907 Updates March 05, 2020

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Alaska raises preparedness level around new coronavirus; Anchorage motivational speaker charged with sex abuse of a minor requests reduced bail; Ikidarod gives students with special needs unforgettable experience and more ->
KTUU: Home coronavirus preparation: What you need for extended stay; Juneau Raptor Center nurses 2 eagles found by road workers; Bill OK’d to deal with power grid issues for populous areas; Iditarod mushers facing ‘epic’ amount of snow for 2020 race and more ->
KTOO Public Media: Alaska’s top health officials tell lawmakers to keep calm, stay informed on coronavirus; House bill would pay roughly $900 PFDs under new formula and more ->

Alaska Native News: Erratic Suspect Fired Shots and Set Room on Fire at Black Angus, Arrested on Arson, other Charges; 2019 Coronavirus Update; Congressman Don Young Receives Award for Work Combating AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria; New Hampshire’s 12th Civil Support Team Trains in Frigid Alaskan Weather; U.S. Navy Kicks Off ICEX 2020; Lawmakers Create a Path Forward for the Permanent Fund and more ->

Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Fairbanks colorectal cancer specialist discusses the importance of screenings for people over the age of 50 and more ->


The Arctic Sounder: ynx shot in Kiana tests positive for rabies and more ->

Suzanne Downing, Must Read Alaska: COVID-19 response: State retiree health plan says ‘stock up now’ on your meds; Westerdam heads to Juneau early, but no passengers and more ->

Craig Medred: Danger trail