907 Updates March 05, 2019

By Chris Klint: Woman accused of attacking man with cane in Spenard assault
At a Monday arraignment, Kashatok was held on a total of $23,000 bail. If she is released, she will be placed under Pretrial Enforcement Division supervision and house arrest, with a judge ordering that she have no contact with the victim.
By Daniella Rivera: The Daily 5: Mushers close in on Nikolai, a bird’s eye view of the trail & an Iditarod forecast
By Derek Minemyer: Proposal to foster patriotism in Anchorage schools brings tears and heated exchanges, but no vote by school board
KTOO Public Media: Winter storms flood houses in Y-K Delta and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Manager’s Corner: KYUK Receives Funding To Digitize Historic Footage; Y-K Delta’s Mushing Culture Shows In Iditarod and more ->
Alaska Native News: HH-60G Pavehawk Plucks Injured Skier from Hatcher Pass; Fire Marshals Investigate Cause of Fatal Aniak House Fire; Kwethluk Man Arrested on Assault Charges, Sexual Assault Charges Pending and more ->
Fairbank News Webcenter 11: Final Two Suspects in Grunwald Murder Case Will Have Trial in Fairbanks; New FPD Show Being Filmed; ‘March Fourth to the future’ is the start of a National campaign aiming to help families better prepare for college expenses and more ->
By Submitted News: Senate passes bill to recognize ‘Hidden Figures’ women
By Associated Press: State officials propose Pioneer Home rate increases
By Shawn Wilson: Alaskan athlete prepares for Special Olympics World Summer Games in Abu Dhabi
By Rebecca Palsha: A postcard from McGrath: Meet a beader who’s her own boss
By John Thompson: Head of the Class: Gerald Ramos
By Elizabeth Roman: Teachers tour sled dog kennel during Iditarod Conference for Educators
By Kristen Durand: Habitat for Humanity home dedicated to first-time homeowners in Anchorage
By Erin Spencer: WalletHub Maps 2019 Best & Worst States For Women
By Associated Press: Agreement permanently conserves Alaska island near Kodiak
A coastal defense fort was constructed on the island during World War II. The defensive structures were later abandoned but remain visible.