Tag: AK News

907 Updates: Diane M. Senneff, one of the first women scientists to work at Bell Aerospace – The Buffalo News

May 10, 1941-March 22, 2017 Diane M. Senneff, a pilot and one of the first women to work at Bell Aerospace as a scientist, died Wednesday in her Town of Tonawanda home following a brief illness. She was 75. A graduate of Mount Mercy Academy and the former Rosary Hill College where she earned a degree in chemistry, she worked…

Source: Diane M. Senneff, one of the first women scientists to work at Bell Aerospace – The Buffalo News

907 Updates April 04, 2017

 

 

 

 

Paul took this photo April 2, 2017. He was standing across from the Nissan Dealership on Old Swd & Int’l.

 

907 Updates April 03, 2017

By Associated Press: Seward Highway crash kills one Anchorage woman, 3 others injured

 

 

 

By Associated Press: Girl buried, injured by snow sliding off roof in Alaska

 

 

By Ted Fioraliso: Sen. Murkowski: It’s called Essential Air Service for a reason

 

 

907 Updates April 02, 2017

By KTUU Staff: ‘Several large sheens’ observed after leak at Cook Inlet oil platform

 

By Cameron Mackintosh and Dave Brooks: High school students tackle Alaska budget deficit in statewide debate tournament

 

 

 

 

 

907 Updates April 01, 2017

By Beth Verge: Palmer addiction treatment center comes as surprise to some locals

 

 

By Kyle Hopkins / KTUU: Police expect to release update soon on James Dale Ritchie investigation

 

 

 

Juneau avalanche video Friday March 31

 

Raven’s Roost Co-Housing

 

 

 

907 Updates March 31, 2017

Sen. Susan Collins of Maine and Sen. Lisa Murkowski of Alaska were the only Republicans to vote against the bill.
By Travis Khachatoorian: Restrictive bill targeting Planned Parenthood passes, without help from Alaska senator

 

By Cameron Mackintosh and Phil Walczak: ‘I’m lucky to be alive’ Avalanche victim shares story of survival

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Twice In A Lifetime: It Must Be Good
Great friends of ours recently bought their first cruising boat.
In the nautical world, this is recognized as a dark and lamentable turning point in anyone’s life.

 

 

 

907 Updates March 30, 2017

 

 

 

 

 

Kemppel says the foundation’s goal is to give out $10 million over the next 10 years. For more information, visit the foundation’s website at alaskacf.org.

Good Samaritans help driver following Glenn Hwy rollover

Traffic moved slowly along the inbound Glenn Highway Wednesday morning following significant overnight snowfall. Many parts of the Anchorage area have received 5 to 8 inches of spring snow overnight into Wednesday morning. As of 12 p.m., snow was still coming down across much of the area. One driver, heading into Anchorage on the Glenn …

Source: Good Samaritans help driver following Glenn Hwy rollover | KTVA 11

Teacher of the Week: Wendy Barnes | KTVA 11

Wendy Barnes learned as a teenager that you should never take anything for granted. When she was 18 years old, she taught sick kids at a hospital in Chernobyl. She said the experience was an eye opener. Years later, as a kindergarten teacher at Tyson Elementary, that lesson still holds true. “You have no idea …

Source: Teacher of the Week: Wendy Barnes | KTVA 11

907 Updates March 29, 2017 Gang graffiti grows in east Anchorage

An east Anchorage neighborhood near Russian Jack Springs Park is plagued with gang-related graffiti. Spray-painted symbols and words related to the Crips, Bloods and other gangs line a number of fences near the intersection of Reka Drive and Bragaw Street. “Graffiti is the first sign that you’ve got an issue in your neighborhood,” said Scott …

Source: Gang graffiti grows in east Anchorage, former APD officer weighs in on solutions | KTVA 11