Alaska News April 02, 2021

KTUU Alaska’s News Source: Anchorage man fears for his young daughter’s safety after lynx gets too close; ANTHC at-home HIV testing program aims to improve awareness, education in the state; Family of Anchorage man killed by police sues city and officers for wrongful death and more ->
KTOO Public Media: Skier survives avalanche in the crater of Mt. Edgecumbe near Sitka; New construction at Gustavus airport digs up old concerns about toxic chemicals; On one Anchorage city block, businesses that survived the winter look ahead and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Bethel City Council Votes To Hire Investigator To Review City’s Handling Of Sexual Assault Cases; Akiak Remains Dry Following Special Election To Change Alcohol Law and more ->
Alaska Native News: This Day In Alaska History April 2nd, 1967 and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Fairbanks community input needed, district shares highlights from superintendent candidate forum and more ->
The Arctic Sounder: Pandemic brought record sales for canned salmon; The secrets of Alaska sled dogs’ amazing endurance; Federal order targets polar bear guides; OPINION: Tribal health organizations are the unsung heroes of Alaska’s COVID-19 response and vaccination and more ->
Suzanne Downing, Editor, Must Read Alaska: Friday Newsletter – Masks, mandates, and herd immunity in Alaska; Apr 2, 1942 — The aircraft carrier USS Hornet quietly motored out of San Francisco with Lt. Col. James Doolittle and his 16 Army B-25 Mitchell bombers on a bombing mission in response to the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor four months earlier. The Tokyo Raid took place on April 18, 1942. Doolittle, the famed aviator, was raised in Nome. Catch up on your WWII history at this link. And more ->
Craig Medred: Size matters
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By Megan McDonald, Only In Your State Alaska: The Best Donuts In Alaska Are Sold From A Colorful Food Truck