907 Updates May 13, 2020

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Alaska reports 35 active cases of COVID-19, no new diagnoses; Study ranks Alaska top state for rise in multigenerational housing; Travel Tuesday: How to plan the perfect virtual family getaway and more ->
KTUU: Municipality begins abatement of well-known downtown homeless camp; Blood Bank of Alaska looking for donors who have recovered from COVID-19; Record pollen count, Alaskans facing an itchy allergy season; Repairs on Knik Goose Bay Road will begin Friday and more ->
KTOO Public Media: How Alaska Native corps are helping Alaska Native communities cope with the pandemic; Alaska could be empty of tourists this summer. For residents, there’s an upside and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: KYUK Wins National AP Award, Two Regional Edward R. Murrow Awards; Bethel City Council Considers Extending City’s COVID-19 Emergency Powers, Rejects Rewriting Cab Laws; Acting Police Chief To Stay Until Bethel Finds Replacement and more ->
Alaska Native News: Two Arrested One Taken to Hospital after 5th Avenue Assaul and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Fairbanks woman attempts to shoot ex-boyfriend in AST parking lot; Maintenance team plays important role in F-35 mission at Eielson; Fairbanks students celebrate completion of BRIDGE and Project Search programs and more ->
By University of Alberta, Phys Org: Alaskan rainforests are a global lichen hotspot, new study shows
49 Writers Blog: Writing the Distance: Shauna Potocky
Craig Medred: Jackpot! Road to Recovery for Lance & Family
Suzanne Downing, Editor, Must Read Alaska: Drive-up comedy show shut down by police due to noise and more ->
AK on the GO: Eagle River Nature Center Offers Self-Guided Opportunities This Summer