907 Updates September 10-13, 2019

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Evidence: Renfro partied with friends after Grunwald’s murder; Alleged serial rapist known to authorities roamed Anchorage freely for months; Rock Steady Boxing program helps fight Parkinson’s disease in Anchorage; Anvik man arrested after allegedly opening airplane cargo door during flight; ‘Eskimo Ninja’ Nick Hanson talks about cultural identity, suicide prevention and more ->
KTUU: House votes to bar Arctic drilling; Senate action unlikely; Anchorage middle school student arrested for bomb threat; SOY: Anchorage teen converts electric jeep; BLM Water Days gets kids studying the creeks and more ->
KTOO Public Media: Rural Alaska clinics depend on broadband internet. What happens when it goes out? 2 in 5 Alaska students are proficient in English language arts, fewer in math; State files felony charges against Baker Hughes after Kenai Peninsula workers were sickened; A year after a dam was removed, this river near Anchorage is still waiting for water; This Anchorage ‘refillery’ aims to eliminate packaging waste. Here’s how it works. Gardentalk – The bulbs have arrived and more ->
Alaska Native News: Carrie Irwin Brown named Alyeska’s Alaska Native Program Director; Planet Walk puts Things in Perspective; Would-Be Car Burglar Held at Gunpoint for Craig Troopers; House Passes Arctic Cultural and Coastal Plain Protective Act; Bone, Not Adrenaline, Drives Fight or Flight Response and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Longtime announcer retires from the Riverboat Discovery; University of Alaska Fairbanks moves reindeer herd to Delta; World Suicide Prevention Day Brings Expert to Fairbanks and more ->
The Arctic Sounder: Recovery rocks send messages of hope; Selawik man receives national honor for valor and more ->
Suzanne Downing Must Read Alaska: BLM to offer entire coastal plain of ANWR for energy leases; Famed stunt pilot with Alaska roots OK after plane flips on runway; Sen. Sullivan, on 9-11; News group will cover Alaska social issues and more->
By Hope McKenney, KUCB: 2nd Bering Sea Women’s Conference To Focus On Storytelling, Supportive Communities
Alaska Highway News: Susan Kamil, longtime publisher and editor, dead at 69
Only In Your State-Alaska: The Mount Alyeska Trail Is A Beautiful Hike In Alaska With A Mouthwatering Restaurant Right Along It; Take In Sunsets Over An Active Volcano At Alaska’s Breathtaking Anchor River Lodge and more ->
Athabascan Woman Blog: Tell Your Story