Brown and his mother got lost on a trail Wednesday. She was found injured, but alive on Friday.
The state epidemiologist says some new cases in Anchorage indicate community transmission.
Alaska now has 17 confirmed cases of the virus.
The Ketchikan Gateway Borough employee was in close contact with the man who is the first identified positive case in the city.
John Binkley has worn a lot of hats: stints in the Legislature, a primary challenge to Gov. Frank Murkowski in 2006 and, more recently, the face of the cruise industry in Alaska. But he’s also wading into the biggest political fight in the state: defending Gov. Mike Dunleavy from being recalled.
The state’s reliance on air travel sets it apart from the contiguous states.
Owners say Tatsuda’s IGA may be closed for good after a rock slide fell in the early morning hours.
Alaska geoduck clam divers are stuck sitting on the beach until at least March 5.
In January, divers held an emergency meeting of the geoduck committee to talk about what to do next.
What happens if a megaship loses power? The Coast Guard recently met with the cruise industry looking for answers.