907 Updates June 11, 2019

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Defense objects to Snapchat video as evidence in final Grunwald murder trial; Police chaplains offer help coping with crime and grief; Violent crime and grief – A guide for how to cope; Vandals burn dugout, toilets at Wasilla softball field; Former Anchorage DJ Kim Kane wins Gracie Award and more ->
KTUU: Alaska Guardsmen rescue bear-attack victim near Galena; Questions of safety on the Glacier Creek Hand Tram following weekend tragedy; The city of Kodiak’s first recreational marijuana retail store opens its doors; Moose plays with tire swing in Bear Valley; KTUU wins top honor for Overall Excellence at Regional Emmy Awards and more ->
KTOO Pubic Media: Juneau icefield researchers resurrect ‘Gorgon Spire’ — a name nearly lost in obscurity; Could Arctic warming be behind gray whale deaths in Alaska, and elsewhere? Here’s why scientists are asking. More ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Kuskokwim State Waters Open To Fishing Beginning June 12; State Budget Battles Affecting LKSD’s Ability To Hire Teachers and more ->
Alaska Native News: Quinhagak Teen Arrested on Sexual Abuse/Assault of a Minor Charges; Alaska Guardsmen Rescue Bear-attack Victim Near Galena; Soldotna Felon Arrested on Triple Weapons Possession Charges and more ->
Fairbnaks News Webcenter 11: Men arrested after pulling gun at Fairbanks McDonalds; Guilty plea for woman accused of murdering boyfriend; Guilty verdicts returned in sexual abuse case; Construction Report: Johansen plugs into grid; Cordova cuts ribbon on new energy future and more ->