907 Updates April 05, 2019

By Heather Hintze: Bone marrow transplant could cure Wasilla boy’s rare disease
By Daniella Rivera: Anchorage’s 2019 homicide count on par with deadliest year on record
By Daniel Kirby & Kortnie Horazdovsky: GCI lays off 87 employees, citing lagging economy
By Joe Vigil: AFD rolls out second pink firetruck, ‘Miss Carol,’ for cancer awareness
By Dave Leval: Sears set to return to Anchorage with new, smaller store
KTOO Public Media: Two Juneauites go from anger to consensus on the criminal justice reform debate; At Iliamna Lake hearings, residents speak out on Pebble Mine; Southeast Alaska researchers get rare opportunity to study a sperm whale and more ->
Alaska Native News: The Taylor Highway is Open to Eagle; Charges Forwarded against Person Who Re-Distributed Cannabis to Person Under 21 and more ->
Fairbnaks News Webcenter 11: Anthony Jenkins-Alexie found guilty of murdering FPD Sgt. Allen Brandt; Alaskan tribes receive grants for victims of crimes and more ->
The Homer Tribune: Writers to share spiritual memoirs; Homer walks blue line for tsunami awareness and more ->
By Sudhamahi Regunathan: Stories set in snow
By Kristen Durand: Plan in the works to revitalize downtown Palmer
By Associated Press: Alaska hold music project with Portugal. The Man put on hold after concerns
By Shawn Wilson: JBER Airmen practice war time skills in Polar Force exercise