907 Updates November 09, 2019

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Former McLaughlin Youth Center supervisor sentenced for sexual abuse claims innocence, vows to appeal; Free downtown Anchorage parking offered to Purple Heart recipients and more ->
KTUU: Local nonprofit kicks off Veterans Day weekend at VA hospital; UA Board of Regents puts off vote on tuition increase; Rescued dog helps educate hundreds of kids on animal safety and more ->
KTOO Public Media: In Tlingit land-rights loss, a Native American rights attorney lays out injustice and hope for the future; Solutions sought to ease conflicts over Southeast Alaska’s rising sea otter populations; Juneau cold weather emergency shelter opens this weekend in new location and more ->
Alaska Native News: Congressman Don Young Co-Leads Bipartisan Bill to Provide Federal Funding for Veteran Cemeteries; Murkowski Joins Committee in Addressing Tribal Workforces and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: City Of Bethel Sets Price For Sale Of Property To Kusko Kush and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: South Cushman fire may have been set intentionally; Investigation clears Alaska teacher in slavery lesson; Middle school students participate in water day events and more ->
Alaska News from APRN: ncrease in observer fees has people in the fishing industry questioning how their dollars are being spent; Anchorage developer pursues Petersburg affordable housing project and more->
Rasmuson Foundation: Remembering Richard Nelson: author, soundscape artist, cultural anthropologist
Craig Medred: Climate refugia