907 Updates May 03, 2019

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By John Thompson: One year later, Alaska man continues recovering from Puerto Rico shooting
By Associated Press: Former police chief sentenced for $112,000 village corporation theft
FAIRBANKS, Alaska (AP) – A former Fort Yukon police chief convicted of stealing $112,000 from the village’s Native corporation a decade ago has been sentenced to a year in prison.

The Fairbanks Daily News-Miner reports 66-year-old Zelma Fairchild also was ordered to pay restitution.
KTUU: 2 Investigates: Office of Children’s Services Understaffing, high caseloads and high turnover are straining Alaska’s Child Protection system. Here’s why it matters.
By Grant Robinson: Seward flood prevention project complete after seven years
By Chris Klint: Grubstake to close Ingra Street site after owner’s conviction
By Daniella Rivera: Death in Detox: How the system failed Kellsie Green
KTOO Public Media: New legislation introduced in Congress aims to strengthen Roadless Rule; Stabbing victim dies after late night fight breaks out in downtown Juneau; Dunleavy administration pick for $94,000-a-year labor relations manager comes without labor relations experience; Juneau Afternoon travels to Hoonah and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Bethel Fire Chief Bill Howell Slips Into Familiar Role and more ->
Alaska Native News: Katie John Day Passes House; Congressman Don Young Introduces Legislation to Protect Wild Fish Populations; Warm Spring may Result in Gentle Breakup and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Man convicted of sexual assault sentenced to 45 years in prison; NASA Astronaut visits Fairbanks; Wildfire burning outside Fort Greely and more ->
The Arctic Sounder: Athletes shine at 2019 Native Youth Olympics; 2019 Native Youth Olympics Full Results; Iḷisaġvik celebrates 2019 graduates at commencement ceremony and more ->
Only In Your State Alaska: You Won’t Be Happy To Hear That Alaska Is Experiencing A Major Surge Of Ticks This Year; The World’s Best Chocolate Chip Cookie Is Made Daily Inside This Humble Little Alaska Bakery and more ->
Klingel & Beardsley Marathon Moment recognized by hall of fame 1982 East High School graduates Larsen Klingel and Andy Beardsley will be given the Trajan Langdon award by the Alaska Sports Hall of Fame. The duo will be recognized for their finish of the 2018 Boston Marathon. The Trajan Langdon award is given to a person or group of people who have demonstrated leadership, integrity and sportsmanship during the past year.
By Dave Leval: Quake damage keeps Eagle River Campground road closed
By Scott Gross: Alaska group recognizes after-school superheroes