907 Updates June 12, 2019

KTUU: Potentially deadly shellfish toxins found in Juneau shellfish; Essential wildlife response gear stolen from Alaska SeaLife Center storage unit; Swan Lake Fire grows to 3,500 acres; Roadtrippin’ through the sky on a mile high cliff flightseeing tour; Road Trippin’: historic hotel in McCarthy and more ->
KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Man pleads guilty in Valdez hit-and-run that killed a mother of 4; Fish and Game kills brown bear that was eating out of Eagle River trash cans; How to talk to your kids about child sexual abuse; Workshops offer guidance to caregivers for those with fetal alcohol spectrum disorders and more ->
KTOO Public Media: Will a new ‘community policing’ strategy make a dent in Anchorage’s crime?; Red Carpet Concert: Los Texmaniacs, ‘Soy de San Luis/Mexico Americano and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: State Budget Battles Affecting LKSD’s Ability To Hire Teachers; In Quinhagak, A Small Sport Fishing Industry Thrives and more ->
Alaska Native News: Legislature Delivers Smallest Budget in 15 Years, Protects Permanent Fund; 13-Year-Old Sterling Teen Dies in ATV Accident and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: 13-year-old girl dies in ATV crash on Kenai Peninsula; New battery storage systems help bring energy stability to rural Alaska; Vehicle theft suspect leads AST and Fairbanks Police on high speed chase; Man involved with a failed robbery sentenced in superior court; Sen. Bishop speak on new Permanent Fund Working Group and more ->
By Grace Segers: Congress tackles crisis of missing and murdered Native American women
By Rhonda McBride: Frontiers 176: Violence – Alaska’s Invisible Epidemic
Must Read Alaska Suzanne Downing: The story behind the photo; New Human Rights Commission chair: Debbie Fullenwider; Huffman amendment would take out Pebble Mine by starving permitting funds and more ->