907 Updates August 16, 2019

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: APD seeks public’s help locating suspect in attempted sex assaults at Chester Creek Trail; 2 accused of 2016 ‘ninja’ murders found guilty; What to do when there’s an active shooter; Alaska National Guard breaks ground on new $24 million facility; 4 bodies recovered from fatal plane crash site on Goat Mountain near Girdwood, troopers say and more ->
KTUU: Eastbound International at Jewel Lake closed due to fatal accident; 3rd Ave. business owners say they’re seeing a new element in homelessness; Alaska-based researchers collaborate with NASA; Nationwide program teaching teenagers emergency prep comes to Alaska; Allie Ostrander named Mountain West Female Athlete of the Year for 3rd straight year; Employees past and present gather to say goodbye as Nordstrom shuts its doors and more ->

KTOO Public Media: Golden North Salmon Derby suspended over wind safety concerns and more ->
Alaska Native News: Ketchikan Man Arrested on Theft Charges when Caught Throwing Away Stolen Access Devices; Wildlife Troopers Name Patrol Vessel in Honor of Longtime Support Staff; Northern Wheatears now on Remarkable Journey; UAF Research Looks for Prime Time to Harvest Firewood and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Steven Downs arraigned in Fairbanks, defense attorneys visit crime scene; Fairbanks Police Department drone operations take flight; Military Report: Greek tragedy performed to bridge topic of suicide prevention with deploying soldiers; F-35 community impact discussed at University of Alaska Fairbanks; What’s Happening at Pioneer Park: Monday Markets and SS Nenana Day and more ->
The Homer Tribune: Zucchinis take center stage at Farmers Market; Bodywork practitioners offer a path to health; Gallery aims to be first EV charging station; Krohn takes over as KBBI’s new general manager and more ->
Craig Medred: Be afraid
Suzanne Downing Must Read Alaska: MRAK Almanac: Fairs and festivals this weekend and more ->