907 Updates July 22, 2020

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Anchorage considers requiring dogs to be leashed; Man reported missing arrested on warrants based on prior kidnapping, abuse charges; Spanx company grants $5K to Ketchikan boutique and more ->


KTUU: One Alaska: Many Voices premieres Wednesday; Local teen recognized on a national level; Trio of Longtime Dentists Fired From SCF over alleged Fraud and more ->
KTOO Public Media: Police across Southeast Alaska are defining and using force differently; Task force looks to expand courts that offer treatment instead of prison time; A tsunami warning that sent coastal Alaskans to higher ground has been cancelled and more ->


KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Emmonak Still On Lockdown Over Positive Coronavirus Case; New LKSD Superintendent Reflects On District’s Successes As She Looks Toward School Reopening and more ->

Alaska Native News: Fairbanks Troopers Recover Stolen Vehicle, Handgun after 13-Year-Old Detained; 7.8 Magnitude Quake South of Chignik Prompts Widespread Tsunami Warning; Anchorage Man Charged in Drain Cover/Construction Vandalism; Crew Member Aboard F/V Rubicon Medevaced from Kupreonof Strait; House Passes FY 2021 National Defense Authorization Act; Congressman Don Young Fights for the U.S. Coast Guard and more ->

Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Fairbanks man arrested after Troopers find drugs, cash in apartment; Corps to release review of Alaska mine project this week and more ->

Craig Medred: Resilience
By Bill Sherwonit, Mountain Journal: Opinion: The Lie—And Shame—Of ‘Wildlife Management’ In Alaska
By Eilís Quinn, Eye on the Arctic: How sub-Arctic seas are influencing the Arctic Ocean and what it’s telling us about climate change
By Casea Peterson, Only In Your State Alaska: 14 Stunning Photos That Will Remind You Why Alaska Is The Best State
By Courtney, Only In Your State Alaska: 15 Little Known Beaches In Alaska That Are Ideal For A Summer Outing