Alaska News September 30, 2019

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: APD searching for persons of interest in assault investigation; Partnership sought to manage North Terminal at Anchorage airport; Alaska city to vote on first state tax on soda, sweet drinks and more ->
KTUU: Why Alaska’s 2018 Teacher of the Year says there’s no incentive to stay; More than 70 racers revved up for the 2nd annual Alyeska Motor Rally; North/South runway expected to open Monday at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport and more ->
KTOO Public Media: Gardentalk – How do you plant 10,000 garlic? More ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Running Water Is Coming To All Of Lower Kalskag and more ->
Alaska Native News: Fairbanks Man Fatally Stabbed in Eagle on Saturday; Fairbanks Juvenile Arrested on Terroristic Threatening Charges Sunday; Fairbanks Teen Plucked from River after Jumping from Chena River Bridge and more ->
The Arctic Sounder: ICC outlines plan for 2018 Utqiagvik Declaration; Short-tailed shearwaters die by the thousands in Alaska; Federal fisheries managers will meet in Homer and more ->
Suzanne Downing Must Read Alaska: Best states for teachers? The list might surprise you; Alaska Life Hack: Nov. 30 aftershocks occur daily and more ->
Cheryl Upshaw, Alaska News Miner: Chainsaws 101: Alaska women learn a practical skill