907 Updates August 29, 2019

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: APD investigating overnight hit-and-run on Dowling near Seward Highway; Coast Guardsman charged with murder of seaman in Alaska; Truck driver charged in 2018 crash that killed Palmer woman; Mat-Su Fires: McKinley 71% contained, Deshka Landing 75% contained and more ->
KTUU: Despite weariness, hope remains as Cooper Landing evacuation alerts stay stable; Cooper Landing School closed until Sept. 3; Who is Hilcorp? What you need to know about BP Alaska’s buyer; American Airlines adding three new routes to Alaska, including first-time flights to Fairbanks; Alaska wildlife officials warn ATV drivers without permits and more ->
KTOO Public Media: German kayaker passes through Nome on attempt to circumnavigate North America and more ->

Alaska Native News: Fairbanks Woman Faces 11-Count Indictment for Device and Bank Fraud and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: City of Fairbanks seeks donations to fund Emergency Service Patrol; Fairbanks North Star Borough has high number of vacancies on commissions; September 1st deadline to register to vote for municipal election and more ->
Craig Medred: Invisible fashion
Patagonia, which built its reputation on solidly functional outdoor gear, has since its birth in the 1970s been adept at spotting these sorts of market trends. The companies latest move could simply be an indication that camo is the new black.
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