907 Updates November 14, 2020

KTUU Alaska’s News Source: Port of Alaska’s new terminal on track to be operational by late 2021; Volunteers revive Chickaloon Fire Department; Anchorage Parks and Recreation is offering Nordic ski classes and more ->
KTOO Pubic Media: ‘We can’t turn this down’: New Xbox game brings Tlingit voices to the forefront; A ‘bear catastrophe’ in Haines: Fish and Game raises concerns over record brown bear kills; Karen Carey named new chancellor of University of Alaska Southeast and more ->
Alaska Native News: Anchorage Man Sentenced to More than 13 Years for Double Robberies and more ->
At sentencing, several victims came forward to describe to Judge Beistline the horrifying events, emphasizing that Bol’s crimes continue to traumatize them.

“The impact of this robbery is far beyond financial. Mr. Bol’s actions have made a deep and irreparable impact on our employees, members and local Anchorage community. Beyond the scope of monetary loss, his reckless, premeditated actions threatened lives and permanently damaged the emotional wellbeing of innocent people in a manner that can never be truly fixed,” said Rachel Langtry, Credit Union 1 Chief Operating Officer.

Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Sci-Friday: Meteorite explodes over western Alaska; Fire Wire: Fort Wainwright Fire Department, a civilian department on a military post; What Fairbanks residents can do to help keep PM2.5 emissions down and more ->