907 Updates March 14, 2019

By Chris Klint: Seward Highway semi truck wreck leaves 1 dead
By Chris Klint: Snowboarder killed in Southeast Alaska avalanche
Evaluation: one bullet.
By Chris Klint: Johnson-Barr murder suspect to get mental health evaluation
By KTVA Web Staff: Aliy Zirkle 4th to Nome in 2019 Iditarod
By Sean Maguire: Kaiser & Leifseth Ulsom: Great friends, fierce competitors & leg wrestlers
By Joe Vigil: Anchorage street crews fill 200 potholes in less than a week
kTOO Public Media: Bill would repeal conflict of interest requirements enacted last year; The Alaska Roadless Rule decision is moving along. Some tribal governments say it’s moving too fast. And more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Last Musher Makes It To Coast and more ->
Alaska Native News: Anchor Point Man Jailed for Setting Victim on Fire; Anchor Point Man Jailed for Setting Victim on Fire and more ->

Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Man Involved in Friday Standoff Pleads not Guilty in Court Wednesday; FBSB parks and recreation launches survey to hear from borough residents and more ->
Adina Bresge / The Canadian Press: Love in letters: Lorna Crozier remembers poetic romance with Patrick Lane
By Jeff Bridges: Bill would establish Alaska Native Heritage Month
By KTUU: WATCH: The 297th Military Police Company deployment ceremony The 297th Military Police Company of the Alaska Army National Guard has been selected to support Operation Spartan Shield, a military task force in the Middle East.
By Beth Verge: Magic of Iditarod Trail inspires musher’s artwork
By KTUU: Food truck owners take their menu mobile Mobile eateries heading out on the streets is definitely a sign that warmer weather should be on its way.