907 Updates April 17, 2019

By Shayne Nuesca: Providence Drive closed as road crews continue repairing sinkhole
By KTVA Web Staff: Troopers make alleged motorcycle thief return ride to its owner
By Leroy Polk: Former Gov. Bill Walker’s son chases, restrains attempted kidnapper until police arrive
By Scott Gross: Is living in Alaska enough to keep teachers long-term?
By Leroy Polk: Another Human Rights Commission member resigns over bumper sticker controversy
KTOO Public Media: Cost to move Legislature could be up to $45 million if state builds office, analysts find; Builders in Anchorage await a mini-boom from earthquake repairs; To stay or to go? Anchor Point parents and teachers grapple with potential school closure. More ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: American Ninja Warriors Nate DeHaan And Nick Hanson Talk Friendship And Representing Rural Alaska; Murkowski Calls For Many ‘Silver Bullets’ To Tackle Climate Change and more ->
Alaska Native News: KeyBank Employee who stole $4.2 Million from Vault to be Sentenced April 29th; World’s Northern-most Golf Tournament a Major Success and more ->

Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Fairbanks police chief finalists attend public forum, police shortage a main topic; BLM AFS and U.S. Army Alaska to Conduct Prescribed Burn East of Fairbanks and more ->
By Megan McDonald: This 277 Acre U-Pick Vegetable Farm In Alaska Is The Perfect Way To Spend An Afternoon
Chugiak Eagle River Star: Local women ready for Miss USA, Miss USA Teen competitions
By Laura Ojeda Melchor: 3 Alaska Native Poets For You To Read ASAP
By KTVA: Alaska leads nation in new farmers
By Liz Raines: Travel Tuesday: A road trip through Alaska’s ‘treasured tiny towns’