Gov. Mike Dunleavy says anyone who wants to visit the state will have to provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test
State health officials identified 94 new cases of COVID-19 by Tuesday, 92 residents and 2 non-residents.
The Jesse Lee Home, which has been abandoned since being damaged in the 1964 earthquake, has long been a source of contention in Seward.
The Juneau Assembly will hold a virtual special meeting tonight at 5 p.m. before its regularly scheduled finance committee meeting.
The meeting agenda includes several public hearings, including an emergency ordinance that would mandate masks for anyone attending Friday’s fireworks display outside their cars.
The commission examines public safety issues and advises the mayor and city assembly.
The Juneau Assembly will discuss CARES Act appropriations for the community’s COVID-19 recovery and hear community concerns about policing.
“Molly of Denali” is the first nationally distributed children’s series to feature a lead character who is Native American.
Dunleavy and other state officials will give an update on the state’s response to COVID-19 and rental and mortgage assistance.
While Alaska’s rallies and protests have remained peaceful some Alaskans have reported instances of intimidation, backlash, or resistance. More demonstrations are planned for this weekend.