907 Updates July 10, 2021

KTUU Alaska’s News Source: ‘I never gave up,’ Veteran shares story of hope, healing and credits local resources for helping him get back on track; Memorial set to honor victims of homicide in Alaska; Barry Arm landslide threat may cause less severe tsunami than originally thought; 3 Barons Renaissance Fair offers scaled-back event this weekend and more ->
KTOO Alaska’s Public Media: Jury indicts Ft. Wainwright soldier for fatal shooting of Black Lives Matter protester in Texas; LISTEN: How did an Anchorage runner go missing during a popular mountain race? And more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: YRDFA To Seek Second Disaster Declaration For Yukon Fish While First Sits In Limbo and more ->
Alaska Native News: Research shows Alaska infrastructure at risk of earlier failure; This Day In Alaska History July 10th, 1899 and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Understaffed and overworked: the Fairbanks Police Department works to hire new officers; Alaskan steaks: a look at the development of meat production. And more ->
KINY: There’s an App for That: Get Rewards for Looking Local First; Coast Guard Sector Juneau Changes Command; American Constellation Cruise Ship Tests Positive for COVID-19, En Route to Juneau and more ->
News New York Daily: Anchorage audit finds administration set ‘tradition of extra’ in Eagle River Parks and Rec division