The state has set up a task force to look into how to reintegrate visits to nursing homes. But a timeline is still unknown.
Juneau’s case is one of 13 new cases reported on Thursday by the state.
In this newscast: Libraries to reopen in Juneau but they might look a little different Municipalities face budgeting challenges A cycling woman in Ketchikan is helping people during the pandemic
Recently, 27 new species were discovered in Glacier Bay National Park.
The agency says shutting down a king salmon season would contribute little to saving an endangered population of killer whales.
In total, nine tribal governments have requested the feds hit pause on the Roadless Rule decision while the pandemic unfolds.
In Juneau, one weaver wanted to create a work of art to reflect the biggest story of our time: the coronavirus. And Chilkat weaving seemed like the perfect medium to express that.
As the state of Alaska ordered social distancing mandates, a Juneau drive-thru burger joint was born.
The coronavirus pandemic has highlighted some major inequities in the way people shop for groceries.
In this newscast: Some businesses have Governor Mike Dunleavy’s OK to reopen. But city officials in Juneau still discussing. It was supposed to be the start of the cruise ships season today. But that’s not happening for a while. Bristol Bay is conflicted over how to start fishing season with COVID-19 concerns