907 Updates May 23, 2020

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Soldotna man charged with multiple sex crimes; Staff, families honor retiring Aquarian Charter School teacher with car parade; 8-year-old catches moose birth on camera; Anchorage will reopen more widely on Monday. Here’s what you need to know. And more ->
KTUU: Alaska soldiers make climbing trek to honor 77 members of the 4-25; Fostering during a pandemic: The unique challenges foster parents and children face; Alaska State Fair canceled for first time since World War II and more ->
KTOO Public Media: National Park Service rule change ends bans on controversial bear and wolf hunts; Meet Lecidea Streveleri: One of the lichens discovered in a “global hotspot” in Glacier Bay; Alaska plans to more than triple its workforce of COVID-19 contact detectives and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Bethel Finds New Police Chief; YKHC Urges All Incoming Bethel Travelers To Test For Coronavirus As State Reopens; LKSD Fills Administrative Positions With Familiar Faces and more ->
Alaska Native News: Potential Landslide Threatens Large Tsunami in PWS, Geologists Say and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: City of Fairbanks begins determining how CARES Act funds will be distributed; The Ester Volunteer Fire Department is a unique department in a unique place; Golden Heart History: Fairbanks’ First Mayor E.T. Barnette; The Quarantine Kitchen Episode 8: Chicken Curry and more ->
By Joe Bonsor, Matt Dempsey and Prof Paul Barrett, Natural History Museum: Dinosaur diaries: Arctic duck-billed dinosaurs, dental work and dimorphism
49 Writers Blog: Writing the Distance: Sean Ulman