Hospitality industry criticizes decision to release the names of bars and restaurants with COVID-19 cases
The industry argues that it was unfairly singled out and that the announcement created confusion about where people could have been exposed.
Construction crews are balancing the need for the work on the schools threatened by things like riverbank erosion with the village's fears of a COVID-19 outbreak.
A 36-year-old man died, according to the Juneau Police Department.
A crowdsourcing campaign to produce ads challenging mainstream advice about using face coverings was removed from the platform for violating its terms of service.
Carnival and Royal Caribbean already announced that they wouldn't be sailing to Alaska.
Workers at an Anchorage transitional care center describe trying to contain Alaska's largest coronavirus outbreak. And, some Alaska businesses received more than five million dollars from a paycheck protection loan. Plus, some communities in Alaska maintained 4th of July traditions over the weekend.
Fourteen bidders intend to participate in the auction, Ravn said in a prepared statement Monday, though it did not reveal their names.
The items, which currently sit at the museum of the University of Maine, could be returned to Central Council Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska, under a federal law that allows for the removal of such objects.
The passenger boarded the Kennicott in Washington state and disembarked in Whittier and Cordova.
With limited person-to-person interaction hampering census effots, only about 17% of Nome's population has been counted.
Advocates hope that with additional funding will stabilize providers but reform is necessary to be sustainable.
How Providence workers fought to contain ‘lightning speed’ coronavirus at site of Alaska’s largest outbreak
Two health care workers from the Providence Transitional Care Center in Anchorage share their stories.
About 87% of troopers are white, compared to 65% of Alaska’s population. Alaska Natives and American Indians have the next-largest representation among troopers, at 5%, compared to some 20% of the population overall.
Kwik’pak, a plant that processes Yukon River salmon, has stopped purchasing fish in District 2 of the Yukon River, which includes Mountain Village, Pitkas Point, St. Mary’s, Pilot Station, and Marshall.
After watching protests unfold for Black lives in Alaska and across the country, Lacey Davis posted a video on Facebook about her experiences of growing up Black in Juneau.
State financial regulators have fined a Goldbelt, Inc. shareholder over a Facebook post complaining of inaction by the state agency responsible for financial oversight of the corporate board. This comes as the state’s broad powers over shareholder speech is under review by the Alaska Supreme Court.
Bars take another hit after being linked to some covid-19 outbreaks. And, Denali National Park visitation is at an all time low. Plus, some advice on celebrating the 4th during the pandemic.
"Of Bears and Ballots" is about Heather Lende's time as a member of the Haines assembly, from running for office, through some contentious debates, some uplifting moments, and then a recall effort that ultimately failed.
The city identified 19 establishments in the municipality, Palmer and Seward where individuals infectious with COVID-19 "spent extended time."
Hilcorp and BP don’t have to publicly disclose details surrounding the sale of BP’s assets.