907 updates February 04, 2020

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Troopers: Palmer woman missing from group home; Black Angus Inn homicide suspect arrested in US Virgin Islands; Alaska’s Chinese community raises money for coronavirus relief efforts; Free ski program at Alyeska Resort helps disabled veterans transition; Wasilla recovery nonprofit works to bring regular needle exchange to Mat-Su; Hilcorp, Alaska Community Foundation partner to invest $5M in nonprofits and more ->
KTUU: Self defense instructors see more women turn to courses; NASA Astronaut Dr. Mae Jemison encourages ANSEP students to reach for the stars; Easy Park to push back start date for loading zone changes; 2YH: Heart disease survivor shares story of listening to your body and more ->
KTOO Public Media: Gulf of Alaska cod appears likely to lose key sustainability label; Bivouacked in staterooms, stranded ferry passengers are prisoners of state’s hospitality; Alaska Senate considers bill to dial back Pioneer Home rate hikes; Grief in Kodiak over the closure of the town’s Taco Bell, KFC and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Former Rep. Bob Herron Recovering In Anchorage After Stroke; Sen. Donny Olson Outlines Plans For State Budget, REAL ID and more ->
Alaska Native News: Four Children Missing for Two Days and One Night being Treated in Bethel for Severe Hypothermia; UPDATE: Troopers Investigate Death of Three Found in Palmer during Welfare Check Tuesday; Two Shoplifters Taken into Custody after Deploying Bear Spray on Walmart Officers and more -> DPS Training Academy Expects New All Time High;
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Structure fire on Slater St. reminds parents to keep flammable items away from children; GVEA talks about backup generator safety and more ->
By Associated Press, Seattle Times: Indigenous women advocates seek Alaska legislative help
Eurek Alert: HIT modernization crucial to improve healthcare for Native Americans and Alaska Natives Health Affairs blog calls for increased federal funding to update HIT system

Craig Medred: The lobbyists