907 Updates June 07, 2019

KTVA News: Veteran volunteer group clears dead trees at Talkeetna’s Battle Dawgs camp; Movie in the Park comes to Downtown Anchorage; UAA looks to expand nursing school to help with increasing demand for nurses in Alaska and more ->
KTUU News: Two murders, two minors, and a case for charging juveniles as adults; Mayor Ethan Berkowitz defends city response to illegal homeless camps; Anchorage woman finds biological father through ancestry test; APD graduates 16 recruits from academy; Alyeska Resort’s downhill mountain bike park opens for the season and more ->
KTOO Public Media: New book reveals the history and ephemera of salmon canneries in Southeast Alaska; Gardentalk – Summer’s second planting season now underway and more->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Wildfire Burns 80 Acres Near Napaimute; June Fishing Openings In Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge and more ->
Alaska Native News: The Sound of Silence in Russell Fjord; Alaska Army National Guard Engineers Train with Romanian Counterpart and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Morning News Update A 6-07; Banks of Chena River Restoration project underway; UA Board of Regents announce student representative and more ->
The Homer Tribune: Homer surpasses 100 million steps goal; Eco-friendly bus company debuts on Peninsula; HCOA recognizes community participation in arts; Literary reading festival set for June 15 and more ->
The Arctic Sounder: Selawik holds walk for life; Seaweed farms grow as mariculture gains popularity and more ->
Julia O’Malley: Come write and eat with me in JUNEAU!