In this newscast:
The state officials leading Alaska’s coronavirus preparations brief state lawmakers to keep calm and keep informed,
port towns wonder what safeguards and extraordinary measures officials can take to keep possible cruise ship-borne coronavirus out,
House lawmakers turn their attention to permanent fund dividend checks,
the Juneau Raptor Center cares for two eagles that turned up with neurological damage,
a Kaktovik man gets sentenced for letting a polar bear he killed outside his house go to waste,
deep snow along the Iditarod trail suggests this year’s racers will need a lot of patience, and
the National Weather Service issues a high wind warning in effect until 6 a.m. Friday.