907 Updates February 22, 2020

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Friday night shooting leaves young person injured; Father awaiting second trial in daughter’s death will travel to Chicago; NTSB hopes for longer interview with pilot over January medevac plane crash in Unalaska; AWAIC lecture series explores link between domestic violence and homelessness; Kodiak goat dairy connects kids with their food; 2 Alaska schools named winners in Samsung Solve for Tomorrow contest and more ->
KTUU: APD: Shooting at New Seward Hwy & Fireweed; Trip to Knik Glacier quickly turns into a rescue mission; MOA says plow crews are working around the clock after holiday, stream of snowy days; ‘Grand compromise’ between bars and breweries could see big Alaska alcohol changes; ASD pilot program brings telemedicine to local schools; What’s new at Fur Rondy 2020? More ->
KTOO Public Media: Alaska oil, mining education group alleges former director stole at least $187,000; Haines Borough to charter a pair of February boat trips between Juneau and Haines and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: A Murder Acquittal Gives One Young Man His Life Back, But Miles Away, A Mother Grieves; LKSD School Board Appoints Kimberly Hankins As New Superintendent and more ->
Alaska Native News: Elderly Couple Perish in Sterling Highway Head-On Collision; Moose Wrecks Subaru in Palmer Collision; Kodiak Grand Jury Hands Down 19-Count Indictment in January Chiniak Highway Head-On Collision; Search in Klawock Drug Investigation Results in Large Stash of Meth and Heroin, One Arrested and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Fairbanks man indicted on 18 counts of sexual misconduct with underage males; R44 helicopter crashes in Denali National Park and Preserve; Local boy scout council remains strong amid national turmoil; WATCH: Senator Dan Sullivan Extended Interview; Alaska needs broad review of aviation safety, officials say; Alaska eyes options for Real ID access as deadline looms and more ->
Matt Goff, Sitka Nature: Brief Bird and Weather Note
Matt Goff, Sitka Nature: Notes from a Photo-free Day
Craig Medred: Who to believe?