907 Updates May 08, 2020

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Wasilla woman arrested for sex abuse of a minor may have more victims; Providence Chief MO comments on 2nd phase of reopening economy; Social distancing parade for 10-year-old who completed 88 days of chemotherapy; Wasilla’s Black Birch Books closing its doors and more ->
KTUU: City of Cordova confirms first positive case of COVID-19 via a seasonal worker; Watch the Channel 2 special, Parenting During a Pandemic, here; NOAA hosts “hunkered down” whale drawing and naming contest; Avalanche video of Crow Creek Road and more ->
KTOO Public Media: Smaller vessels are exempt from the federal no sail order, but is Alaska ready for a small ship cruise season?; Thousands of summer workers are headed to Alaska from Outside, where infection rates are higher; Gardentalk – How to create your own COVID-19 victory garden and more ->
kyuK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Virus Doesn’t Stop Yup’ik Dancing; Slideshow: Kuskokwim River Breakup In Bethel and more ->
Alaska Native News: Troopers Prepared to Serve Bristol Bay Communities and Fisheries and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: What do coronavirus testing statistics mean?; Clean Up Day commences, over one thousand people volunteer; Waste improperly disposed of in Salcha, DEC investigating and more ->
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Craig Medred: Down and out