907 Updates June 15, 2019

KTVA The News of Alaska: 2 Anchorage men face life in federal prison for drug, gun convictions; Dunleavy addresses Wasilla special session concerns; DOT cautions drivers to watch for falling rocks along Seward Highway; Anglers reel in first fish of 2019 Slam’n Salm’n Derby and more ->
KTUU: Indiana man allegedly offered $9 million dollars to Alaskan teenagers to kill Cynthia Hoffman; DPS: Sexual Assault Kit Initiative to help improve testing procedures, accountability; WATCH: Moose calf almost swept away by Russian River; Roadtrippin’ to Chicken: Population 7; Roadtrippin’ to the only outdoor heated pool in the state and more ->
KTOO Public Media: EPA officials visit Dillingham to gather opinions on Pebble Mine; Angoon residents, supporters protest Juneau’s annexation petition; US senators urge more oversight from British Columbia in transboundary mining and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Meet The Y-K Delta’s Newly Trained VPOs And TPOs; AC Liquor Store Closer To Reality With Conditional Use Permit Approval and more ->
Alaska Native News: Troopers Seeking Information from Public on Friday DOT Equipment Theft; Coast Guard Cordova FOL crew saves 66-year-old man stranded for three days on Montague Island and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Kitchen fire closes down Princess Lodge, guests relocated; Alaska Supreme Court rules against current sex offender registration policies; Summer Food Program providing meals for kids; GARDENING REPORT: Lilac Season! More ->