907 Updates July 27 & 28, 2022

KTUU: Woman airlifted to Anchorage after boat explosion in Whittier; Anchorage police arrest man after Sunday shooting in Spenard; 7 survive plane crash on Lake Hood; Anchorage woman collecting donations for Centennial Campground and more ->

KTOO: The Aleutian tern may be Alaska’s most imperiled seabird; Ironman Alaska athletes are scrambling to get their bikes to Juneau and more ->

KYUK: KYUK to receive $350,000 grant to digitally preserve and catalog decades of archival material and more ->

Alaska Native News: Wasilla Man Arrested for Multiple Catalytic Converter Thefts at Wasilla Area Park and Rides; 21-Year-Old Ketchikan Man Arrested on California Extradition Warrant in Carjacking Case; Active AST Search for Jeremy Davis on Lake Iliamna Changed to Reactive; Scientists to set sail in search of Bering Sea’s stormy past; This Day in Alaska History-July 27th, 1912; July 28th, 1899 and more ->

Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Triple Homicide reported in Fairbanks Tuesday evening and more ->


The Arctic Sounder: Two Inupiaq Miss WIEIO winners reflect on confidence, culture preservation and more ->

KINY: Vet’s Appreciation Dinner set for Friday at Juneau Yacht Club; Gov. Dunleavy to sign Tribal Recognition bill, State-Tribal Education Compact bill, crime bills Thursday; As last big cable carrier drops One America News, Alaska’s GCI hangs on and more ->


The Seward Journal July 27 to Auguast 02, 2022

KFSK: Petersburg teen restarts cancer treatment in Seattle and more ->

KRBD: Tribal IDs should work at airports. But travelers say the TSA often rejects them. And more ->
Must Read Alaska: Podcast with XTRATUF’s chief executive officer. All things XTRATUF and a big giveaway of product.


Craig Medred: Deadly fun