907 Updates February 21, 2020

KTUU: Alaska Department of Corrections discusses plans to keep inmates in state; Former dispatcher files lawsuit against City of Nome, alleging failure to investigate sexual assault; Real ID deadline fast approaching, ‘mixed experiences’ with tribal alternative; SOY Toddler Sing along and more ->
KTOO Public Media: Short on officers, Haines mulls ending 24-hour police service; ‘Much of Alaska’s history is not here anymore’: The National Archives are moving again, this time even farther away; What foods do Iditarod mushers pack? Trail mix, chile relleno — and pork for the dogs; Outdoor Alaska: Winter birding with Mr. Whitekeys and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Bethel Police Identify One Suspect, A Minor, In ALASKAbuds Break-In And Burglary; Bethel’s Tundra Suites Hotel Owner Pleads Guilty To Medicaid Fraud; It Takes A Lot Of Help To Plow The Longest Ice Road Ever and more ->
Alaska Native News: Moose Wrecks Subaru in Palmer Collision; Search in Klawock Drug Investigation Results in Large Stash of Meth and Heroin, One Arrested; Kodiak Grand Jury Hands Down 19-Count Indictment in January Chiniak Highway Head-On Collision; Winter Journey along the Yukon River and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Military Report: Army cooks serve their country by serving others; Fairbanks author Craig Martelle merges business sense and creativity to self-publish bestselling books and more ->
The Arctic Sounder: Northwest Arctic welcomes Iron Dog 2020 and more ->
By Courtney, Only In Your State Alaska: These 17 Rare Photos Show Alaska’s Mining History Like Never Before
Suzanne Downing, Must Read Alaska: Juneau’s wearable art pageant shrinks in age of political correctness and more ->
Craig Medred: Yukon ordeal