907 Updates February 08, 2019

One bullet each.
By Heather Hintze: Remaining Grunwald murder suspects want trial moved to Fairbanks
By Daniella Rivera: Dunleavy AG to review some post-Schneider sexual assault pleas
By Heather Hintze: Sarah’s House offers Palmer women a second chance
By Joe Vigil: Alaska dive team ready to answer the call statewide
KTOO Public Media: Former Ketchikan teacher pleads guilty to sexual abuse of minor, gets six years; Harris Harbor resident found dead; How Alaska schools can help students dealing with trauma; Alaska GOP Gov. Dunleavy seeks to oust Democratic chair of oil and gas watchdog agency and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Sen. Hoffman Predicts A Long Legislative Session Since No House Speaker Elected; Finding A New Link In The Food Chain; Wind Change Pulls Curtain Back On A Future Bering Sea and more ->
Alaska Native News: Don’t Get ‘Reeled In’ by Online Fishing Company; Seismic Exploration on Hold for Arctic Refuge; Polar Bears Breathe a Sigh of Relief and more ->
Fairbanks Webcenter 11: Fort Yukon man pleads not guilty to assaulting, kidnapping his girlfriend; Men accused of leading Troopers on a high speed chase plead not guilty; American Red Cross announces partnership with Bassett Army Community Hospital; Alaska leads nation in snow machine thefts; UAA education students will be allowed to graduate and more ->
By Kristen Durand: Alaska Aviation Museum archivists assessing more than 150 artifacts damaged in the earthquake
By Julia O’Malley: How Alaska eats: Matcha crème brûlée, Valentine’s jam burgers and a big ol’ chocolate cake
By Ariane Aramburo: Illusionist Landon Swank performs magic on the Morning Edition