Alaska News August 12, 2019

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Former Alaska professor wants accusers to use real names; Rare lightning strikes less than 300 miles from the North Pole; Valley of the Moon homeless camp has to move, Municipality says and more ->
KTUU: APD releases name of driver in Arctic at W Dowling fatal accident; RickyJon Balgenorth to compete for Junior National Karate team; Anchorage Museum hosts live elevator music; Celebrating Korean Independence day in Anchorage; Donated items find new life through Recycle for a Reason program and more ->

KTOO Public Media: Circuit Court justices hears Fairbanks Four appeal; Human Rights Commission quietly fires director; In tight labor market, business groups highlight hiring ex-inmates and more ->
Alaska Native News: ‘Gold Over Life, Literally’: How Trump Forced Reversal on Mining Project EPA Scientists Warn Could Destroy Alaskan Salmon Ecosystem and more ->
By Craig Medred: Killers on the road
The odds of being killed while bicycling in this country, according to the data compiled by Business Insider, are 1 in 4,030. The odds of dying in a mass shooting are 1 in 11,125.

Suzanne Downing Must Read Alaska: Country star at wit’s end in land rights dispute with aggressive Homer group; Choose Respect revived by Alaska’s Attorney General and more ->