907 Updates May 17, 2019

By Leroy Polk & Austin Sjong: UPDATE: Standoff ends in arrest of Anchorage man who allegedly fired at police
One bullet.
By Kortnie Horazdovsky: Chevak man sentenced for sexually abusing foster daughter
ANCHORAGE (KTUU) – A Chevak man was sentenced this week to 25 years in prison for sexually abusing his 7-year-old foster daughter, state prosecutors say. He had pleaded guilty to one aggravated charge of second-degree sex abuse of a minor.

The Department of Law says in 2017, Peter Gumlickpuk’s wife walked in on him fondling their foster daughter while he read to the child from the Bible. She confronted him and he confessed to the abuse, the department said.
By CNN: Alaska mother too appear on CNN special after speaking with son’s killer in prison
By Laura Holman: University of Alaska, Board of Regents, UAA professor sued over sexual misconduct claims
By Lauren Maxwell: Judicial Council nominates 2 to replace Justin Schneider’s judge
By Joe Vigil: Reality vs. perception: Anchorage’s online map shows what crime looks like across the municipality
KTOO Public Media: Anchorage musician Quinn Christopherson wins NPR’s Tiny Desk Contest; US House bill would clear path for Alaska tribes to put land in trust; Lawless: One in three Alaska villages have no local police; Red Carpet Concert: Sarah Hamilton, ‘Kauai’; Two of Alaska’s biggest exports are caught up in the US-China trade dispute and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: City Of Bethel Could Be Uncovered By Insurance In Potential Wrongful Termination Lawsuit; Alaska Lawmakers Send Bill Celebrating Alaska Native Heritage To Gov. Dunleavy; Two Charged In Long House Beating; Marijuana Control Board Approves Bethel Pot Shop With Delegation and more ->
Alaska Native News: Representative Young Introduces Bipartisan Legislation to Combat Childhood Hunger; AST Opens Investigation into Bear Hunter’s Death on Kodiak Island; The Man who Broke through the Northwest Passage and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Fairbanks murder suspect apprehended by Alaska State Troopers; Updates from the 2019 legislative special session and more ->
The Arctic Sounder: ‘That’s what I was fighting for’; Opinion: Heroic young Kotzebue man receives medal for saving friend from drowning and more ->
The Landmark: Presentation ‘Alaska Wilderness: A Canoe Journey into the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge,’ comes to Rutland library
Visit Alaska’s storied Arctic National Wildlife Refuge with two seasoned naturalists. On Saturday May 18 at 10:30 a.m. at Rutland Public Library, 280 Main Street (Route 122A), the Ware River Nature Club is hosting “Alaska Wilderness: A Canoe Journey into the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge,” a presentation by Mark and Marcia Wilson of Eyes on Owls. This event includes a slide show and live owl appearance. It is free and open to all.
Alaska Highway News The Canadian Press: Tanya Tagaq, Joshua Whitehead among finalists for Indigenous Voices Awards
KTUU: King Tech High School celebrates first graduating class One-hundred and four seniors received their high school diplomas as the first graduating class from King Tech High School.
By Scott Gross: Students absorb Alaska Native traditions during Culture Week
By Dave Leval: Queen Elizabeth sails into Anchorage on maiden voyage to Alaska