907 Updates October 24, 2019

KTUU: Suspect on the run following attempted robbery of Village Inn; Seward murder case transferred to district attorney; Upgrading seismic resiliency at the Port of Alaska; Anchorage search team gets grant for new tracking gear; Council votes against ‘Eaglexit’ plan to leave Anchorage; Taking Halloween to the next level and more ->
KTOO Public Media: Alaska communities are one step closer to collecting online sales tax; Hoonah sets new borders in bid to form borough. But, it overlaps with Juneau’s annexation plan. More ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Scammon Bay Man Dies After Being Shot By Brother; BSAR Warns Boaters Off Kuskokwim River; Bethel City Council Rejects Hybrid Code Enforcer, Dogcatcher Position and more ->
Alaska Native News: Two Men Perish near Gambell Mid-Month; Commercial Fishermen for Bristol Bay Thanks House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee for Looking Into Flawed Pebble Mine Permitting Process and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Tips on how to avoid Halloween hand Injuries; From abnormal to average: Winter conditions vary across Interior; Military Report: Donations are being accepted for care packages to deployed Fort Wainwright soldiers; The 39 Steps’, a british spy thriller opens in Fairbanks and more ->
The Arctic Sounder: ‘Fighter in Velvet Gloves’ author speaks in Dillingham and more ->
By Courtney, Only In Your State Alaska: The One Small Town In Alaska Where You’ll Never Want To Sleep
By Jeremy Pataky, Anchorage Press: Indigenous Poet Cedar Sigo Visits Anchorage