907 Updates August 21-24, 2019

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Woman pleads guilty to DUI, assault charges for hitting Eagle River kids on sidewalk; Assault investigation turns into homicide case, suspect may face more charges; Judge splits trial for final 2 Grunwald murder suspects; Mat-Su residents with fire damage may qualify for property tax break; Inside the Gates: When the call comes in, National Guard is ready to help fight Alaska wildfires and more ->
KTUU: Gov. Dunleavy tours Mat-Su wildfires after making state disaster declaration; 75 years later, US World War II veterans say: Never forget; Little Ninja takes on the Warp Wall; Uschmann gives Palmer Football a leg up; The 9th Army Band and more ->
KTOO Public Media: City and Borough of Juneau loses almost $80,000 to wire fraud scam; Wrangell aims to put itself on the (virtual) map; Gardentalk – Ripe corn and woolly bear caterpillars and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: US Department of Interior Visits Bethel To Hear About Public Safety Issues From Tribal Delegates; At The Moment, Donlin Gold Isn’t Building A Mine. But It Is Building A Church and more ->
Alaska Native News: Pagopago Lelilio Sentenced for Attempted Murder and Assault of Anchorage Police Officers; Alaska Attorney General Joins Fight against Illegal Robocalls; Film Project Presents the History and Identity of Alaska; AFN Announces 2019 Convention Theme “Good Government, Alaskan Driven” and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Police chase leads to arrest of man accused of stealing $21,000 worth of equipment; Community comes together for Youth Safety Day; Brigade holds ‘Casing of Colors’ ceremony; close to 2,500 soldiers leave for deployment; Plan to improve Alaska based missiles canceled by Pentagon; 900 Teddy bears donated at the Fairbanks Memorial Hospital and more ->
The Arctic Sounder: Three rescued from waters near Kotzebue; Utqiagvik man dies in shooting; Selawik youth learn job skills through conservation program and more ->
Barbara Brown, Our Third Thirds: My Car of the Future
By Craig Medred: The upside
Alaska Highway News Jean-Benoit Legault / The Canadian Press: Canadian researcher says new study suggests autism overdiagnosed
Capital City Weekly: A Tiny Desk concert, stand-up comedy and a documentary screening: Here’s what’s happening this week
Sunday, Aug. 25

Someone You Love: The HPV Epidemic, 3-5 p.m., University of Alaska Southeast Egan Lecture Hall Room. 112, 11120 Glacier Highway. This is a free public screening of the documentary “Someone You Love: The HPV Epidemic.” It will be followed by a Q&A with gynecologic oncologist Dr. Hardesty of Alaska Women’s Cancer Care and representatives from the nonprofits Let Every Woman Know and the American Cancer Society.