907 Updates March 06, 2020

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Alaska’s top doctor says there is no evidence that pets can transmit the coronavirus to humans; Alaska veterinarian creates fitness app for pet dogs; Grow with Google helps Anchorage businesses navigate the digital highway; Frontiers 199: Alaskans and their Passion Projects and more ->
KTUU: Home coronavirus preparation: What you need for extended stay; Parents raise tough questions after son dies in Anchorage homeless camp; “It will be nice to make memories here and not at the hotel”–An Eagle River family moves back home after fixing damage from the 7.1 earthquake from 2018; Less schoolwork & more time to play a sport they love and more ->
KTOO Public Media: Amid coronavirus fears, who decides if a cruise ship can come or not?; Illegal for decades, many Anchorage homes still have covenants that prohibit sale to blacks and Alaska Natives and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: UPDATE: Missing 70-Year-Old Man In Bethel Found Safe; Ravn Blames Quinhagak For A Plane Incident; Iditarod Trail Is A Trench Of Snow and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Fairbanks man pleads guilty to robbery, sentenced to 15 years, six months; USO Spring Tour aims to bring morale boost to troops in Interior Alaska; Stuck in the freezer: Fairbanks’ colder than normal winter and more ->
Suzanne Downing, Must Read Alaska:
– COVID-19: Global count is 100,001, with 3,405 deaths. The United States has had 223 cases, 13 deaths, with 11 of those in the Seattle area, which has had 70 reported cases. Nine people have been tested in Alaska, eight are negative, one is pending.

– What works? Here’s your EPA-approved list of disinfectants that work against the Coronavirus.
Craig Medred: Look out!
Barbara Brown, Our Third Thirds: Monopoly of the Third Third