907 Updates April 26, 2019

By Derek Minemyer: Butte residents ask Board of Equalization to act on ‘nuisance property’
By Daniella Rivera: Home surveillance systems catch crimes on camera, but video doesn’t always lead to justice
By Cassie Schirm: Bears are awake and already getting into trash
Fish and Game says the best thing to do if you see a bear hanging out in neighborhoods, in the trash or acting aggressive is to report the encounter online.
By Heather Hintze: Wasilla breaks ground on new police station
Lt. Chris Watchus said the new station will be double the size of the current one, and its more centralized location could improve response times.
KTOO Public Media: New ghost hunting TV show to premiere featuring Alaskan Hotel; Meet the first girls of Juneau Cub Scouts; Health commissioner downplays block grant idea; Former state chief medical officer Jay Butler takes job with Centers for Disease Control and more ->
Alaska Native News: House Proposal Would Prevent Legislature from Overspending Permanent Fund and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Fairbanks Four member charged with assault reaches plea deal in court; Listen Connect Help: Out of the Darkness Community Walk; IDEA Curriculum Fair will be in Fairbanks tomorrow; School principal changes for 2019 – 2020 school year; Fairbanks man indicted on federal drug trafficking charges and more ->
Only in Your State Alaska: Sip Wine And Mingle With Ghosts In One Of Alaska’s Oldest, Most Haunted Bars and more ->
Make-A-Wish: Ian Robbins Ian Robbins wanted to be a pilot and his legacy continues 15 years later.
By Jennifer Summers: Service High math teacher awarded BP Teacher of the Year
By Dave Goldman: Photos: Native Youth Olympics bring fun, sportsmanship to Anchorage
By Scott Gross: Inside the Gates: Dogs play positive role in psychological health
By Daniel Kirby & AJ Lucero: VIDEO: SUV gets stuck in large sink hole in South Anchorage
By Patrick Enslow: KTUU Sports Podcast: Alaska Sports Hall of Fame’s Harlow Robinson