907 Updates November 19, 2019

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Man charged in burglary of southwest Alaska post office; Ballot initiative proposes student bill of rights ensuring quality public education; 25 Years of BP Teachers of Excellence: Meredith McCullough and more ->
KTUU: UPDATE: APD finds victim’s vehicle, Three people in total arrested in case; Forensic medical training could help evidence collection in rural Alaska; Melting sea ice opens northern passage for marine mammal disease; Utqiaġvik sees its last sunset of 2019; Jean Kaufman, “Buttons the Clown”, passes away at 100 and more ->
KTOO Public Media: Utqiaġvik whalers finally land bowhead nearly two months into season; Feds approve renaming Saginaw Bay over Kake War connections; ‘A hidden giant’: Alaska Legislature’s nonpartisan voice on the state budget is retiring; Why was fire prevention funding used on the Roadless Rule process in Alaska? Congress members want to know. More ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Blizzard Warning Issued For Kuskokwim Delta; Akiachak Man Charged In Death Of Brother; Calista Puts On Stock Will Contest; State Marijuana Control Board Waiting On City Of Bethel and more ->
Alaska Native News: Tribal Police Catch Kipnuk Post Office Burglar During Break-In; 168th Airmen Head South for the Winter; Ahtna Subsidiary Acquires Leading Dredging and Civil Construction Firm; Dirty Glaciers all over the World and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Fairbanks Police Chief talks first few months on the job; Eagle man charged with assault and arson; Fairbanks Native Association holds fashion show and more ->
Alaska News from APRN: NANA approves new shareholder trust, allowing for tax-free dividends; Not Enough Kids in Red Devil and more ->
Craig Medred: Let’s make a deal
By Kendra Kloster, The Delta Discovery: More work must be done to protect Indigenous women and girls