907 Updates March 12, 2020

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Veterans’ Honor Flight trips to Washington D.C. suspended due to coronavirus; Alaska lawmakers pass bill to combat spread of coronavirus; ASD won’t extend spring break or cancel classes — for now and more ->
KTUU: ConocoPhillips Begins Airport Health Screenings for Employees; Homeless services working together to prevent COVID-19 outbreaks; Picturesque Ruby excited to greet mushers and more ->
KTOO Public Media: USDA opens investigation into why Forest Service grant was given to Alaska to work on Roadless Rule; Princess Cruises announces two-month pause of voyages worldwide because of coronavirus; City working through ‘what ifs’ as the Westerdam — and cruise ship season — makes its way toward Juneau and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Bethel Resident In Haroldson Subdivision Wants Police To Be Able To Drive To His House; Bethel City Council Postpones Voting On Online Sales Tax; Diehl And Kaiser Both On Their Way To Cripple and more ->
Alaska Native News: Anchor Point Woman Shot and Killed in Trooper Involved Shooting Wednesday Afternoon; Federal Court Rules Against Massive Old-Growth Rainforest Logging Plan in Alaska and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Two men charged with robbery entered not guilty pleas; North Pole Library hosts census celebration event; City debates solutions to nuisance properties in Fairbanks during City Council work session and more ->
The Arctic Sounder: Explosion destroys house in Utqiagvik and more ->
Rasmuson Foundation: Grants for rural Alaska healthcare projects
Craig Medred: Perfect storm?