907 Updates November 29, 2019

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Fairbanks man charged with using backhoe to steal truck; Alaska celebration showcases more than 60 Indigenous artists; Frontiers 190: Iron Men of Bristol Bay and more ->
KTUU: Quick-thinking volunteer diffuses situation with suicidal gunman at VA; Alaska governor marks 1st year in office amid turmoil; Anchorage YMCA opens gym a year after earthquake badly damaged the facility; Glenn Highway Christmas Tree lighting up holiday season with new look; Record breaking numbers for the 2019 Turkey Trot; Zoo Lights opens to public on Friday; Pier 1 Imports closing stores in Alaska and more ->
Alaska Native News: November 30th Earthquake was Alaska’s Largest Natural Disaster Since 1964 Good Friday Quake; Plastic Discs Keep Returning Home; Bristol Bay Red King Crab Shows Average Weight of 7.1 Pounds and more ->
By Megan McDonald, Only In Your State Alaska: Food Network Says The Best Soup In Alaska Is At The Bear Tooth Grill and more ->
Alaska News from APRN: APD detains suspect following fatal Thanksgiving Day shooting and more ->
By Denton Staff Contributor, Denton Daily: She leapt from a van on the Kenai Peninsula to escape her rapist. Then she waited 18 years for an …
Suzanne Downing Must Read Alaska: Moved to America, got citizenship, defrauded State of Alaska of Medicaid dollars and more ->