907 Updates October 01, 2019

KTVA The of Alaska: Renfro names Austin Barrett as Grunwald’s killer; Anchorage school board looking at four-day, year-round class schedule; Alaskan gives United Nations indigenous perspective on threats to Arctic fisheries; Medicaid cuts to providers become permanent later this month, some fear patients will lose; UA system receives warning letter from accrediting agency and more ->
KTUU: Bethel family awarded $3.4 million in special verdict following boiler explosion; Violent crimes in Anchorage increased, FBI report says; Despite Cerebral Palsy, Martinelli took the field for Soldotna Football; UPDATE: Locals divided on outcome of Hope Center religious freedom lawsuit; State Education Department launches online school data tool and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Thaddeus Tikiun Takes Over As AVCP Board Chair and more ->
Alaska Native News: UAF-led Study Finds Safe Mercury Levels in Kotzebue Sound Fish; Two Hikers and Two Dogs Plucked from Cupola Mountain by Coast Guard; Research Will Help Seaweed Farming and Traditional Aquaculture and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Officials warn against using home sexual assault exam kits;Assembly votes on additional funding for recreation center and more ->
By Barbara Hunt, Palmer Buzz: Take a big breath, October in Palmer is full
Craig Medred: Fat, fatter, cutest
Only In Your State, Alaska By Megan McDonald: Follow The Caribou Migration Along The Dalton Highway In Alaska