907 Updates May 29, 2019

KTVA/ADN: 2 Alaskans killed in airplane crash outside Whitehorse
By Heather Hintze: Vandalism closes Big Lake fish viewing platform
One bullet.
By Hank Davis: In Wasilla, Troopers make arrest for unlawful exploitation of minor
He’s currently being held at Mat-Su Pre-Trial facility without bail, pending arraignment.
By KTVA Web Staff: US attorney general in Anchorage for roundtable on Alaska Native justice
KTOO Pubic Media: Photos: Juneau residents honor fallen service members in Memorial Day ceremony; Red Carpet Concert: QUEENS, ‘Know-So’; Wrangell’s king salmon derby is canceled again, leaving locals longing; Spruce pollen blooms look ominous, but they’re nothing to sneeze at and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Restrictions To Conserve King Salmon Take Effect On Kuskokwim and more ->
Alaska Native News: Seaweed Farmers in Alaska Gear Up for Large Haul Seaweed Farmers in Alaska Gear Up for Large Haul; Red Cross Volunteers, Partners Install 959 Free Smoke Alarms in Alaska’s Homes; Anchor Point Strangling Assault Suspect Apprehended in Anchorage and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: West Valley graduate thriving after heart transplant; Man accused of sexual abuse of a minor pleads guilty to harassment; Fairbanks Child Support Services office closing permanently and more ->
By Derek Minemyer: UPDATE: Office of the Governor responds to concerns over Pioneer Homes rate increases
By Beth Verge & Kim Daehnke: Kotzebue kids travel to Anchorage for vital water safety skills session
By Hank Davis: FAA: Taquan Air could resume passenger flights this week
When Taquan Air’s passenger flights do resume, the Juneau FSDO will be tasked with incorporating multiple risk-mitigating strategies.
Gregory says the FAA also brought in two additional safety inspectors with Alaska floatplane experience to help conduct the surveillance and inspections.
The Alaksa Landmine by Jeff Landfield: The Sunday Minefield – May 26, 2019