907 Updates February 20, 2020

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: New virus causing Chinese tourists to cancel trips to Alaska; Edie Grunwald named state director of Alaska’s Selective Service; State prepares for Anchorage moose survey with citizen help; New Palmer plow fights sidewalk ice with beet juice, molasses brine; 5 reasons you should visit Anchorage’s citywide job fair and more ->
KTUU: HEADS UP: Turnagain Pass is closed; AST: Lanes expected to close on the Sterling Highway in Cooper Landing after semi slides into a ditch; More intense questioning in gold store triple murder trial; Cook Inlet setnetters eye buyback to ‘diffuse fish war,’ remain economically viable; Mat-Su community proposes management plan for popular recreation spot; Mat-Su community proposes management plan for popular recreation spot and more ->

KTOO Public Media: Yukon aims to sell renewable power to Skagway cruise ships and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Ice Road Plowed To Sleetmute and more ->
Alaska Native News: Remains of Troubled Hiker Collected from Mountainside near McHugh Creek Trail; APD Arrests Female Stabbing Suspect at Old Seward and Scooter Avenue, Victim Expected to Survive; Wasilla Woman Drriving with Repeated Revoked License in Vehicle not Registered since 2007 Arrested in Big Lake and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: When the missing aren’t found, what happens next?; DOT holds public meeting for 2020-2023 draft of Alaska Statewide Transportation Improvement Program and more ->
Arctic Sounder: Olson sponsors bill to establish Ashley Johnson-Barr Day and more ->

Idaho State University: ISU Professor Finney co-authors study supporting theory earliest North American humans arrived by ocean route

Craig Medred: The snow trap