907 Updates June 29, 2021

KTUU Alaska’s News Source: 2 people uninjured from plane crash in Kenai National Wildlife Refuge; Veteran musher Aliy Zirkle thanks first responders, details her accident on the Iditarod trail The longtime musher recalled her rescue from the trail after being injured in a crash during this year’s race; NTSB announces the probable cause of the sunken Scandies Rose; Where fireworks are allowed for the July Fourth weekend, and how to use them safely; Nature’s bounty: Alaska’s edible flowers and more ->
KTOO Alaska’s News Media: Forest Service searches for deadly frog fungus on Mitkof Island; LISTEN: Why supply shortages are rippling across Alaska and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Is Your Sand Legal?; Federal Wildlife Officers Issue Zero Citations During State Fishing Opener and more ->
Alaska Native News: This Day In Alaska History June 29th, 1978 and more ->
KINY: Cooper Landing, Alaska (KINY) – A hiker in Cooper Landing was attacked by a sow brown bear after he encountered her and her two cubs on the Kenai River Trail Sunday evening.; Sexual assault cold case investigation leads to arrest of Saxman man; The Coast Guard reminds boaters not to use flares as fireworks during this year’s Fourth of July celebrations, and to report accidental flare discharges.; Local tree service rescues paraglider from mountain canopy and more ->
Craig Medred: Key to longer life
Nicole Merton, Cal State Fullerton: Student Photographer Captures Plight of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women