907 Updates September 23, 2022

KTUU: Necropsy results indicate bear involved in Tuesday attack not the same as the one in Butte Fish and Game says it’s not definitive, but unlikely; Witness comes forward weeks after alleged excessive force by Alaska trooper; Mayor Bronson names new library director and more ->
KYUK: Searchers have recovered the body of one of the moose hunters who went missing near Bethel and more ->
By Kaylene Johnson, Narrated by Timothy Howard Jackson: Canyons and Ice The Wilderness Travels of Dick Griffith
Alaska Native News: Joshua Philby Jailed following Several Hit and Runs on Wednesday Morning; Interior Department Invests Over $3.3 Million from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law to Advance Wildfire Resilience in Alaska; This Day in Alaska History-September 23rd, 1928 and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: 29-year-old Bradley West taken into custody Alaska State Troopers respond to house fire; World Central Kitchen arrives to feed western Alaskans; Alaskans who have federal student loans may soon feel some relief and more ->
KINY: Rep. Eastman remains on ballot but could be disqualified after election and more ->
KRBD: Former Ketchikan mayoral candidate convicted of recklessly injuring young daughter and more ->
Alaska Highway News: B.C. report on prolific offenders says hardline enforcement is not the answer
By Megan McDonald, Only In Your State Alaska: Feast On Southern BBQ At This Unassuming But Amazing Roadside Stop In Alaska