907 Updates March 13 & 14, 2020

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Thunderbird Falls death not criminal in nature, Anchorage police say; With extended break, schools and nonprofits rush to feed Anchorage kids; 3 AFD staff self-monitoring after caring for Alaska coronavirus patient; Hilcorp to keep finances private amid Alaska oil assets deal and more ->
KTUU: Entire shift of Fairbanks Fire Department quarantined at home after employee is tested for COVID-19; WATCH: Despite sled fire, Royer first to reach Yukon River; One pedal push at a time, traveling the Iditarod Trail by bike; ASD continuing deep cleaning of schools with extended spring break; Archdiocese of Anchorage cancels Mass for rest of March and more ->
KTOO Public Media: Canada closes all ports to large cruise ships until July; Visits from family, friends temporarily suspended at state prisons; Bartlett Regional Hospital will screen patients before admitting; Alaska courts suspend Anchorage trials next week because of coronavirus; Gold Medal Basketball Tournament canceled for first time in more than 70 years; Alaska Folk Festival canceled for first time in 46-year history and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Here’s What You Need To Know About COVID-19 In The Y-K Delta; Mushers Look Ahead To Lack Of Shelter On Tough Part Of Trail and more ->
Alaska Native News: Alakanuk Man Sought after Severe Domestic Violence Assault; Operation Southern Exposure Nets Pornography Charges; Heading Farther North than She has ever Been and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Alaska State Troopers attempting to contact suspect in Elliot Highway trailhead break-ins; Gov. Dunleavy issues health mandate including closures, limited access in state run depts., schools; Special Olympics Alaska cancels Alaska Winter Games due to coronavirus concerns; Fairbanks businesses provide free lunch for low-income kids on extended spring break; Anchorage Representative Gabrielle LeDoux charged with felony voter misconduct and other charges and more ->
The Arctic Sounder: New Inuit business group hopes to highlight northern connections across Arctic and more ->
Diane Kaplan, Rasmuson Foundation: The Virus
Craig Medred: Great new fear
Craig Medred: Faster recovery
CutterLight: Birds of Chignik Lake: Red-necked Grebe
Cutterlight: Birds of Chignik Lake: Yellow-billed Loon
CutterLight: Birds of Chignik Lake: Common Loon
CutterLight: Birds of Chignik Lake: Pacific Loon
Cutterlight: Birds of Chignik Lake: Red-throated Loon
CutterLight: The Loons of Chignik Lake
CutterLight: Ice-Fishing on the Newhalen River
CutterLight: Changes and Milestones, a Question and an Answer