907 Updates January 10, 2019

By Chris Klint: Fairbanks trailer fire kills 2-year-old girl
By Chris Klint: 2 drivers dead, Tudor Road closed in head-on crash
By Leroy Polk: Man arrested on Eielson Air Force Base for assault of woman, young girls, troopers say
By KTVA Web Staff: Alaska marks Law Enforcement Appreciation Day
By Jill Burke: Building Inspectors: Eagle River home construction “substantially deficient”
By Sean Maguire: Midtown mall deemed unsafe to occupy weeks after M7.0 earthquake
KTOO Public Media: What’s in a name? After student push, Juneau-Douglas High School adds Tlingit name: Yadaa.at Kalé; Fairbanks’ famously severe cold snaps are getting less cold and more rare and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: New Bethel Liquor Store Open For Business, K300 Adds Three New Awards To Prize Docket and more ->
By Kristen Durand: Triad in the skies: Behind the scenes of the Alaska Air National Guard’s rescue operations
By Derek Minemyer: Diabetic Alaskans want government accountability as insulin prices skyrocket
Dennis says his copay for insulin is through the roof. “A three-month supply for nine vials, the last time I went through my insurance, was something like $720,” he said.

He said he’s had to look elsewhere to afford the medication he needs to live; in some cases, driving 700 miles across the border into Canada, and down to Whitehorse, where he said he can buy a vile of insulin for $28. He wonders why such a disparity exists between American and Canadian insulin prices.