907 Updates May 12, 2020

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Turning Iowa corn into hand sanitizer for Alaska’s North Slope; Teens behind Quarantine Academy encourage Alaskans to connect; Alaska Airlines launching new services to Western Alaska, Aleutian Islands; Anchorage pottery studio sees business boom with mosaic art kits and more ->

KTUU: Look out for JBER flyover salute of COVID-19 responders this week; Harbor seal pup rescued near Haines faces long road to recovery and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: LKSD Said It Was Blindsided By Principal’s Arrest. Except He’d Been Investigated Twice Before. More ->

Alaska Native News: Homer Man Charged with Multiple Funny River Burglaries Following Accident and Subsequent Investigation Sunday; New Resource for Alaska’s Health Care Providers and Frontline Responders; Lawmakers Approve Transferring Federal COVID-19 Funds to Alaskans, Small Businesses and more ->

Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Dr. Eastman of Homeland Security to tour Alaska; Red and Green bus lines open with no fares for passengers; Eielson flyover salutes Fairbanks community and more ->
Anchorage Daily News: Libby Roderick, ‘How Could Anyone’
Committee on Indian Affairs: Udall, Murkowski Announce Senate Passage of Resolution Honoring Native Women Resolution celebrates achievements in civil rights, business, law, medicine, science, language revitalization, and more
Craig Medred: COVID hits kings
Alaska Run for Women: We are going virtual!
By Megan McDonald, Only in Your State Alaska: Alaska’s Frostbite Foods Is Delivering Juicy Burgers Right To Your Front Door