907 Updates September 21, 2019

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: ‘It was personal’: Rep. Laddie Shaw speaks on Senate vote; Unexploded aerial bomb detonated by Fort Wainwright soldiers; State: 16% of middle and high school students use e-cigarettes regularly and more ->
KTUU: Anchorage Assembly weighs public safety and on-site inhalation of marijuana; Alaska Mental Health Trust begins accepting land sale bids; ‘Something has to be done’: Mother calls for safer walking routes; Anchorage pays the price for fast food with new plastic bag ban in effect and more ->
KTOO Public Media: Hiker stranded overnight on Juneau’s Mount Roberts; Municipal Election Day in Juneau is Oct. 1; Even more cruise ships are coming to Alaska in 2020 and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: State Marijuana Control Board Approves Two More Marijuana Stores With Conditions
Alaska Native News: Coast Guard Crews Provide Coverage for Navy, Marine Corps Arctic Exercise in Alaska; Coast Guard Aircrew Rescues Hunter after Vessel Sinks in Three Saints Bay and more->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: New Alaska Tsunami warning tool goes online this month; Rescue gives unwanted dogs a home here in Fairbanks and more ->
Alaska News from APRN: DEA uncovers a flood of painkillers reaching rural Alaska by mail; Sealaska Heritage secures federal grant for downtown arts campus and more ->
Craig Medred: One easy fix
Call it exercise-plus. Not only would they get the health benefits of moving, they’d also get the psychological benefits of understanding what it means to sacrifice – no matter how small this sacrifice – for a good cause.

And they’d be better prepared for the school day. Here’s what neuroscientist and brain researcher Wendy Suzuki says about exercise:

“Better mood, better energy, better memory, better attention.”

In her TED talk, she calls, “exercise is the most transformative thing you can do for your brain today.”

Teachers ought to be all down with this idea. Why?

“…The most common finding in neuroscience studies looking at effects of long-term exercise,” Suzuki notes, “is improved attention function dependent on your prefrontal cortex.”
The Edmond Sun: Hannah, Morris, Sorrell signing books in Edmond