Alaska News July 02, 2019

KTUU: Seaweed farming could make waves in the future; Pink shorts and persistence fuel Moore’s 50-year Mount Marathon streak; Biologists find dead rat on St. Paul after months of searching; More than 91,000 comments submitted on Pebble impact statement before closing day and more ->
KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Bans, cancellations and where to see fireworks in Alaska this Independence Day; UAA researcher studying sexual assault reporting process in Alaska; Mount Marathon plans for possibility of unhealthy air quality; Meet Joe: The Mount Marathon Gumby; Extended Interview: Sen. Sullivan addresses rural public safety, tariffs on China and domestic violence bill; Web Extra: Sen. Murkowski speaks on rural law enforcement, Pebble Mine and health care and more ->
KTOO Public Media: Juneau man dies after being stabbed with filet knife; EPA says report on Pebble Mine lacks detail, likely underestimates risks to water quality and more->In the Alaska village where ANWR is the backyard, many see drilling as an opportunity;
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Akiachak Man Arrested Over Sexual Abuse Of Minor; Fireworks Banned In Bethel; Tuntutuliak Fire Burns Water And Sewer Building, Four-Wheeler and more ->
Alaska Native News: Murkowski, Schatz Introduce Bipartisan Legislation to Expand Impact of the ANSEP Program and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Man arrested after driving his car into multiple police vehicles while evading arrest; As evacuations are issued, some residents decide to stay; UAF researcher prepares to study sea ice while ship frozen in sea ice and more ->