907 Updates April 24, 2018

By Kortnie Horazdovsky: Teen charged with accidentally shooting girlfriend in shoulder

By Sean Maguire: Stolen truck recovered the same day its owner is shot at

By Zaz Hollander: Wasilla suspect throws puppy in failed attempt to escape arrest, troopers say
By KTUU News: Two arrested after stolen vehicle stalls in road
By Scott Gross: Anchorage stolen-vehicle sleuths face greater dangers
By Daniella Rivera: Feds prosecuting cases that fall into pretrial loophole
By Devin Kelly: Don’t dump your trash on this Anchorage man’s property. He’ll find you.
By Lauren Maxwell: Clitheroe Center to move after 40 years
By Liz Raines: STAR encourages Alaskans to wear jeans on Wednesday
By Tracy Sinclare: Cook Inlet belugas make their annual appearance
By Steve Quinn: Walker’s oil tax credit bond plan gets industry backing
By Kalinda Kindle: Road construction projects begin moving ahead
State of Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities 2018 Projects
By Nathaniel Herz: Alaska Legislature roundup: Lawmakers inch toward Permanent Fund deal as fights brew over Native languages, expense checks
By Richard Mauer: It’s Day 98 — do you know where your lawmaker is?
By Matt Tunseth, Alaska Star: After just a year, Salvation Army will leave Eagle River once again
By Jack Carney: Downtown parking garage nearing end of lifespan, but what’s next?
By Cleve R. Wootson Jr., The Washington Post: NASA baffled by mysterious ice circles in the Arctic
By Associated Press: Muck-filled car pulled from Chena River at notorious ice crossing
By Megan Mazurek: Teacher of the Week: Rees Miller
Moms Everyday Alaska Family Features: Pasta with spinach pesto
The National Prescription Drug Take Back Day will be this coming Saturday, April 28th. The event starts at 10:00 A.M. and ends at 2:00 P.M. Locations in the Municipality of Anchorage and the central Mat-Su Valley include the following:

Municipality of Anchorage
Providence Medical Center – 3300 Providence Drive, Entrance #4
ANTHC Healthy Communities Building – 3900 Ambassador Drive
Fred Meyer (Muldoon) – 7701 DeBarr Road
Fred Meyer (Abbott) – 2300 Abbott Road
Fred Meyer (Eagle River) – 13401 Old Glenn Highway

Central Mat-Su Valley
Fred Meyer (Wasilla) – 1501 East Parks Highway
Fred Meyer Pharmacy (Palmer) – 535 West Evergreen Ave.

In Alaska, last October’s event had 3,735 pounds of prescription medications disposed of at 18 sites across the state. A total of 912,305 pounds (456 tons) of prescription medications was disposed of across the U.S.

For further information on this event, prescription medication disposal information and to check if more locations are added, visit the DEA Office of Diversion Control’s website at: https://www.deadiversion.usdoj.gov/drug_disposal/index.html