907 Updates April 10, 2019

By Hank Davis: Anchorage businesses remain unsafe to occupy due to earthquake damage
By Rebecca Palsha: Cars, liquor bottles and more shoes than you can count–Anchorage faces a filthy spring
By Heather Hintze: Illegal dumping plagues Mat-Su Borough
By MARK THIESSEN: 2 Alaska human rights commission members resign
By Cassie Schirm: Anchorage Assembly passes ordinance limiting smoking near playgrounds
KTOO Public Media: Juneau considers allowing pot cafes inside licensed retailers; Dunleavy calls for action on constitutional amendments, crime bills; Busiest cruise ship season ever for Nome expected this summer and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Bethel City Council Considers Declaring March 13 ‘Pete Kaiser Day’, Changing Housing Regulations and more ->
Alaska Native News: Two Arrested during Soldotna Property Recovery Monday and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: HEALTH REPORT: Fairbanks Resident recognized for advocacy against child abuse and neglect; Fairbanks City Council postpones decision on marijuana on-site consumption and more ->
By Jennifer Summers: Alaska student gets national award for leadership and volunteerism
By Lauren Maxwell: Some bunny to love: An Anchorage shop’s 37-year tradition of Easter chocolates
By Shawn Wilson: UAA program promotes Sexual Assault Awareness and Action Month
Interactive game highlights sexual assault awareness UAA promoted information to students about sexual assault awareness and action month.
PRNewswire: Wade Bryson’s New Book “Minimum Wage to Millionaire” is an Inspiring Account of the Author’s Journey to Personal and Professional Success