907 Updates June 21, 2019

KTUU: Armed carjacking suspects arrested in Wasilla; $9.5M in capital budget to study groundwater contamination across Alaska; ‘Wedding cake church’ opens doors to congregation after a decade of building; Denali Highway Grayling Fishing Report and more ->

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Amazon Air coming to Anchorage, speeding up package delivery; Palmer company uses beetles for high-protein cookies; Researchers hunt for ticks in Anchorage parks; Alaska foreclosure rate nearing historic low and more ->

KTOO Public Media: Ex-manager of Juneau’s Bergmann Hotel sentenced on meth charges; Federal audit finds gaps in Alaska ‘critical incident’ reporting; Gardentalk – Preparing your picked peonies for a perfect, prolonged presentation and more ->

KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Body Recovered From River Below Crowley Dock; YKHC Offering Reward For Information On Who Stole Hospital Truck And Set It On Fire; Fishing Regulations On The Kuskokwim: Do They Restrict Yup’ik Culture Or Preserve it? More ->

Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Man accused of sexually abusing a minor pleads not guilty; Borough mayor orders searchable name fields removed from online property database; Indian Affairs Committee considers law enforcement & public safety bills; Dept. of the Interior distributes $30 million to local Alaskan governments through the P.I.L.T. program; Military Report: Local soldiers benefit from B.O.S.S. program and more ->

The Homer Tribune: Crews battle Swan Lake fire; Wordsmiths gather for 18th annual writers’ conference; Summer Blooms and more ->

The Arctic Sounder: From tundra to table and more ->

Mat-Su Valley Frontiersman: Safe and sound? Security, broadcasting concerns still remain prior to WMS special session slated to start July 8; DoD seeks feedback from Airmen, families on Housing Resident Bill of Rights and more ->

Suzanne Downing Must Read Alaska: Victim of homicide: Chris Lebert; Alaska Life Hack: Solar energy growing in 49th State; MRAK Almanac: The ‘sleep when we die’ edition and more ->
Julia O’Malley: How Alaska eats: What Juneau about eating in Juneau?