907 Updates August 17 & 18, 2019

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: 2 self-defense techniques from a world champion jiu jitsu fighter; Homeless movement relocates to Cuddy Park in Midtown; Hundreds of jellyfish washing up along Kenai Peninsula beaches and more ->

KTUU: Off-duty APD officer arrested, charged with operating under the influence; No injuries after condo fire in Eagle River; AK Railroad north of Denali closed; Community groups breathing life back into the Williwaw neighborhood. More ->

KTOO Public Media: ‘Molly of Denali’ creators help Juneau kids find their own voices and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Set Plans For Moving Napakiak School Fuel Tanks Will Develop At Pace Of Erosion, According To LKSD and more ->
Alaska Native News: Remains of Shelly Ingram Located in Houston Friday; Coast Guard issues Administrative Order to Lower Kuskokwin School District; Scent Brings Songbirds to the Yard and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Man accused in Alaska cold case murder faces second bail hearing; Community help for veterans at ‘Fairbanks Veterans Stand Down’ on Saturday; Second Red Flag of the summer at Eielson comes to an end; Smokejumpers use sewing to help them fight fires; Crews reopen Denali park road, tourist buses begin to return; Gardening Report: Quack Grass and more ->
The Arctic Sounder: Joint celebration honors 2018 whaling quota decision and more ->
By Katherine Rose, KCAW: Sitka Assembly takes no action on police investigation
Rasmuson Foundation: Welcome 2019 Grantmakers Tour of Alaska
By Leah Ward, The Globe: Sibling authors stop at Murray County Fair on book tour