Alaska News August 08, 2019

Alaska Native News: Chris Birch, Senator, Engineer & Grandfather, Passes Away at 68; “1488” Associate Pleads Guilty to Kidnapping in Michael Staton’s Murder Case; 210th Rescue Squadron receives first Operational Loss Replacement Pave Hawk and more ->
KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Mom says car seat saved her 6 year old in rollover, spreads safety message to others; Nearly 20% of Alaska mothers don’t vaccinate their 3-year-olds due to vaccine hesitancy; AK Lady Barber opens shop in Palmer; Program offers home buyers money for down payment they don’t have to pay back; Houseless Records tour promotes music while destigmatizing homeless musicians and more ->
KTUU: Two drivers are facing charges following a deadly crash back in May 2019; Schilmiller pleads not guilty to child pornography charges in Anchorage; Labrador helps troopers defuse situation; Bear Valley bears and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Why Has It Been So Wet? We’ve Been Swimming In An Atmospheric River; Students In Mertarvik Will Go To School In Evacuation Center and more ->
KTOO Public Media: Environmental groups file new lawsuit to block new Izembek land swap deal; International Joint Commission launches ‘fact-finding mission’ into British Columbia transboundary mining; Alaska credit union to end marijuana business pilot program and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Man driving under the influence hits lawn mower; Responders recover remains of 4 killed in Alaska plane crash; Troopers seeking help locating vehicle involved with hit and run; Vegetable safety at the Farmers Market; Military Report: Fairbanks proclaimed ‘Purple Heart City’ and more ->
The Homer Tribune: Annual group photo calls for salmon advocacy and more ->