907 Updates October 15, 2019

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Radio outages impacting Coast Guard response in Southeast Alaska; FBI assisting APD with investigation into brutal Anchorage hotel room murder; School lunch program eliminates disposable trays, provides more options for students; Faces of Indigenous Peoples’ Day at Alaska Pacific University; Hoogendorn brothers look back on Denali summit at Elders & Youth Conference; Horticulture class teaches Alaska Bible College students valuable agriculture skills; Eagle River Girl Scout packs cookies and more for Alaska troops abroad; 25 years of BP Teachers of Excellence: Heather Roach and more ->
KTUU: Alaska Zoo’s 19-year-old polar bear has died; Breast cancer survivor advocates for early screening; Alaska’s Denali National Park allows e-bikes on road, trails; Invasive plant could cost salmon industry $159 million per year, ISER study finds and more ->
KTOO Public Media: When it comes to cruise ship passengers, how much is too much? Visitor industry insiders differ; Juneau officials consider St. Vincent’s bid for new valley warming center; ‘Devilfish’ playwright’s favorite audience? Eighth graders; Tribal government group supports keeping Alaska’s Roadless Rule and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: How Do Parents Talk With Children About School Shootings Where A School Shooting Has Happened Before; Novagold Talks Expansion, Mine Development In Latest Earnings Call and more ->
Alaska Native News: ACLU of Alaska Prepares to File Suit on Behalf Alaska Native Women Failed by Nome; Felon Arrested for Weapons Violations at Accident Scene and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: North Pole residents pilot electrostatic project, in hopes of burning wood while reducing air pollution; Indigenous People’s Day Celebrated at University of Alaska Fairbanks; 2019 Elders and Youth Conference: language is our superpower and more ->