907 Updates February 25, 2020

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Anchorage businesses have new option to recycle glass; Mat-Su Career & Technical High School students prepare for National Science Bowl; BP Teachers of Excellence: Emily Forstner; IditaREAD program kicks off at Ptarmigan Elementary; Daisy Bell used to blast Alaska avalanche slopes and more ->
KTUU: 66-year-old Anchorage man charged with arson, attempted murder for downtown firebombing; Developments in Brian Smith case, his attorney requesting 60 days to go over case work; The story behind the Alaska State Parks 50th Anniversary poster; Education List of cuts to programs will be released Tuesday by UAA and more ->
KTOO Public Media: Coast Guard workers detect high levels of hazardous gas at Foodland, prompting evacuation and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Two adults and a juvenile charged with robbery in Fairbanks over the weekend; Congressman Don Young speaks on issues from ferry system to military suicide prevention; Ft. Wainwright and Eielson Air Force Base conduct Ice Fog 20 and Golden Raven 20-1 exercises; Italian hikers rescued in Alaska after visiting infamous bus and more ->
By Margaret Bauman, The Cordova Times: New report studies impact of women in fisheries Report includes findings of Gulf of Alaska focus groups
By Casea Peterson, Only In Your State Alaska: The Story Behind These 33 Trees In Alaska May Surprise You
Craig Medred: The hunters