907 Updates June 04, 2019

KTUU News: Melting glaciers create new market for Alaska tour operators; Onsite marijuana smoking could conflict with smoke-free ordinance; Alaska thins its playlist for Music on Hold project; Anchorage Little League team builds new dugouts with help of local business and more ->
KTVA News: Thunderstorms lead to flash flooding in Palmer; UA Board of Regents appoints task force for possible campus consolidation; ASD’s new apprenticeship policy to get second review; Caught on camera: Moose with calves lunges at bear and more ->
KTOO Public Media: Red Carpet Concert: Burnt Down House, ‘Weary Bones’; Dunleavy taps former aide for vacant Board of Fisheries seat; This ice cream stand was constructed out of local wood. Here’s why that’s unique. More ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Bethel City Council Member Fritz Charles Arrested For DUI; U.S. Attorney General Barr Says ‘Everything Is On The Table’ To Solve Public Safety Crisis and more ->
Alaska Native News: Alaska Congressional Delegation Applauds Justice Department Announcement on Initiative to Combat Violent Crime; Governor Dunleavy Responds to Senate Bill to Cut PFD and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: THE DAILY DISPATCH 6-3-19; Alaska joins 23 states in upholding the Second Amendment; Jury selection started for man accused of incest, sexual abuse of minors; Senate proposes $1,600 PFD and more ->
Alaska Highway News The Canadian Press: Study shows sediment from fishing choking out British Columbia’s sea sponges