907 Updates September 05, 2019

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: 2 charged with manslaughter in Sand Point overdose death; ANTHC offers free suicide prevention training for Alaska Natives; Studded tires are tearing into Alaska’s finances. Do Alaskans really need them? More ->
KTUU: EPA announces JBER settlement over hazardous waste; Four Alaska high schools nationally recognized by Special Olympics; Alaska city and electric utility to build battery system and more ->
KTOO Public Media: Alaska’s ferry system to end service to Prince Rupert, British Columbia; Tour bus driver who hit and killed Skagway’s mayor in 2018 pleads guilty; West Juneau double homicide trial now underway and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: State Troopers Dispatch Aerial Search For Missing Tuntutuliak Boater; With 24-Hr Extension, LKSD Meets Deadline To Transfer Napakiak Fuel and more ->
Alaska Native News: Reduced Fuel Tax Revenue Requires Closure of Silver Tip Maintenance Station on Seward Highway and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Teen arrested for shooting that sent three to the hospital; Trial for Palmer man accused of murder began in Fairbanks today; Military Report: Fairbanks purple heart recipient honored with trip to West Point; Cultural communications training offered for Fairbanks local businesses and more ->
By Rachel Cassandra, Narratively: How to Stay Sane as a Female Deckhand in Alaska As one of very few women working in Alaska salmon country, I learned how to gut a fish and swallow its heart. But an even harder trick was navigating the torrential sea of masculinity.