907 Updates May 14, 2020

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Unique payout Alaskans get from oil wealth could be at risk; AFD: Discarded smoking materials likely caused condo fire near Taku Lake; National Police Week observed differently due to coronavirus pandemic; Anglers wait for first king salmon to arrive in Ship Creek and more ->

KTUU: Alaska Army National Guard deploys to Poland; Moose cow attacks woman and dog in Eagle River; It’s official, ERHS students debut new Wolf Den Drive signs for the road leading to their school; Show us your face mask fashion and more ->

KTOO Public Media: Juneau man sues over the state’s plan to spend $1.5 billion in CARES Act funds; Summer camp directors prepare to welcome Alaska’s campers during the pandemic and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Four Girls Allege School Principal Abused Them. They’re Suing LKSD For Inaction.; BPD Found Body Of Man Missing For Three Weeks; Coffee@KYUK, May 13: Spring Comes With Easing Restrictions In Some Villages and more ->

Alaska Native News: Anchorage Felon Fights with Arresting Officers at Spenard Hotel; APD Investigates Shooting at Mountain View Holiday Gas Station and more ->

Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Fort Wainwright soldiers awarded purple hearts for injuries from Iran missile attack; Don’t touch your eyes! Pollen allergy season is back in the Alaskan interior; Garage, Yard Sales to continue, but be respectful, says Mayor Matherly and more ->

The Arctic Sounder: Kivalina whalers bring home beluga bounty and more ->
Craig Medred: Masks and guns
49 Writers Blog: Writing the Distance: Kaylene Johnson-Sullivan
By Carey Seward, Only In Your State Alaska: We Checked Out The 13 Most Terrifying Places In Alaska And They’re Horrifying