907 Updates February 20, 2019

By Elizabeth Roman: Barratt Inn guest arrested for assaulting woman walking to her room
By Hank Davis: FEMA explains why payouts for earthquake damage are much smaller than expected for some
KTVA: Biologists recruit Anchorage residents for moose survey
Moose sightings Friday morning through 5 p.m. Sunday can be reported online at www.adfg.alaska.gov , by phone at (907) 267-2530, or by text at (907) 782-5051.

Reports should include the number of moose, time of sighting, and moose location.
KTOO Public Media: Watch live: 2019 State of the Judiciary address; House committees organize, five weeks after session began; With winter snow trails, North Slope Borough hopes to offer residents a safe path over tundra and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Rep. Zulkosky Serving On House Health And Social Services, Education, Energy Committees and more ->
Alaska Native News: Troopers Catch Cantwell Hit and Run Driver ‘Engaged in Lewd Act’ along Parks Highway; New Stuyahok Man Arrested for Burglary/Vehicle Theft after Attempting to Break into Jail and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Accused Killer in Cold Case Fights Extradition; Young comments on national emergency declaration; Dunleavy Proposes Slashing Public Assistance Program and more ->
By Liz Raines: Documentary profiles ‘Japanese Schindler’ who saved thousands during WWII
By Cassie Schirm: 4.4 aftershock damages Point MacKenzie farmer’s business
“When bad things happen, I can’t change that,” said Hale. “I can’t change the fact that the greenhouse collapsed, but I can control how I react to it.”
By Matt Tunseth: Chugiak woman’s children’s book a ‘Dream’ endeavor
Rita Pitka Blumenstein Day celebration
By Beth Verge: For King Cove High School, girls basketball reigns