907 Updates July 19, 2019

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Judge gives 17 years to Emmonak man who strangled disabled girlfriend; Alaska Housing Finance Corporation helps people pay rent and more ->
KTUU: 1 dead, 2 hurt in house fire early Thursday; Man recovering after stray bullet hits his head while sitting in his apartment; WEIO attracts international talent; First via ferrata in Alaska opens in Tordrillo Mountains, but some have concerns; Alaska Waste trying out curbside organics program and more ->
KTOO Public Media: Planes violating airspace restrictions raise safety, operations concerns at Swan Lake Fire; Gardentalk – It’s garlic harvesting time! More->
Alaska Native News: Illegally Dumped Fish Waste Invites Bears, Fines; Dragons of Summer Now on the Hunt; Man Who Stabbed Elderly Woman in Walker Indicted on Attempted Murder Charges Wednesday and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Man accused of sexual assault at prom party begins trial; Babies show off family history and culture in regalia contest; MILITARY REPORT: Camp Cheechako immerses military children in Alaskan culture, history and more ->
The Homer Tribune: A walk on Homer’s wildflower side; North Dakota angler takes lead in Homer Jackpot Halibut Derby and more ->
The Arctic Sounder: Podcaster brings millennial Native voices to airwaves; Coast Guard opens post in Kotzebue for summer and more->
Suzanne Downing, MRAK: MRAK Almanac: Moon landing, Hammond birthday and more ->
By Julia O’Malley, ADN: How Alaska eats: Sofishticated 10 salmon recipes you can make right now