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The Alaskan who died, described as a “high-risk older individual,” was in Washington state.
Monday’s addition of a case in Sterling brings Alaska’s total to 39
5 total new cases Monday bring Alaska count to 37
Juneau, Mat-Su Borough announce their first cases
State closes schools through May 1, issues business restrictions for Fairbanks, Ketchikan
State working with federal authorities.
“This could be the tipping point.”
JUNEAU — Gov. Mike Dunleavy announced Tuesday that a one-time political rival will help lead a new team tasked with looking at ways to aid… Continue reading
Gov. Mike Dunleavy has declared a public health disaster emergency in order to prepare the state for what he said is the inevitable arrival of… Continue reading
‘No reason to panic.’
The Alaska House voted Thursday to remove Republican Rep. David Eastman.
Dunleavy talks state budget, fiscal future and oil prices
Leadership needs to step up.
Alaska’s land in Alaskan hands.
Opposition groups to hold town hall.
Backed by 17 co-sponsors, Rep. Sarah Vance, R-Homer, on Monday introduced House Bill 302, a bill that would prohibit abortion if a health care provider… Continue reading
Alaska U.S. Senator tells Legislature to work together.
Opponents will attempt to sway the possible recall election.
Recent funding just scratches surface of needs.
There’s more to education than schools.