907 Updates August 13, 2020

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: HHS secretary visits Anchorage, checks on Alaska’s treatment of COVID-19; Schutt named to Alaska Permanent Fund Board of Trustees; Community plans to rebuild dilapidated Bayshore ice rink and more ->
KTUU: Alaskan family’s 225-mile journey to vote captured in film released Saturday; ’The police department is vehemently opposed’: APD on proposed ordinance to use of force; Growing AK: Putting peas up for winter; Exploring the “Aperture”exhibit at the Anchorage Museum and more ->
KTOO: Rare white orca spotted off Kupreanof Island; Family’s lawyers claim recording shows Juneau officer planned fatal shooting and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: FCC Broadband Deadline For Tribes Extended To September; City Will Not Protest Kusko Kush License Renewal; CARES Act Funding For Bethel Nonprofits And Individuals and more ->
Alaska Native News: New Stuyahok Man in Custody for Murder of Angelina Chunak; Two Arrested Following SWAT Barricade Incident Wednesday Night; Troopers Join National Campaign to Crack Down on Impaired Drivers and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Fairbanks man charged with sexually assaulting woman in homeless camp and more ->
The Arctic Sounder: Barrow’s own Kelsey Haake heads to top law school; Bears alert Alaska scientists to secret salmon streams; Inupiaq charter school opens for enrollment on North Slope; Wainwright earns $1 million grant to build child care center and more ->
By Tiffany Rosamond Creed, Ancorage Press: Alaska-based poets to share a virtual stage, adapting the longstanding Poetry Parley
Craig Medred: Safe, safer, safest…
By Casea Peterson, Only In Your State Alaska: 13 Things People Miss The Most About Alaska When They Leave
CutterLight: Abundance