907 Updates April 11, 2019

Oxygen Chamber Therapy in Alaska Mat-Su Regional Medical Center is the only facility in the state that offers oxygen therapy as part of it’s wound care treatment center.
By Kristen Durand: Attorney General says he’ll visit Alaska to see rural justice needs in person
ANCHORAGE (KTUU) – U.S. Attorney General William Barr appeared before a Senate Appropriations Sub-committee Wednesday, on day two of a 2020 budget request hearing. Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski asked Barr where he stands on several issues pertinent to Alaska, and the Attorney General said he’s already planning a trip to The Last Frontier to see the issues himself.

Murkowski called on Barr to work with her on issues pertaining to stronger protection for Alaska Native villages, specifically dealing with sexual assault and domestic violence offenses.
By Jeremy LaGoo: Belugas are back: How you can see them in Turnagain Arm
By Chris Klint: Governor appoints new commission members after bumper sticker squabble
By Heather Hintze: New owner plans private campground along Knik River
KTOO Public Media: Meet Alice Qannik Glenn, the podcaster who’s trying to get more young Alaska Native voices on the mic; Body recovered from Mendenhall River and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Search Continues For Missing Chevak Woman; Bethel City Council Declares March 13 ‘Pete Kaiser Day,’ Pursues Federal Road Funding and more ->
Alaska Native News: First Time Rural Trooper Advanced Training Covering Topics of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assaults and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Defendants plead not guilty to charges from robbery gone wrong; PFD Raffle for Education Raises Nearly $1 million; Multi-agency investigation in Kodiak leads to federal charges against 13 individuals and more ->
By Jason Smith: ADF&G predicts more normal year for Bristol Bay’s prolific Nushagak District
By KTVA Web Staff: Murkowski, Young reintroduce coastal mapping initiative
VIDEO: 20-year-old adopted after years in foster care An Anchorage family adopts 20-year-old Mitchell Hershey. Hershey has been in foster care since he was 10-years-old.
Alaska program helps transitioning soldiers VEEP is a pre-apprenticeship training program which allows transitioning soldiers and recent veterans to receive direct entry into the NECA/IBEW Electrical Apprenticeship Program of their choice, anywhere in the US.