907 Updates October 04, 2019

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Anchorage man accused of beating roommate to death over assault on girlfriend; Why lending your car to a bad driver could cost you hundreds of dollars; Anchorage taxpayers’ total bill following police lawsuit; Anchorage taxpayers’ total bill following police lawsuit and more ->
KTUU: Anchorage woman faces up to 70 years in man’s burning death; Did you feel it? USGS says a 5.0 earthquake hit near Talkeetna; New monitors will help detect landslides in Sitka; Sitka artist’s Bone Dress; Anchorage students start experience with salmon life cycle and more ->
KTOO Public Media: Public broadcasting stations in Alaska trying to make up for loss of state funds; Alaska attorney general says Alaska Hire violates state, federal constitutions; International Lingít Spelling Bee brings together Alaska Native language learners in Juneau; Gardentalk – Listener question lightning round and more ->
Alaska Native News: Commuters: Beware of Things That Go “Thump!” in the Night; Moose Hunter Attacked, Injured by Brown Bear on Chilkat River; Midnight Sun Guardians Participate in Gobi Wolf 2019; Sifting Volcano Paydirt to Help Forecast Eruptions and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Lieutenant Foster offers safety advice for slick road conditions; State Fire Marshal’s office, cause of Blue Loon fire ‘undetermined’; Reentry Simulation demonstrates difficulties of prisoners returning to society; Alcoholic Beverage Control Board votes to remove director of AMCO and more ->
The Homer Tribune: Tribune to cease publication this week; OPINION: Saying a final goodbye is never easy; Homer writers celebrate Alaska Book Week; Art community welcomes fall at colorful First Friday and more ->
Only In Your State, Alaska: The Arctic Wildlife Refuge In Alaska Is America’s Serengeti And Is Truly Something To Marvel Over; The Best BBQ Restaurant In Alaska You Simply Can’t Stay Away From; You May Be Surprised To Learn These 10 Famous People Are From Alaska; The Best Bread In Alaska Is Served Out Of An Unassuming Airstream; Alaska Has Its Very Own Area 51 And It’s Fascinating
Margaret A. DeMaioribus, KNOM Radio Mission: The Nome Static, October 2019
Suzanne Downing Must Read Alaska: State will work to protect employees’ rights and more ->
Craig Medred: Doomsday