907 Updates May 05, 2020

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Kincaid black bear confrontation caught on camera: A case study in human-bear encounters; Momma O’s closes after being open for almost 40 years; Pandemic presents unique challenges and opportunities for homeless service providers; Eagle River mom recovers from COVID-19 and more ->
KTOO Public Media: Maui or the milk run? For a retiring Alaska Airlines pilot, the choice was always obvious.; Please don’t touch the Canadians: ‘Self-contained’ Alaska travelers can transit through Canada; Anchorage Daily News wins Pulitzer Prize for rural justice investigation and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: ‘We Dodged A Bullet,’ Says NWS Hydrologist As Ice Moves, Dropping Kuskokwim Flood Risk; Calista Annual Meeting Goes Virtual; Bethel City Council To Discuss Police Chief Salary And Homelessness During COVID-19 Pandemic and more ->
Alaska Native News: Coast Guard Medevacs Man 170 Miles off Cold Bay; False Distress Calls put Alaskan, Other Lives at Risk; Troopers Investigate Slaughter of Breeding Cow in Delta Junction; eo Hanna Arrested After Being Involved in a Hit and Run Collision and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Troopers enforce speed limits in construction zones, 31 traffic stops in two-hour window; Fairbanks non-profits receive financial help in fighting homelessness and more ->
By Megan McDonald, Only In Your State Alaska: Alaska’s Most Refreshing Hike Will Lead You Straight To A Beautiful Swimming Hole
The Goshen News, MELODIE DAVIS: Go on an adventure with these books
By Rebecca Ponton, Forbes: How Women Pioneered Alaska’s Oil And Gas Industry
Craig Medred: We were warned