907 Updates April 29, 2020

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: ‘Crime didn’t stop’: Career prosecutor Brittany Dunlop takes over as Anchorage DA amid pandemic; Community speaks out on Mat-Su book ban; Costco to require customers wear face coverings; Video unites Indigenous women across North America during pandemic; DHSS asks families to fill out survey on COVID-19 impact, offers resources and more ->
KTUU: In It Together: A KTUU Special Program; PBA Bowler Sean Rash and daughter spread unifying message; Anchorage officials to begin abating homeless encampments; BP donates 3 million gallons of jet fuel to Alaska Airlines, FedEx Express charter flights; Six new cases of COVID-19 reported by DHSS Tuesday; Students create ‘thank you’ video for essential workers, first responders and more ->
KTOO Public Media: Vigilance needed to stop community spread of coronavirus, Alaska chief medical officer says; Geoduck clam fishery to reopen as Chinese demand rebounds; Listen: This Alaskan spent 3 weeks in the Grand Canyon — unaware that a pandemic had overtaken the world and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: National Poetry Month From BRHS; April 27 Coronavirus Update: Upper Kalskag; State Plans For Possible Flood Evacuations In Villages and more ->
Alaska Native News: One Arrested for Arson for Vehicle Fire at Anchorage’s Auto Mart; U.S. Attorney Bryan Schroder Warns Against Predatory Practices Related to COVID-19 and Housing; Northern Areas of Denali National Park and Preserve Closed to Snowmobile Use Due to Inadequate Snow Cover and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Translating COVID-19 advice into indigenous languages, sharing culture and safety; BP says terms for sale of its Alaska assets renegotiated; University of Alaska Fairbanks summer camps go virtual this year; The Quarantine Kitchen Episode 3: Cod Chowder and more ->
The Arctic Sounder: Live virtual town hall meeting planned for Bristol Bay to discuss upcoming fishing season and more ->
Suzanne Downing Must Read Alaska: The love they share in Southeast Alaska for a tug boat crew bringing the freight in an era of COVID-19 and more ->
Craig Medred: NOVID-6/2020?
49 Writer’s Blog: Writing the Distance: Frank Soos
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