Murkowski says she’ll listen carefully to the arguments during the Senate trial and will announce her decision after that.
So far, the federal government has distributed more than 35,000 doses to Alaska tribes — on top of the 78,000 doses it’s delivered to Alaska’s state government. And more than 250,000 doses have been dedicated to tribes nationwide through the Indian Health Service.
National Weather Service climate researcher Brian Brettschneider spoke with Alaska Public Media’s Casey Grove to explain the storm that brought the lowest atmospheric pressure ever recorded in the North Pacific.
The report looked at a range of data, including daily case counts, rates of transmission, survey data and Google mobility reports, which show general patterns of movement in the community.
House members are now debating an Article of Impeachment, accusing Trump of inciting the violent insurrection at the U.S. Capitol last Wednesday.
It’s unlikely the state will be able to keep the new COVID-19 strain from getting to Alaska and taking hold here, said Dr. Tom Hennessy, an infectious disease epidemiologist with the University of Alaska Anchorage’s College of Health.
A nationwide rally shared among far-right groups in the last days of Donald Trump’s presidency listed the Dimond Center address as the site of the Alaska rally.
Frustrated advocates and families point to overcrowding in prisons, inconsistent precautions and a general lack of transparency from the Department of Corrections.
Some of the legislation recycles ideas that have failed to get traction in the past few years — like levying state income taxes and adopting daylight saving time year-round — but there are plenty of new ideas, too.
Sen. Lisa Murkowski says President Trump incited the violence at the Capitol and is too angry about losing the election to govern.