907 Updates February 01, 2019

By KTVA Web Staff: Palmer teen now charged with murder, manslaughter
Judge Craig Condie set Flowers’ bail at $100,000.
By Associated Press: Alaska State Troopers arrest coach suspected of smoking pot
By Leroy Polk: Pounds of meth mailed from Washington to Alaska, stuffed in a cookie tin
By Victoria Taylor: YMCA faces thousands in earthquake damages, closes Lake Otis gym
The non-profit didn’t have earthquake insurance; Parker said even if it had, the deductible would have been more than $2 million.
By Daniella Rivera: Wife of rock slide victim calls for action, DOT says fix slated for 2020
By Grant Robinson: Sex trafficking victim advocates see benefits of recent laws, urge continued diligence
By Scott Gross: Eielson F-35s drive rise in Alaska military construction
KTOO Public Media: Search suspended for missing plane near Kake; After scathing audit, Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority says fixes are underway; Crafting a story of romance and resiliency with Tongass bowls and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: State To Hold Public Hearings In Y-K Delta For Proposed Pipeline Right Of Way; Calista Corporation Mailing 1099 Forms To Shareholders; Stay Off Initial River Trail Plowed From Bethel To Aniak and more ->
Alaska Native News: Governor Dunleavy Welcomes Presidential Disaster Declaration Governor Dunleavy Welcomes Presidential Disaster Declaration; Alaska Congressional Delegation Applauds Presidential Declaration for Earthquake Recovery and more ->
Webcenter 11 Fairbanks News: Local celebrities ready to roast former Gov. Bill Walker; Alaska’s Eskimo Ninja visits Interior schools; Man accused of strangling mother, living with dead body pleads not guilty; Community members learn at ‘Youth Mental Health First Aid Training’ and more->
By Angela Krenzien: Alaska Zoo’s polar bear couple gets first-time face time