907 Updates October 20, 2017

Alaska tribes first in nation to take over children’s services
By Dan Carpenter: Solutions to opioid epidemic discussed at AFN
Anchorage chase ends with vehicle-theft, indecent-exposure charges
By Mike Ross: Small school success: Hope student wins competition
By Ariane Aramburo: David George signs off after 5 years on the Morning Edition
AFN Elders help identify photos
Channel 2 takes you on board the last “Milk Run” for the iconic “Combi” plane.
Duluth Trading Co. to open Anchorage store next year
Daybreak’s Adopt-A-Pet: Josey and Wee Wee
Anchorage Animal Care and Control is hosting their first Kitten Foster Program Open House on Saturday, October 21, from 1–3 pm, featuring two very special cats, Linus, fostered and adopted by AACC’s Kennel Supervisor and now AACC’s Spokescat; and Blessing, fostered, raised, and adopted by a foster “Super Mom” from the time he was only a few hours old; and a kitten currently in foster care. In addition, foster parents will be available to share their experiences with guests and answer questions regarding fostering.

Come to Open House to learn how the foster program saves lives and you may just decide to be a foster parent!
Three Alaskan women make case for 2nd Amazon HQ in Anchorage
“We may not have everything they want, but we have everything they need,” said Meg Stapleton, who is spearheading the effort.

Together, Baker, her sister Elaine Baker and Stapleton are preparing a packet of letters — stories of Alaska and the people who call it home — to send to Amazon, among proposals from dozens of cities in the U.S.
Story Time With Aunt Phil: The Story of Ruby