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 @aprnListen nowState-run raffle could be new way to fund schoolsAndrew Kitchenman, KTOO – JuneauAlaskans could have a new choice for what to do with their permanent fund dividends next year – a raffle that would fund public schools. Lawmakers passed a bill to start a raffle that could pay a top prize as high as 24 million dollars in the future.Bethel’s AC Quickstop liquor store shuts downTeresa Cotsirilos, KYUK – BethelIn a game-changing and emotional decision, the Alaska Alcoholic Beverage Control Board decided against renewing AC Quickstop’s liquor license on Tuesday night, which effectively shut down Bethel’s only operating liquor store.Alaska man pleads guilty in Florida airport shootingAssociated PressAn Alaska man has pleaded guilty in exchange for a life prison sentence in the Florida airport shooting that killed five people and wounded six.Alaska jail sued over alleged mistreatment of Muslim inmatesZachariah Hughes, Alaska Public Media – AnchorageIn a complaint, the Council on American-Islamic Relations claims prisoners in an Anchorage jail are being denied their constitutional rights on observation of Ramadan.Transboundary mine meeting includes State Department, B.C. repsEd Schoenfeld, CoastAlaska – JuneauAlaskans concerned about possible affects of British Columbia mines on cross-border rivers will get an update during a June 1st meeting in Juneau.Final lecture from beloved UAF history professor Terrence Cole to be held tonightRobert Hannon, KUAC – FairbanksA long-time and popular University of Alaska Fairbanks professor gives his final lecture this evening. Terrence Cole has taught history at UAF for 30 years. Cole is retiring to concentrate on his health and finish a book.HistoryMakers to document diversity of Alaska African Americans as part of national projectLori Townsend, Alaska Public Media – AnchorageDocumenting the rich diversity of the lives of African Americans is the mission of a national group called The Historymakers. Videographers are in Alaska this week for the first time to capture the stories of 11 Alaskans.