Alaska News October 09, 2019

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Palmer senator says DOT won’t turn off lights on Glenn Highway; Anchor Point fire video shows hundreds of scrap vehicles on fire; ASAA considers changing rules regarding swimsuit coverage; Alaska Quarterly Review celebrates “lonely islands” of the Aleutians, highlights remnants of war and more ->
KTUU: Jury finds Bradley Renfro guilty on eight counts; Anchorage’s Fire Dept. budget $4 million short, prompting equipment shutdown policy; Walking in the dark: Tips to make sure your children are seen; Fairbanks incinerator shows promise for cleaning toxic soil; SOY: Middle school kids learning how to “Churn and Burn” ice cream and more ->
KTOO Public Media: Jury acquits Laron Graham in West Juneau double homicide case; Cemetery caretaker calls on community to clean, protect Alaska Native graves; ‘Pretty much our hometown voice’: Homer residents mourn loss of local newspaper and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: LKSD Investigating School Shooting Report; Meyers Farm Shuts Down Market, Focuses On Internet Sales and more ->
Alaska Native News: Fairbanks REDDI Suspect Being Held for Extradition; Local and National Leaders Build Relations in Interior Alaska and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Fairbanks doctors remind public about Breast Cancer Awareness Month; Deadline for Real I.D is less than one year away; State of Alaska and Flint Hills battle Williams Alaska Petroleum in court over ground water contamination and more ->
Alaska News from APRN: Wells convicted, again, of Kodiak Coast Guard double murder and more ->
Craig Medred: Yes casino, no casino
Athabascan Woman Blog: Alaska Native Pulse 2019 – Native New Year Week
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