907 Updates April 30, 2020

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Feel the burn: How Anchorage’s fitness industry is instructing during the pandemic; ConocoPhillips slashes Alaska production amid glut, pandemic; Portugal. The Man offers to buy any student, parent a copy of banned books and more ->
KTUU: APD arrests man who fired weapon whlie intoxicated, thanks public for assistance; UPDATE: Trumpeter Fire, near Point Mac, has grown to 120 acres; Families displaced after Thursday morning fire and more ->
KTOO Public Media: As Alaska starts to reopen, it’s already too little, too late for some small businesses; With social distancing in mind, a Juneau food cart rigs up a drive-thru and more ->
kYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: National Weather Service Issues Flood Watch For Middle Kuskokwim Communities and more -> Coffee@KYUK April 29: UAF Kuskokwim University Campus Part-Time Student Of The Year
Alaska Native News: Online Tool allows Fast, Free Natural-Hazard Visualization; Young Fishermen Learn the Business and Management Side of Commercial Fishing Operations and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: North Pole man charged with sexual abuse of minor after victim gave note to Sunday school teacher; Fairbanks man charged with assault after strangling girlfriend, telling troopers she was trying to stab herself; Alaska State Troopers tap Fairbanks engineers to help disinfect equipment; University of Alaska announces furloughs for top leaders; Fresh Eyes on Ice encourages community to share ice observations and more ->
By Amy Carney, Alaska State Museum: The Alaska State Museum participates in Virtual First Friday: Alaska Positive now available online
49 Writer’s Blog: Writing the Distance: Lesley Hammer
Page Publishing: Author Karen Struck’s new book “Three Paws’s New Family” is a charming story introducing a group of unlikely friends who help each other when they need it most