907 Updates May 02, 2019

One bullet.
By Leroy Polk: Mat-Su foster father charged for sexually abusing minor, second such case in two weeks
By Leroy Polk & Derek Minemyer: UPDATE: Missing hiker in Eagle River found dead, authorities report
By Laura Holman: Business owner found guilty of spreading hazardous chemicals near Anchorage homeless shelter, soup kitchen
KTOO Public Media: Marie Adams Carroll became a ‘folk hero’ fighting for Iñupiat whaling rights. Now she’s in the Alaska Women’s Hall of Fame.; Public will have chance to weigh in on proposal to move Juneau City Hall; could crimp one of Alaska’s most lucrative fisheries; Senate passes budget that ignores most of Dunleavy’s cuts and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Lacking Quorum, State Board Postpones Review Of Bethel’s First Pot Shop License
Alaska Native News: Alaska Army Guardsmen Save Two Hunters after Falling through Yukon River Ice and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Military Report: FWW soldiers and spouses walk at joint college commencement; DOT&PF opens McCarthy Road to public travel; THE DAILY DISPATCH 5-1-19 and more ->
By Michalle Ma UW News: Chemical records in teeth confirm elusive Alaska lake seals are one of a kind
By Ed Rasmuson: What kind of Alaska do we want?
By Peter Zampa: Alaska World War II veterans lay wreath at memorial in Washington
By Joe Vigil: Vietnam veteran praises Honor Flight for making her feel appreciated
Sounds nice but…bears, two-legged invasive species that just love to f’ things up for everyone; how does this group propose to protect their project/habitat?
By Hank Davis: ‘King salmon swimming through Spenard’—Friends of Fish Creek push for revitalization of urban wildlife in Anchorage
By Associated Press: Nonprofit pursuing lease of Alaska’s oldest lighthouse
By KTVA Web Staff: Anchorage groups to host free summer meals for kids in need
By John Thompson: Anchorage-raised man meets ‘Avengers: Endgame’ stars
By Liz Raines: 100 Miles in May challenges Alaskans to be active
“Being active should bring you joy, and it should make you feel good,” said Robinson.

There’s still plenty of time to sign up for the challenge. To register, visit the 100 Miles in May website.