907 Updates December 06, 2019

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Judge denies bail reduction in sexual assault, abuse case with 13 victims; Anchorage police investigate man’s death as homicide; Earthquake-ready: Tips to protect your family and home and more ->

KTUU: Two inmates allege a former Alaska prison guard sexually abused them; Valley Pathways High School’s artistic talents on display in front of White House; Find a good deal while giving back to McKinley fire victims and more ->

KTOO Public Media: ‘She had dimples for days’: After laying daughter to rest, ‘what-ifs’ linger for Juneau parents; Taku Glacier, once the Juneau Icefield’s last advancing glacier, is now in retreat; Salmon returns are down in Metlakatla. These junior scientists are discovering possible reasons why.; PFDs, state funding at risk if Alaska Permanent Fund earnings reserve falls to zero, board hears and more ->


KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Another Late Winter Means Another K300 Season Opener Postponed and more ->

Alaska Native News: California Fugitive from Justice Arrested following Sterling Highway Traffic Stop; AMHS Notifies M/V Aurora Employees of Long-term Layup and more ->

The KNOM Newsletter (Nome Static), Christmas 2019; Some Trooper Dispatches Not Publicly Released, Spokesperson Says It’s Not Mandatory; AMCC Inmates Gang-Up on Other Inmate, Assault Charges Filed and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Man who claimed shooting was self-defense arrested for murder; Fairbanks North Star School District receives $5 million grant for mental health and trauma services; From the Last Frontier to the Land Down Under; Open house aims to sign more residents up for North Pole city water expansion and more ->
Craig Medred: Down and out