Lex Treinen, Alaska Public Media - Anchorage
Snow City, Spenard Roadhouse and South Restaurant all announced they would be ending their take-out service, citing safety concerns related to the coronavirus.
The new numbers double last week's record-setting claims, and reflect a nationwide trend.
An Alaskan is facing thousands of dollars in fines for alleged price gouging on N95 masks.
Faith leaders around Alaska say are finding creative ways to balance their role as community creators with important public safety messages.
The deceased patient was 73 years old and had been admitted to the hospital almost a week ago.
Anchorage officials say they hope that the former sports center won't need to be used, but that they want to be prepared just in case.
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In the face of community travel restrictions and a drop in demand, some regional air carriers in Alaska say they’re being forced to cut service to communities - and to cut positions from their payroll.
Donations are keeping testing afloat and helping to bolster emergency supply stocks.
GCI’s modeling showed a surge of internet traffic around spring break, when the virus was expected to hit. It did just that, but the company said that so far, the spike isn’t as severe as some feared.
Days after restaurant and bar closures began around Alaska, more workers are looking for state support in the form of unemployment insurance.
The Municipality of Anchorage said customers’ water and power will not be shut off for nonpayment for the remainder of the city’s disaster declaration.
A day after saying on social media that it would keep ski runs open, Alyeska Resort announced that it would be closing its mountain operations for the remainder of the winter season.
18 is a remarkable age for any dog, and it is especially meaningful to Sass since Silver was the dog that got it all started for the two-time Quest Champion.
The race previously had been tied for its lowest entrants - 18 - in 36 years. As of right now, just 15 mushers are entered in this year's race.