Savitt had said that “all of the numbers look good,” referring to case rates that were four times higher than the nation’s.
Former Assembly members said people on the left and right, and on both sides of the dais, need to open their ears and hearts, and assume even their opponents want a better Anchorage.
Dunleavy spoke with Alaska Public Media about the state of the pandemic, his relationship with lawmakers and the outlook for next year.
Alaska continues to lead the country in its COVID-19 rate, according to the New York Times.
The review could result in polar bears being “uplisted” to endangered, with further protections, or de-listed altogether.
The ordinance could last as long as 60 days or until two of the city’s three hospitals are not operating at crisis levels or Anchorage doesn’t have a high rate of COVID-19 spread.
Anne Sears’ 22-year career in law enforcement took her all over the state — from Southeast, to Southcentral, the Interior and, eventually, back to Northwest Alaska, where she’s from.
A towering figure in the worlds of Alaska fisheries and politics, Tillion died Wednesday morning at his home in Halibut Cove.
Alaskans shouldn’t read too much into the early season cold temperatures and snowfall.
Bronson’s veto comes after days of chaotic and combative public testimony about a proposed mask ordinance that was similar to the emergency measure approved Tuesday.