907 Updates September 27, 2019

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: News DOC reverses instruction to probation, parole officers to ignore new crimes; How to save time when applying for your Real ID; Three Alaska schools receive National Blue Ribbon Schools award; First Presbyterian Church raises new energy-efficient steeple; Assisted living forum offers support, promotes wellness and more ->
KTUU: Wasilla man indicted on 10 counts of alleged possession of child porn is on the run; Boy with special needs is back in the saddle after stolen bike is returned; Ostrander to run in World Championships Friday; Corporation works with military on possible Alaska return; Alaska’s minimum wage will increase to more than $10 an hour come January and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Bethel City Council May Prohibit Recently Approved Marijuana Stores From Opening; City Awards Over $30,000 In Community Action Grants and more ->
Alaska Native News: Alaska Air National Guard Chopper Rescues Injured Pilot and Passenger from Cook Inlet’s West Side; Troopers Investigate Student Making Terroristic Threat at Wasilla Middle School and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Community honors last wave of soldiers leaving for Iraq deployment; Scientists commence journey to study Arctic warming and more->
The Homer Tribune: Nurse retires after 35 years at South Peninsula Hospital; Homer’s first EV station is now open and more ->
Alaska News from APRN: Dunleavy administration announces amount of Alaska’s 2019 PFD checks; TUNE IN: These investigative reporters charted the history of abusive priests in Alaska and more ->
Rasmuson Foundation: FAQs on investing in solutions for homelessness
Craig Medred: Gone dark
Suzanne Downing Must Read Alaska: State will enforce Janus decision: Employees will opt in, not just opt out and more ->