907 Updates June 29, 2019

KTUU: Governor vetoes $444 million from the budget; Organizers consider issuing emergency alert to Mt. Marathon racers; Sen. Sullivan: “The Trump administration is really listening to us, here in Alaska”; Forest Fair-goers can catch a bus this year! More ->
KTVA The Voice of Alaska: 3 dead, 1 injured in second plane crash near Moose Pass; Inside the Gates: Kentucky Air National Guardsmen train in Kachemak Bay; What to do when you encounter panhandling and more ->
KTOO Public Media: Update: Washington climber dies after Mendenhall Towers fall near Juneau; Can trauma be passed down through DNA? Researchers and Hoonah residents search for answers. More ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: For Quinhagak TPOs, Law Enforcement Training Means Feeling Prepared For Job They Were Already Doing; ADF&G Fish Bin Returns and more ->
Alaska Native News: Bicyclist Dies in Fatal Wasilla Collision, Vehicle Driver Arrested on Warrant; Bristol Bay Sends out an SOS; AFN Calls For Responsible Budgeting and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Charges filed against power of attorney and caretaker of man who died; GARDENING REPORT: The White Spotted Sawyer and more ->
The Arctic Sounder: Kotzebue hits five months of heat; Students present at national microbiology conference; Program founder promotes indigenous knowledge and more ->
By Craig Medred: The run down