907 Updates April 23, 2018

One Alaska Update: Keeping up with Gov. Bill Walker 4/23/2018
Suzanne Downing Must Read Alaska: 4/23/2018
By Liz Thomas: Girl shot in upper body in Sand Lake
By Victoria Taylor: Safe taken in burglary at Birchwood Saloon
By Becky Bohrer: Trial set to begin for ex-Arizona lawmaker in Alaska killing
By Devin Kelly: Museum and pot shop proposed for old Crush Wine Bistro building in downtown Anchorage
By Tegan Hanlon: The latest language immersion program for Anchorage students: Yup’ik
Thank you Cait Rodriguez and ultra-endurance racer Lael Wilcox
By John Thompson: Girls enjoy social, physical benefits with GRIT
The program that makes this possible is called “GRIT”, an acronym for “Girls Riding Into Tomorrow,” and is the brainchild of Cait Rodriguez and ultra-endurance racer Lael Wilcox. Wilcox grew up in Anchorage and is now looking to give back to her community while inspiring the next generation of athletes in her sport.
By Scott Gross: Stylists volunteer to give students the luxury gift of haircuts
By Tegan Hanlon: Becca’s Closet in Anchorage gives free prom dresses to those who need them
So many things one could do, like finish her degree and work from home. How does a dinner for two adults and two children cost $100-?
Given the high crime in Anchorage, why are they announcing they sell stuff out of their home?

By Charles Wohlforth: Here’s why a working family in Anchorage needs food aid to get by
By Victoria Taylor: Challah bread bake brings community together
Moms Everyday Alaska Family Features: Easy weeknight seafood paella