Alaska News February 07, 2020

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Alaskans testify on bill to provide hate crime protections to LBGTQ community; Inside the Gates: The Arctic’s importance to the world; EasyPark offers free garage parking on First Fridays and more ->

KTUU: Plane crash near Knik Glacier leaves two injured; Ninilchik residents demand answers to changes in emergency services after fire chief’s termination; The United Way of Anchorage is Walking for Warmth Friday; Once Upon Alaska: Project Chariot; Short term relief could come to Knik Goose Bay Road and more ->
KTOO Public Media: Alaska’s largest rural solar project set to break ground in Kotzebue; Students compete in Alaska’s first sanctioned esports state championship and more ->


KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: All Aboard Yute Commuter Service Plane Deceased After Crashing Near Tuntutuliak; Aniak’s Andrea Gusty Takes Over The Kuskokwim Corporation; Kuskokwim Delta Under Wind Chill Advisory Until Feb. 8 and more ->

Alaska Native News: Armed Robber Arrested at Tesoro Attempting to Use Credit Cards and Cash Stolen Checks; Alaska Charter Halibut Operators: Don’t Forget to Register Your Charter Halibut Permit; “AVO Radio” to Bring Volcano Updates to the Airwaves and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: ‘We have to do it when it’s cold’: permafrost tunnel expansion racing clock of warming temperatures; DOT selects “diverging diamond interchange” to upgrade Steese/Johansen intersection; Alaskan musician “Lupyn” balances multiple musical pursuits through hard work and dedication and more ->

The Arctic Sounder: Fire erupts overnight at Kaktovik school and more ->
Suzanne Downing, Must Read Alaska: Blistering report on ARCS conversion upsets Democrats on House committee; JUNEAU POLICE TO REQUIRE SOME CRIMES TO BE REPORTED ONLINE; Juneau Assembly member Carole Triem really loves the Battle of the Books and more ->

Craig Medred: North vs. south