907 Updates June 06, 2019

KTVA News: Charging docs: Teen ‘blacked out,’ burned gun used to shoot 19-year-old Cynthia Hoffman; Hemp pilot program moves Alaska closer to legal production; Fairbanks area pet owners warned of fatal disease spread by hares; Inside the Gates: Military veterans flock to Anchorage for 2019 Golden Age Games; Anchorage senator proposes $900 PFD check; Workforce Wednesday: Young Alaskans train as summer guides for railroad and more ->
KTUU News: What happened to CeeCee? A daughter’s disappearance, her murder, and a father’s quest for answers; Lightning sparks 3 wildfires in Southwest Alaska Tuesday; State awards contract to study Medicaid block grant system; Glenn Highway commuters, expect Southbound shoulder closures for expansion project and more ->
KTOO Public Media: Haines athletes go for gold at National Senior Games; As some sea star populations make a comeback, scientists may have found cause of ‘wasting disease’; Red Carpet Concert: Justin Smith, ‘Rolling Tune’ and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Bethel City Council Member Fritz Charles Released, Hearing Set For July; Bethel City Council To Vote On Approving FY 2020 Budget At Next Regular Meeting and more ->
Alaska Native News: Napakiak Man Arrested in 2018 City Burglary and Safe Theft; Early Lives of Alaska Sockeye Salmon Accelerating with Climate Change and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Military Report: UAF provides fee waiver to deploying soldiers; Defendant in sexual abuse case takes the stand; Accurately defining pain and more->