juneau’s Memorial Presbyterian Church; State health department ends standalone COVID data summaries; Alaskans plan to honor victims and survivors of Indian boarding schools and more ->
Alaska Native News: Intern leads efforts to encourage respectful harvest practices; New research can help electric utilities account for climate change; This Day in Alaska History-September 30th, 1909 and more ->

KINY: Don Young’s bills to be carried by Rep. Peltola in the US House; 2022 ‘Day of Caring’ kicks off in Juneau and more ->
KFSK: Southeast Alaska wolves eat over 60 prey species, study finds and more ->

KRBD: Whale Pass residents seek last-second halt to state timber sale uphill from town and more ->

KUCB: Marine salvage expert dives into memoir writing and more ->
Dan Magone has spent over four decades working in emergency ship repair and marine salvage in western Alaska. His work took him all over the region and into extreme situations doing dangerous work. During his career, Magone directed the successful salvage or wreck removal of 79 vessels and he was awarded Public Service Commendations by the United States Coast Guard.
Craig Medred: Making things worse
By Carey Seward, Only In Your State Alaska: 11 Small Towns In Alaska That Are Excellent Places To Live
CBS Mornings: Meet the last community to reside inside a national park
About 100 full-time residents live in Wrangell-St. Elias. It’s the last community to reside inside a national park. CBS News correspondent Jeff Glor has more.