907 Updates January 17, 2020

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: APD seeks possible kidnapping victim; Do you know what to do if your car is stolen?; Mat-Su Regional welcomes new behavioral health unit; Longtime president/CEO of United Way of Anchorage announces retirement; MyHouse Blessing Barrel collects clothing, food for homeless teens; Beer league with a big heart: ERHL game benefits Special Olympics and more ->
KTUU: Man accused of aiming crossbow at APD officers indicted for attempted murder; Archdiocese of Anchorage names 14 people credibly accused of sexual misconduct; “Hoverboard dentist” found guilty on all counts; University of Alaska leaders get ready to make big decisions Friday; Moose Pass School is the centerpiece of its community; Outdoor Alaska: Alevins hatching at Trail Lakes Hatchery and more ->
KTOO Public Media: Cold weather freezes freight orders for small towns in Southeast Alaska; How one Anchorage business delivers 150 pizzas a week to the Alaska bush; Consultants hired by Dunleavy administration say privatizing Alaska ferries ‘not feasible’ and more ->

KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Soft Opening For Bethel’s First Marijuana Store; KYUK Live K300 Sled Dog Race Coverage Schedule and more ->

Alaska Native News: 176th Wing Completes 2,000th Rescue Mission and more ->

Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Arrest made in Fairbanks murder investigation; Troopers cite woman for killing moose eating from haystack; Fairbanks researcher discusses discovery of sulfolane eating microbe; Draft ferry study lays out options for system’s future and more ->

By Shady Grove Oliver, Arctic Sounder: Book sheds light on North Slope history through family stories

Craig Medred: Danger heating up

Suzanne Downing Must Read Alaska: Change of command as Troopers get new director; Must watch video: Drone footage of battling the Willow Creek ice dam and more ->