Superior Court Judge Eric Aarseth said the city demonstrated that indoor dining exacerbates the risk of spreading the coronavirus. "A property interest cannot outweigh a person's interest in life," he wrote in his decision.
Gyms are adapting, but some still face financial strain as Alaskans opt out of indoor exercise.
Alaska is about to start a very unusual school year. And as we cover schools reopening this fall, we’d like to follow some of you through this transition.
The city is asking a judge to order Little Dipper Diner to shut down dine-in service immediately. It filed the paperwork, seeking a temporary injunction, in state court in Anchorage on Thursday.
Three residents and one employee at the Anchorage Pioneer Home have tested positive for the coronavirus.
A total of 37 people have tested positive for COVID-19 at the plant.
‘We’re all angry’: Anchorage restaurants lay off workers and shut down dine-in, while others defy order
Restaurants across Anchorage are having to make tough decisions as they quickly respond to the latest restrictions from Anchorage Mayor Ethan Berkowitz.
The cases were reported in a "remote area of the borough" and the alert level of the island remains at a 'green' status.
The state's hospital capacity has remained at 'green' levels throughout the pandemic, but some are raising concerns about what those numbers don't show.
The Juneau School District offices. (Photo by Heather Bryant/KTOO) The Juneau School District will begin on Aug. 24...
This latest case is a resident of Unalakleet unlike the first one which was identified as a non-resident of the community over the weekend.
The Berkowitz administration upped the stakes in a stand-off over an Anchorage restaurant that refused to shut down as required by a recent emergency order meant to slow the spread of coronavirus.
The airline says a total of 4,200 of its workers may be laid off on Oct. 1, the day after the federal payroll support program is set to end.
The Lower Yukon community of Mountain Village is shutting its doors to nearby nonresidents unless they have permission to enter from the tribe.
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The Anchorage man was in his 70s. He’s the 25th Alaskan whose death is linked to the infectious disease.
The two workers who tested positive for COVID-19 were flown to Anchorage from the Alpine oil field, near Nuiqsut.
Anchorage has the highest rate of coronavirus spread.
The Mat-Su School District says it is reducing the number of classes secondary school student will take per week, as well as moving Fridays to online learning.
Bars and nightclubs will be closed to dine-in service. Emergency Order 15 also limits indoor gatherings to 15 people and outdoor gatherings with food and drinks to 25 people. Outdoor gatherings without food and drinks are limited to 50 people.