907 Updates November 02, 2019

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Inside the Gates: Meet Kansas, the 168th Wing’s new therapy dog; Fight continues to pass legislation for full military honors at veteran funerals; ‘We are just trying to keep up’: STAR hosts annual fundraising gala and more ->
KTUU: 2 Korean War veterans laid to rest by fellow military members; Dimond High’s teacher power couple; 29 Hours: a crash, a 911 call, and the rescuers that never arrived; Kenai’s Travis Cooper named to U.S. Biathlon Team; Barrow observatory catches clean Arctic air; USGS discusses a year of earthquake research and more ->
KTOO Public Media: Collision near Juneau’s Fred Meyer causes multiple injuries and more ->
Alaska Native News: Napakiak Man Held on Sexual Assault Charges after Wednesday Incident; International Climate Report holds Special Value for Alaska and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Salcha Fire & Rescue promotes ‘Change your Clock, Change your Battery’ campaign; Senator Lisa Murkowski speaks to the Senate about violence against indigenous women; Fairbanks Memorial Hospital to host career expo; Fairbanks veterans find healing in learning to tie flies; New owners of Ester Gold Camp to open Malemute Saloon and more ->
The Arctic Sounder: Ambler road gets cash infusion from state corporation; APU receives grant to boost health programs; Ten years later, Harpooners still hold North Slope’s football bragging rights and more->
Craig Medred: Road futures