907 Updates December 27, 2019

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: How a New Year’s Day coffee can help feed Anchorage kids; 100 years later, exhibit honors Alaskans orphaned by Spanish flu; Nome to play major role in changing Arctic traffic with port expansion; Recycling program turns Christmas trees into trails and more ->


KTUU: Sterling woman attacked, believes she was targeted for her sexuality; UPDATE: Work to relieve water off Deneki Road to start Friday; Owners of Mustang oil project in Alaska miss loan payment; ‘Pike hunting’ with a spear taps into a sportsman’s primal instinct and more ->Arctic air and gusty winds are a dangerous wind chill combination.. More ->
KTOO Public Media: New Sitka bulk store takes bite out of high food prices; GCI applies to bring fiber optic to Aleutian communities; State seeks dismissal of class-action suit challenging rate hikes at Pioneer Homes and more ->

KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Local English News: December 27, 2019 and more ->


Alaska Native News: Arizona Man Arrested on Burglary Warrant Christmas Morning; BLM AFS Seeks Contracts for Alaska Village-Based Type 2 Wildland Firefighting Crews; Researchers use Stream Chemistry to Predict Change and more ->

Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: National Weather Service talks clouds and cold snaps; DOT announce Richardson Highway closure near Paxson due to avalanches; Mayor Ward comments on Capital Improvement Program, asks for public feedback and more ->

Craig Medred: Winter bites back
Suzanne Downing Must Read Alaska: Law Department alleges $9 million Medicaid fraud over addiction testing; ‘Alaska PD’ premieres Jan. 1 and more ->