907 Updates April 06, 2019

By Lauren Maxwell: New facility helps Alaska’s abused children tell their story
Alaska CARES sees children from two months to 18 years of age, but the facility isn’t limited to children. The building also houses Providence’s Forensic Nursing Services, which means that adult victims of sexual assault and domestic violence may be examined there as well.

If a child tells you about abuse or neglect, you can report it by contacting 1-800-478-4444.
By Shannon Ballard: Providence parking garage break-ins prompt petition from staff
KTOO Public Media: New York Times reporter discusses story revealing ANWR oil test well was ‘worthless’; Lawmakers seek competitive contract to run psychiatric institute; ADN owners buy 3 more Alaska newspapers; State board suspends agency director over rifle sticker complaint; Former Gov. Bill Walker lands at political ally’s law firm; State board suspends agency director over rifle sticker complaint and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: ‘Something Released Out Of Me That Didn’t Belong,’ Experience Cama-i’s Heart Of The Drums; Video: Smile Alaska Style At Cama-i; Meyers Organic Farm In Bethel Stars In New History Channel Documentary Series; Kuskokwim Campus Honors Mary Ciniuq Pete At Cama-i and more ->
Alaska Native News: Iditarod: One of the Last Gold Rush Towns; The Taylor Highway is Open to Eagle and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Local healthcare center received national award; Alaska to sell two fast ferries and more ->
The Homer Tribune: Homer woman perfects art of a great cup of coffee; 100WWC donate to music program and more ->
Margaret A. DeMaioribus, KNOM Radio Mission: The Nome Static, Transmission 656: April 2019
The Arctic Sounder: National weatherman reports live from Utqiagvik; Seven appointed to Alaska fisheries, game boards and more ->
By Kristen Durand: Newly compiled data shows investment in Department of Fish and Game returns billions
By Jackie Purcell: Buzzing beehives! It’s spring in Alaska!