907 Updates August 14, 2019

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: 77-year-old man sentenced to 31 years on multiple counts of sex abuse; 2 weeks to trial, evidence motions loom for Grunwald murder suspects; Report: OCS made misleading, false claims when moving foster child; Mat-Su neighborhood makes progress on Williwaw community park and more ->

KTUU: Celebrated linguist of Alaska Native Languages Michael Krauss dies; Country musician Zac Brown loses Alaska property dispute; What’s Working: Support Program for Mentally Ill Felons; State announces plans to help sexual assault victims with legal representation; Spotlight on Youth: Baking Boot Camp helps students tap into their creative culinary skills; Amazing moment captured at Spencer Glacier and more ->

KTOO Public Media: Heatwave shuts down dog sled tours early on a glacier near Skagway; As the Kenai Peninsula dries out, the likelihood for fires increases and more ->

KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: U.S. Coast Guard Inspecting Napakiak School Fuel Tanks Dangerously Close To River and more -> 

Alaska Native News: Air Station Kodiak Medevacs Fisherman near Saint Paul; Soldotna Native Trains to be a U.S. Navy Future Warfighter and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: US Marshals seek Arkansas man in killing of girlfriend, son; may be hiding in Alaska, Canada; New option for Alaskan men with prostate problems; Alaska scientists say polar bear encounters to increase and more ->
The Arctic Sounder: Fran Tate, founder of Pepe’s, dies; Coast Guard urges EPIRB education to save taxpayer dollars, lives; ICC-Alaska launches mentorship initiative; Opinion: Everything we needed to know about health, we learned in the berry patch and more ->