907 Updates September 22, 2022

KTUU: Elderly man claims Alaska State Trooper used excessive force, AST disagrees Soldotna senior Bob Bodell was tased, maced, and struck twice during a melee with a rookie trooper; Mat-Su school district passes policy implementing daily moment of silence in classrooms and more ->
KTOO: Alaska has the highest rate of women killed by men in the nation for the 7th year in a row; ‘Some of them just disappeared’: Essential pieces of life in Nome were lost in the storm; Skyrocketing airfares have Unalaska residents wondering if they can stay and more ->
KYUK: Hooper Bay families displaced by the flood search for a permanent solution; National Guard troops land in Bethel before deploying to help with storm damage and more ->
Alaska Native News: Caught in a major storm, UAF researchers make the best of it; This Day in Alaska History-September 22nd, 1898 and more ->
KINY: Sukteeneidí Honor Totem Pole raised on Prince of Wales Island; Juneau police investigating Brotherhood Bridge homicide case; AP: Waiting for takeoff, her heart stopped, flight attendants came to the rescue.; Vaccine mandate for Head Start overturned and more ->
KRBD: Ketchikan High School selected as the only Alaska school to produce Broadway’s “Frozen” and more ->
KUCB: Aleutian Airways gets FAA approval to begin service to Unalaska’s Tom Madsen Airport and more ->