The state reported no new coronavirus-related deaths or hospitalizations.
The City of Dillingham and the Curyung Tribal Council wrote a strongly worded letter to Governor Mike Dunleavy Monday urging him to consider closing Bristol Bay’s commercial fishery to protect the community from the coronavirus pandemic.
We’d like to have Alaskans share their stories on the public radio network about how their community is coming together, even as we stay at least 6 feet apart.
ADN cut pay for salaried employees by 20% and cut full-time hourly workers to a 32-hour week
A positive case of COVID-19 has been confirmed for the first time in the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta.
The state's Department of Labor says it received federal guidance on Sunday about how to administer new unemployment provisions of the CARES Act.
Police around Alaska are under temporary, coronavirus-related orders to not jail anyone on misdemeanor charges except for domestic violence or stalking. And for inmates seeking release from jail, it is now possible to request a bail hearing due to concerns over coronavirus.
Dunleavy said during his daily news briefing that the relatively low number of cases appears to be primarily due to the actions Alaskans are taking to minimize the spread. He said the administration will review what it’s doing later this week to determine if it should make changes.