907 Updates November 27, 2019

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Eagle River nurse practitioner charged in 3 opioid deaths as feds investigate nearly 20 more; Sue Perles named Special Olympics Alaska President, CEO; Butte coffee stand owner selling business due to declining health; Recognizing a Job Well Done: DOT honors workers who rebuilt roads after earthquake; Where to cut down your own Christmas tree and more ->
KTUU: Defense in Sophie Sergie killing seeks to have cold case charges tossed; Prosecutors request easier victim notification in Eagle River opioid case; Marijuana grower, retailer push for reform of marijuana tax structure; Bus service to return to Loussac Library and more ->
KTOO Public Media: Hilcorp paid a $25,000 fine after a worker died last year on its North Slope drilling rig; State settles lawsuit over Alaska Hire law; Heavy rains prompt flooding concerns for Ketchikan less than a month after drought ends; Will new, city-owned public cabins help with Juneau’s high demand for weekend rentals? Sealaska Heritage to release new trilingual collection of lullabies as children’s book and CD and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Winter Storm Blows Out Power From Bethel To Napakiak and more ->
Alaska Native News: Coast Guard Responds to Oil Sheen in Kitoi Bay; New Bill Would Prevent Corrections From Shipping Inmates to Out-of-state Prisons; Click it or Ticket: Troopers Launch Thanksgiving Enforcement Campaign and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Oil Spills impact human health; Moose Creek residents raise concerns about contaminated soil incineration; Fairbanks City Council approves legislative priorities for 2020 and more ->
Suzanne Downing, Must Read Alaska: Uniquely vulnerable to corruption? More ->
News from the UAA/APU Consortium Library: Dec. 18: Writing about “wild relationships” in Alaska
Rasmuson Foundation: Foundation board approves 24 grants and initiatives
Rasmuson Foundation: Here is the whole list of grants and initiatives.
Craig Medred: Desert fresh salmon