907 Updates September 19, 2019

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Anchorage vaping business responds to calls for people to quit vaping amid nationwide illness outbreak; Iditarod CEO hits the trail to create world Arctic tour; French dual-language immersion program joins long-standing history in Anchorage; PuppyUp event raises money to fight cancer in people and their pets and more ->
KTUU: Seward police investigate man’s death as homicide; Report: For fourth year in a row, Alaska has highest rate of men killing women; Removing the stigma: Anchorage woman speaks up about mental health; Understanding why you need a Real ID & how to get one; How to navigate new privacy features in Apple iPhone update and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: F-35’s from Luke Air Force Base in Arizona fly at Eielson; Flu season comes early to Fairbanks area; DOT: Mitchell Expressway completely reopened; Over 60 Alaskan High Schools register for varsity eSports program and more ->
By Lisa Demer, Rasmuson Foundation welcomes new staff, promotes career growth
Suzanne Downing Must Read Alaska: New Public Defender: Samantha Cherot and more ->
By Amy Carney: Sheldon Jackson Museum: Special Guest at Sitka Public Library’s Babies & Books November Program
By Amy Carney: Bring Your Grandparent to the Museum Day
Anchorage Police Department: We’ll be closing roads downtown this Monday for the best parade ever! Come see!!
Alaska Public Radio News: Judge: case of slain Mountain Village woman shows how Alaska’s justice system is failing; Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster gave invocation at Kenai Assembly meeting and more ->