907 Updates August 03, 2019

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Municipality can’t make Club SinRock close at 2 a.m., Supreme Court says; Inside the Gates: Protecting Alaska’s air space; Mat-Su Central sees increase in families looking for home-schooled, personalized learning; University student says relationship with UAA is like having a ‘crackhead boyfriend’; English learners express themselves through Summer Muse program and more ->
KTUU: APD officer under investigation for sexual abuse of a minor; Dunleavy has skin cancer removed from forehead; Anchorage Assembly to vote on ordinance for 24-hour abatements; Remembering civic heroes in Fairview; Alaska TEARS foundation opens new Center for Child Loss and more->
KTOO Public Media: State raises concerns about Red Dog Mine spill cleanups; Southeast’s top weather forecaster will continue looking to the sky after retirement; Ketchikan LGBTQ group looks back on 5 years of support and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Public Testimony On Alaska Native Languages To Be Held In August; Bethel Traffic Delays Expected Along Ridgecrest Drive As Road Construction Continues and more ->
Alaska Native News: Vehicle in the Ditch Nets Troopers Two DUIs; Congressman Young Applauds DoJ Public Safety Funding for Rural Alaska; AMHS Working to Resume Ferry Service; Service Schedule Announced and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Gardening Report: Succession Planting; AF led team conducts first unmanned aircraft beyond line of sight flight in the country and more ->

The Homer Tribune: New York anglers land largest kings of season; Summer fun still in full swing at First Friday; Quilts of Valor available for local veterans and more ->
By KNOM Radio, The Nome Static, August 2019: For the Next Generation and more ->
Nome 4th-grader Paige Peterson with chaperone Barb Amarok in KNOM’s Studio A. The two were there to participate in a popular new show on the airwaves: the “KNOM Kids Show.” Learn more in the August newsletter!