Alaska News November 05, 2019

KTUU: AST: 9-month-old child assaulted by family member in Selawik; Deadly car crash into Westchester Lagoon; Law enforcement need your help finding an attempted robbery suspect; Iditarod CEO shares Arctic World Series details & recent meeting with PETA; Fish and Game reports far fewer bears killed in Anchorage this summer; Alaska road project to start in 2020, include largest bridge; UAA Parking Services will take PB&J as payment for citations and more ->
KTVA The Voice of Alaska: SUV crashes into Westchester Lagoon, 1 dead; Report: Public defenders office struggles with retention, recruitment; Public charters approved for takeoff in Unalaska; China trade war adds 620,000 pounds to Food Bank of Alaska; 25 Years of BP Teachers of Excellence: Eric Rush and more ->
KTOO Public Media: Wrangell’s cemeteries are running out of space; Forest Service kicks off Roadless Rule discussion in Juneau and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Bethel Game Developer Expresses Himself Through Newest Video Game; City Of Bethel Begins Garnishing Fines For Minor Offenses From PFD Checks; Bethel’s Ben Charles Is Taking On Climate Change In New ICC Intiative and more ->
Alaska Native News: Quinhagak Man Jesse Britton Succumbs to Injuries Sustained in October Assault; Congressman Don Young Invites Alaska Veterans to Share their Stories to Commemorate Veterans Day; 2019 Salmon Harvest Summary and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Tunnel designed to study permafrost is being expanded; Fairbanks experiencing behavioral health crisis according to hospital behavioral health director and more ->
Craig Medred: Oil in the Chukchi