907 Updates June 09, 2022

KTUU Alaska’s News Source: Police investigating pair of deaths in Fairview neighborhood; Two Fairbanks men charged with murder; Thunderstorms knock out power for many Kenai Peninsula residents; Lightning strike burns roof of Wasilla hotel and more ->


KTOO Alaska’s Public Media: Report documenting boarding school deaths, abuse and loss of culture is a good first step, advocates say; National advocates support Alaska foster children’s appeal over state taking their social security benefits; Juneau doubles down on its rejection of The Glory Hall’s downtown affordable housing plans and more ->


KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: St. Mary’s and Pitka’s Point ready their communities for fire evacuation and more ->

Alaska Native News: This Day In Alaska History June 9th, 1912 and more ->


Fairbans News Webcenter 11: “Angels” fly high once again as U.S Army resurrects WWII 11th Airborne Division in Alaska and more ->

KINY: Juneau man arrested for 1st degree sexual abuse of a minor; Winners named for Sealaska Heritage Institute’s Juried Art Show and Competition; Interior phasing out plastic water bottles at national parks and more ->

KFSK: Petersburg to pursue remote state dock, boat ramp; Petersburg hosts two for top fire/EMS job Petersburg hosts two for top fire/EMS job; Borough looks to medical center for assisted living management and more ->


KRBD: Ketchikan assembly restores funding to local LGBTQ group, overriding mayor’s veto; Klawock business figures ponder a future with large cruise ships and more ->

KUCB: Army corps makes plans to clean contaminated soil at WWII sites in Unalaska Valley and more ->


Chugach Alaska Corporation: The Nuuciq Spirit Camp 2022 application deadline has been extended through Friday, June 10.
Slots are still available for attendees for both July 9–16 and July 16–23. Camp staff applications are still open for Head Cook and Anchorage Point of Contact. Go to the CHF website to submit your application today!