907 Updates July 24, 2020

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Committee members needed for Community-Police Advisory Board; Evidence hearing gives a look at Wasilla teacher’s statements about sexual abuse allegations; UAA professor develops app to help people stop drinking habits; Inside the Gates: National Defense Authorization Act passed for fiscal year 2021 and more ->
KTUU: ASD says it will begin school in the high-risk model; Thursday morning blaze burns five cars at Anchorage car dealership; Positively Alaskan: Palmer senior has endless energy for helping others and more ->
KTOO Public Media: Juneauites wait out clouds for a once-in-a-lifetime glimpse of Neowise comet; Sand Point docks and road damaged by magnitude 7.8 quake and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Laying Over In Bethel From Anchorage? You Could Get Free Lodging, Meals, And Transportation; Bethel 4-H Fall Plans and more ->
Alaska Native News: DPS Publishes Sexual Assault Kit Initiative (SAKI) Interim Report and more->
The Arctic Sounder: Who Done It?
By Mary Catharine Martin, The Arctic Sounder: What climate change means for Alaska’s king salmon
Craig Medred: Heated oversight
Scientists searching for evidence of climate change in Alaska’s Cook Inlet say they’ve found the fingerprints of global warming in the falling numbers of prized Chinook salmon, but admit they chose to ignore the heavy bootprint of an invasive species in local waters.
Suzanne Downing, Must Read Alaska: Atwood Building closing, positive test in building; Had enough, Anchorage? And more ->

49 Writers, Inc.: Review: Open the Dark by Marie Tozier