907 Updates July 19 & 20, 2021

KTUU Alaska’s News Source: Anchorage man arrested after high-speed chase on Parks Highway; Anchorage engineer is developing a way to turn ocean plastic into building material; Growing Alaska: Planting the right variety of fruit trees for the climate and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: LKSD Students Can Earn High School And College Credits In New ANSEP Program and more ->
Alaska Native News: Driver in Saturday’s Fatal Rollover in Soldotna Charged with Murder; This Day In Alaska History July 19th, 1917, July 20th, 1917 and more ->
KSTK: Wrangell and Petersburg join together to raise money for congenital heart defect research and more ->
KFSK: Why the search for invasive crab species ‘matters to all of us’ and more ->
By Tom Kizzia For the Homer News: Homer Foundation at 30: Three women helped build Homer Foundation — and Homer Heath, Bittner and Epperson helped created Homer’s community foundation.
By Alex DeMarban, ADN: Open & Shut: A bike apparel boutique for women and a late-night diner open, while the Bradley House and a taco truck end their run
Craig Medred: Biggest epidemic
Suzanne Downing, Editor, Must Read Alaska: Monday Newsletter – Greatest weekend ever?
By Michael R Dougherty, Anchorage Memories: Anchorage’s First Live Network Television Broadcast
Were You Watching 52 Years Ago on July 20th 1969?
Anchorage TV stations brought you the moon landing on the first live network TV broadcast seen in Alaska.
By Megan McDonald, Only In Your State Alaska: Take A Ride On The Longest Zipline In Alaska At Icy Strait Point