907 Updates August 30, 2019

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Sheep Creek Lodge owners who evacuated leave doors open for firefighters; Wasilla company fighting Starbucks over trademark; Pilot says bright sun contributed to Lake Hood floatplane crash; How To Start A YouTube Channel and more ->

KTUU: K-9 Midas is back home and recovering after being attacked; $54,000 worth of guitars donated to Anchorage School District; Assembly hosts town hall to discuss UA restructuring; Whaley School works to change public perception and more ->

KTOO Public Media: Harris Air to end flight service in September; Internal email casts uncertainty on future of BP Alaska employees; Is the USDA now leaning toward a full exemption of the Roadless Rule in Alaska? Gardentalk – Is the drought over? Can I stop watering now? More ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Alaska Division Of Public Health Short On Nurses In Bethel; City Of Bethel Sells Fuel Tanks To Help With Napakiak School Erosion; Pinky’s Park Boardwalk Lighting Fully Approved and more ->
Alaska Native News: Investigation Results in Summons, Closure of Homer Wedding Venue; Tazing Lands Ketchikan Woman in Jail; Atmospheric Rivers Sometimes Soak Alaska; Bacteria Feeding on Arctic Algae Blooms can Seed Clouds and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Secretary of Education DeVos spoke with Fairbanks leadership re: workforce development; University of Alaska Fairbanks introduces college credit program for high school students; Coaches barred by superintendent after football training exercise results in student injuries; Federal grant awarded to fix aging Seward Highway bridges and more ->
The Homer Tribune: Extreme conditions extend wildfire season to Sept. 30; Homer to host Alaska World Arts Festival next week and more ->

The Arctic Sounder: Hot summer means unusual harvest at AKP garden; Arctic Slope Native Association names new president and more ->