Stories are posted on the APRN news page. You can subscribe to APRN’s newsfeeds via email, podcast and RSS. Follow us on Facebook at alaskapublic.org and on Twitter @AKPublicNewsNew Alaska wildlife managers could revive old fights over federal protections, bear- and wolf-killingNathaniel Herz, Alaska’s Energy Desk – AnchorageDunleavy’s administration is likely to shift the complex dynamics between the different entities and interests involved in Alaska’s fish and wildlife politics – from the state and federal governments to tribes, hunting organizations and fishing groups.Anchorage Assembly sends alcohol sales tax to April ballotAssociated PressA proposal to set a 5-percent sales tax on alcohol to fund services that address homelessness and substance abuse will go before Anchorage voters next year.Delta flight from Beijing to Seattle diverted to Aleutian islandAbbey Collins, Alaska Public Media – AnchorageFlight 128 had a potential engine issue, according to a statement from Delta Air LinesPurchase finalized: PenAir now officially a part of Ravn Air GroupAvery Lill, KDLG – DillinghamThe air carrier that long served as Bristol Bay and the Aleutian-Pribilof regions’ primary service to Anchorage is now a part of Ravn Air Group.These priests abused in Native villages for years: Part OneEmily Schwing, Northwest News Network – WashingtonBehind the radio station’s closed doors, Poole was a serial sexual predator. He abused at least 20 women and girls, according to court documents.The year and a half of reporting behind exposing Jesuit priests for misconductCasey Grove, Alaska Public Media – AnchorageLast week, Alaska Public Media’s Casey Grove spoke with Emily Schwing about her reporting, which took a year and a half of research.When a step back into prison is really a jump forward on the road to recoveryAnne Hillman, Alaska Public Media – AnchorageAlexandria Niksik has been in and out of prison for seven years. Her most recent return home only lasted 16 days. But what might look like failure from the outside is actually a key step toward success and recovery from alcohol misuse.River otter moved to Detroit Zoo after rescue in AlaskaAssociated PressAn orphaned North American female river otter found by hikers in southeastern Alaska has been moved to the Detroit Zoo in Royal Oak.