907 Updates March 03 & 04, 2020

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Serum Run musher injured, hit by snowmachiner near Galena; 19-year-old seriously injured after head-on collision with semitruck; Father, daughter identified as those who died in Seward Highway crash near Bird Creek; Full Interview: Anchorage mayor on municipality’s coronavirus plans; 25 Years of BP Teachers of Excellence: Jamin Burton and more ->
KTUU: Dunleavy asks for $13M in funds to combat novel coronavirus in Alaska; Students combat threats with positive art in bathrooms; Anchorage parents, students, oppose travel restrictions at school board meeting; Frequent police caller resolves dispute over fines; Hands on, Anchorage Waldorf students win Rondy snow sculpting contest; 2 on 2: Wade Marrs mushes for Turner’s Syndrome awareness in honor of Ashley Perry and more ->
KTOO Public Media: Cruise ship will arrive early in Juneau after canceled Asia sailings; Ferry LeConte to give Pelican a lift in late May and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: City Of Bethel Prepares For Possible Spread Of COVID-19 To Community; YKHC Preparing Village Clinics And Bethel Hospital To Respond To Possible COVID-19 Cases; Kuskokwim Campus Professor Wins Prestigious Teaching Award; Calista Affirms AFN Membership and more ->
Alaska Native News: Head-On Collision on Seward Highway near Bird Creek Takes the Lives of Two; Two Arrested Following Vehicle Check at Black Angus, Vehicle Owner Sought; Alaska Air National Guard Refuels HC-130J Combat King II at 20,000 feet; Warming Climate Unlikely to Cause Major Methane Release; Alaska Senate Adopts Increase to Motor Fuel Tax and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Gov. Dunleavy increases Coronavirus preparedness, requests funding for temporary public health positions; Nenana man beat after allegedly assaulting woman; Bail raised on foster care provider accused of sexually abusing minors; UAF scientist uses optical instruments to record world’s largest animal movement; Fairbanks Fire Department Chief to retire in April; Alaska Airlines drops sponsorship of Iditarod sled dog race; Wells Fargo third major bank to end Arctic oil investment; Native Youth Olympics show true meaning of sportsmanship and more ->

The New York Times, Associated Press: Researchers: Tool Used to Detect Polar Bear Dens Ineffective
By June Leffler, KSTK: Traveling exhibit remembers Alaska suffragettes
Craig Medred: Toughest Iditarod
By Carey Seward, Only In your State Alaska: Alaskans Have Spoken And This Is The Absolute Favorite Burger In The State
By Carey Seward, Only In Your State Alaska: The Best Home Cooking In All Of Alaska Is Hiding In This Unsuspecting Diner

Alaska Children’s Trust: Prop 13 Gives Families like Amy’s the Chance to Succeed:
Cutter Light: Portrait of a Sailor in Morning Light
Angela Gonzalez Athabascan Woman Blog: Reflections from Vina Bilow
By Angela Gonzalez, Athabascan Woman Blog: Stories by Rhoda Stertzer
By Angela Gonzalez, Athabascan Woman Blog: Odin Peter-Raboff – Gwich’in & Koyukon Business Owner