907 Updates February 28, 2019

By KTUU: DEVELOPING: President Trump speaks at Elmendorf AFB during refueling after North Korea summit
By Lauren Maxwell: Kids’ Kitchen founder Elgin Jones dies at 79
One bullet.
By Kortnie Horazdovsky: Woman arrested for deadly June hit-and-run that killed pedestrian on the sidewalk
By Chris Klint: NTSB says deadly Alaska midair collision offers safety message
By Steve Quinn: Ousted judge offers change to ‘Schneider loophole’ bill
By Derek Minemyer: Palmer Police spearheading Neighborhood Watch campaign amid crime concerns
KTOO Public Media: Alaska’s oil production future could be bright, but it’s also unpredictable; As Dunleavy’s budget looms, two Alaskans see diverging futures for Mat-Su and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Bethel City Council Ups Casual Sales Limit, Commits Police Officer To Drug And Alcohol Enforcement; Students Watch As Alaska Stage Becomes Courtroom; Y-K Mushers Learn Iditarod Starting Positions Thursday Night and more ->
Alaska Native News: Landing Craft in Danger of Sinking Runs Aground South of Cape Kuliuk, Coast Guard Responds; Trooper Lunches with then Arrests Convicted Sex Offender in Violation in Nenana and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Alaska Unmanned Flight Discussed at Science for Alaska Lecture; New Surveillance Footage of Vandalism Suspect and more ->
Alaska Highway Project honors Black History Month with ‘Frozen in History’ Preserving a piece of Alaska history. Thats what one group is doing with a play Thursday.
By Sterling Miller: Back To The Past For Management Of Large Carnivores In Alaska
Alaska Highway News Hillel Italie / The Associated Press: Sedaris, Rankine among new arts academy inductees
By Don Reardon: The new Alaska apocalypse and its authors