907 Updates March 17, 2020

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Anchorage couple featured in ‘Say Yes To The Dress America’; The Daily 5: Waerner leads, four-legged fuel & an Iditarod side effect mushers can’t train for; Getting Outside & Online: What Anchorage families can do during extended spring break; 25 Years of BP Teachers of Excellence: Chohla Moll and more ->
KTUU: Iditarod loses another major sponsor; 2YH: Covid-19, social distancing and why it’s important; Restaurants, bars make major changes in response to mayor’s emergency order and more ->
KTOO Public Media: Westerdam cruise ship no longer coming to Juneau; As COVID-19 scare looms, small businesses in Juneau brace for tough times and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Here’s What YKHC Is Doing Now To Fight COVID-19; Norwegian Far Out In Front As Bethel Mushers Head To Nome; No Camping In K300 Race; Kusko Cab Drivers Working Under Individual Discretion; Kusko Kush Keeping Regular Hours; Diehl Scratches and more ->
Alaska Native News: Kasilof Man Arrested on Assault Charges after Attacking Victim with Metal Pipe; Wasilla Man Arrested on Murder Charges following Welfare Check; Coast Guard Medevacs Fisherman Injured 170 Miles Southwest of Kodiak and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: 2 cases of coronavirus confirmed in Fairbanks; University of Alaska graduation commencement ceremonies cancelled and more ->