907 Updates May 06, 2020

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Anchorage firefighters put out brush fire near 3rd and Ingra; Lawmaker says full Legislature needs to reconvene to distribute CARES Act funds; Muni playgrounds in Anchorage reopen; Alaska State Fair announces 2020 scholarship winners and more ->
KTUU: Alaskans step up for Make-A-Wish kid who’s dream was to visit the state; Four easy steps to help prevent your glasses from fogging up while wearing a mask; For self-employed Alaskans, state says relief is coming soon; As more families hit the trails, an Anchorage mom gives guidance and more ->
KTOO Public Media: What Alaskans learned from ‘the mother of all pandemics’; A Chilkat mask leaves a lasting impression of how ‘we took care of each other’ during the pandemic; A Chilkat mask leaves a lasting impression of how ‘we took care of each other’ during the pandemic; U.S. Census workers are back to going door-to-door in Alaska and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Alaska Logistics Plans To Retrieve Unmanned Barge Floating Down Kuskokwim River and more ->
Alaska Native News: Sex Offender Sentenced for Violating Terms of Supervised Release; Leo Hanna Arrested After Being Involved in a Hit and Run Collision; Beaver invasion on the Baldwin Peninsula and more ->

Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Birch Hill Cemetery grave sites damaged by both vandalism and erosion; May 5th day of awareness remembers missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls; Teacher Appreciation Week encourages Fairbanks community to reach out to educators and more ->

By Megan McDonald, Only In Your State Alaska: Thousands Of Whistling Varied Thrush Are A Welcome Sound Of Spring Here In Alaska
By Megan McDonald, Only in Your State Alaska: This Breathtaking Hike In Alaska Will Take You Straight To An Abandoned Mine

Suzanne Downing, Must Read Alaska: Costco heading off a run on meat by rationing to 3 items and more ->
FYI Not happening in Alaska yet.
Fresh meat purchases are temporarily limited to a total of 3 items per member among the beef, pork and poultry products.

Kroger, owner of Fred Meyer, is implementing a similar measures at some of its stores across the country, although it has not announced which stores will have rationed meats.