- Subscriber Center
- Print Editions
- Contact Us
- Policies & Terms
Regents to meet next week.
Additional COVID-19 cases announced in Soldotna and in a nonresident visitor to the peninsula
5 of the new cases are on the southern peninsula, and Nikiski has its first case
One new case of COVID-19 was announced Wednesday, bringing the state’s total number of confirmed cases to 412. The new case is in the Bethel… Continue reading
With Alaska’s businesses and most other public entities set to reopen at full capacity on Friday, Gov. Mike Dunleavy and his administration are launching a… Continue reading
Testing procedures, flow of information and testing, and lack of hazard pay are all worries.
He still thinks its unconstitutional.
In a show of support for health care workers and others on the front lines of the novel coronavirus pandemic, myriad aircraft from the U.S.… Continue reading
As commercial fishing season ramps up in Alaska amid the global novel coronavirus pandemic, the state has provided more clarification on a specific type of… Continue reading
A sixth Homer resident has tested positive for COVID-19, the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services reported on Sunday. That is the second Homer… Continue reading
State extends mandatory quarantine for visitors, updates commercial fishing guidelines
State experts provide clarification on how deaths are reported during coronavirus pandemic
‘He was larger than life.’
ANCHORAGE — Richard Beneville, who was in his third term as the mayor of Nome and was known for bringing the flair of the New… Continue reading
Congress could change the rules.
With their regular stream of out-of-state tourists significantly dried up, fishing charter operations are looking to lure Alaskans back onto their boats in hopes of… Continue reading
No new COVID-19 cases reported Wednesday
Juneau has reported new cases of COVID-19 for the first time since the middle of April. The City and Borough of Juneau and the Alaska… Continue reading
2 new cases announced Monday are from Anchorage and Fairbanks.