907 Updates September 14, 2019

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: ‘You’re lying to my face’: Investigators confront Renfro over Grunwald murder; Efforts being made to address the public safety crisis in rural Alaska; Alaska companies launch 74-foot boat from Homer; Inside the Gates: Loadmaster’s calculations get cargo off the ground and more ->
KTUU: Major Arctic training exercise starts in Alaska this month; Confusion over new standards causing headaches for Birchwood Airport renovations; Woman in hospital with life-threatening injuries after accident involving stolen car; ASD: We spoke with swim official before taking action and more ->
KTOO Public Media: Email indicates former Alaska Lt. Gov. Mallott invited woman to room and more ->
Alaska Native News: Justice Department Will Fund More Prosecutors, Jails and Cops in Rural Alaska and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: UPDATE: Alaska State Troopers release surveillance footage from robbery; Local Girl Scouts Council win lawsuit against national Girl Scouts; Photographers hosting free events at University of Alaska Fairbanks and more->
The Homer Tribune: Homer woman dedicates retirement to disaster relief; Chamber to pull plug on halibut derby and more ->
Craig Medred: Selling Fear Gun Talk
Combat medics who’ve treated bullet wounds know much more about how bullets perform than a former Texas congressman who grew up in comfort before being sent away to a prep school in Virginia and then attending the Ivy League’s Columbia University. There is nothing in O’Rourke’s biography to indicate he knows a buttstock from muzzle brake.
By Farah Mohammed, JSTOR Daily: The Old New Trend of Sober Curiosity Abstaining from alcohol is a new trend with a long, long history.