907 Updates June 28, 2019

KTUU: Feds announce millions in emergency funds to fight violence in rural Alaska; Houston bans sale and use of several types of fireworks a week before 4th of July and more ->
KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Smoke advisories for interior Kenai Peninsula issued, air quality health advisory issued for Anchorage; Nonprofit museum silent on board member accused of sexual misconduct; Former superior court judge Michael Corey joins Anchorage law firm and more ->
KTOO Public Media: No fatalities reported in Ketchikan area’s third floatplane crash in 2 months; With 12 gray whale deaths in Alaska waters, biologists race to find the cause; Gardentalk – Ed answers your questions on gardening and yard care; Alaska’s investment fund approves loan fund for Alaska shipyards and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Where Would Bethel’s New Marijuana Stores Operate? More ->
Alaska Native News: Troopers, Rescue Assets Search for Missing Sport Fisherman on Willow Creek; AFN Applauds the Department of Justice’s Public Safety Emergency Declaration in Rural Alaska and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Man with machete threatens families at Pioneer Park; Shovel Creek Fire grows; others continue to burn near Fairbanks; Community members ‘biked for sight’ at fifth annual fundraiser and more ->
Mat-Su Valley Frontiersman: Houston Fire Department issues temporary fireworks ban; Departments respond to fire at a Wasilla cannabis cultivator; 3rd Cavalry touts efforts in helping Iraqis defeat ISIS; Leadership, teamwork, community service in abundance at MYOY Summit and more ->
Suzanne Downing Must Read Alaska: MRAK Almanac: Scottish Highland Games, Gathering of historic war planes