907 Updates February 27, 2020

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Beauty professionals concerned over board’s decision to remove practical licensing exam; Inside the Gates: Sullivan bill recognized for helping veterans exposed to Middle East burn pits; YMCA of Alaska offers personal finance course; Student finalists announced in possible city seal redesign; President Trump wants more vocational education. Here’s how Anchorage schools take students from classroom to career; Ravn offers flights for DMV employees to help rural Alaskans get Real IDs and more ->
KTUU: UPDATE: 3 suspects arrested after barricading themselves in a home for about six hours; Ketchikan business ‘closed indefinitely’ after landslide early Thursday morning; Mirror Lake community holds surprise event for foster families; Is the CDC calling you? It may not be a scam; Snowmachine teams are part of winter routine for Anchorage Police Department; DOT announces two private ferry trips with state service halted; 2020 Fur Rendezvous Open World Championships will feature one of mushing biggest names; Department of Fish and Game announces new fishing restrictions for coming season and more ->
KTOO Public Media: Feds nab 82 illegal guns after months of investigating drug traffickers; Cruise ships dumped more than 3 million pounds of trash in Juneau last year; Amid the ferry shutdown, an Angoon school asked the Coast Guard to deliver food; Alaska state lawmaker wants to name new icebreaker ‘Polar Bear’ and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Preliminary Report On Tuntutuliak Plane Crash Released; Yute Promises Stricter Flight Restrictions; Bethel Has A New City Manager And City Attorney and more ->
Alaska Native News: 2018 Felony Level Sex Offenses; Anchorage Man Sentenced for Possession of Child Pornography; Alaska Senate Approves Update of Alcohol Industry Rules; Bristol Bay Organization’s Oral Arguments in EPA Bristol Bay Protections Lawsuit to Begin March 2 and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Military Report: Fairbanks students sworn into military by Army Astronaut in space; Alaska Marine Highway System announces interim passenger service; USDA to host webinar advising poultry farmers on keeping their flocks disease free and more ->
The Arctic Sounder: Professor speaks out after his kids find traditional dishes listed in book of ‘disgusting’ foods and more ->
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