907 Updates July 11, 2018

By Matt Tunseth: 20-year-old charged with third police assault since September after officer stuck by needle
By Zaz Hollander: ‘A good outcome’: Floatplane crashes near Ketchikan with only minor injuries to 11 aboard
By Zaz Hollander: NTSB: Locator beacon turned off on small plane that crashed, killing Salcha couple
By KTVA: $100K in damages in Mt. View Elementary playground fire
By Devin Kelly: Tie votes, then a show of magnanimity: Ira Perman picked as interim West Anchorage assemblyman
By Richard Mauer: Governor’s race heats up as the primary election looms
By KTVA: No bids for Spenard Palm Tree
By Steve Meyer | Alaska guns & hunting: Old outdoors magazine brings back memories of Kenai River legend
By Laurel Downing Bill: Story Time with Aunt Phil: The Skagway Streetcar
By Maura Judkis, The Washington Post: Costco is taking Polish hot dogs off its food court menu. Fans are grieving – and angry.
By Mizelle Mayo: Artistic passions bring local artists to The Writer’s Block
By KTVA: Kikkan Randall diagnosed with breast cancer
Alaska’s Breast & Cervical Health Check program (BCHC)
Assists eligible women get breast and cervical health screenings. BCHC enrollees get free mammograms and pap tests. BCHC also pays for diagnostic tests when needed, and helps women get referred for financial support if they need treatment.
Moms Everyday Alaska Andrew Skipper: Decorating in small spaces