907 Updates October 12, 2019

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Dashcam video captures APD officer punching, kicking man before making arrest; Inside the Gates: Recruiting the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta region in Cessna 172; Chickaloon singer competes for national songwriting prize; Willow filmmaker debuts movie opposing road to Ambler Mining District; Anchorage professor behind viral video of octopus seemingly dreaming and more->
KTUU: One dead, one rescued after skiff capsizes in Southeast Alaska; Alaska residents warned of bear encounters on Kodiak Island; Make a school threat, face the consequences: What is the punishment? Nome police chief quits after 13 months on the job; Training translators to relay emergency communications in different languages; Iditarod joins newly formed global racing series and more ->
KTOO Public Media: Alaska Supreme Court says state must pay salmon initiative’s legal fees; Gardentalk – Bring your begonias, dahlias and fuchsias in for the winter and more ->
Alaska Native News: Middle Alaska Once Again Part of the Cryosphere and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Local criminal justice attorneys explain HB 49; Project SEARCH holds meet and greet for disability employment awareness; Denali National Park and preserve asking for community help for winter ideas and more ->
Alaska News from APRN: A new menace for Anchorage dogs: river otters and more->
There’s a history of beavers attacking dogs at University Lake in Anchorage. But state wildlife biologists said Friday that they haven’t heard of attacks by river otters in the city. Dave Battle, an Anchorage-area biologist, said he was forwarded one other report of “otter aggression” from the Nextdoor app.
By Ben Hohenstatt: Longtime Juneauite turns the page with new book Songwriter, poet and retired teacher publishes first children’s book