907 Updates December 18, 2019

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: 3 more suspects charged in Wasilla robbery and assault; Bail set at $15,000 each for couple charged in Wasilla mail theft; Same-day visits, virtual treatment now available through Providence Alaska; Perseverance: UAA commencement speaker Rose Kruger’s journey to graduation and more ->
KTUU: Family, friends gather for vigil honoring shooting victim Jerry Sales; Next generation continues Santa Claus House legacy; A lost bible finds its way home; Alaska Native organization seeks land for 5 communities and more ->
KTOO Public Media: Sitka settles police whistleblower lawsuit for $325,000; Meals for Angoon school children hinge on regular ferry service; A relic from a century-old barge sinking has found a new resting place in Petersburg and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Bethel Principal, Accused Of Sending Sexual Texts To Girl, Goes Before A Judge; Community Resources Available Following Arrest of Bethel Elementary School Principal; More Resources On Tap For Y-K Delta Law Enforcement; As Donlin Nears End Of Permitting Process, Some Y-K Delta Tribes Are Organizing and more ->
Alaska Native News: Alaskan Wins International Competition to Name Star, Exoplanet and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Chena-Goldstream Fire & Rescue: Fighting fires when water is scarce; Every Minute Counts: Reflective signs on houses save time, could save lives in emergencies; North Pole Teacher receives national award for outstanding teachers; REAL ID-compliant ID required to board flights after October 1,2020 and more ->
Angela Gonzalez, Athabascan Woman Blog: Steps to Tanning a Moose Skin
Angela Gonzalez, Athabascan Woman Blog: Lessons from Beading 100 Pairs of Moccasins
Rasmuson Foundation: The secret of Mel Live the best life you can for as long as possible
Craig Medred: Arctic fish boom
Suzanne Downing Must Read Alaska: TRUMP GIVES FEDERAL WORKERS DEC. 24 OFF, WITH PAY and more ->