The auto center closed to the public earlier this week after an employee tested positive and the state says the risk to people who visited the store is low.
All over town, people have planned alternatives to traditional Halloween activities and rigged up contraptions to deliver candy to costumed kids while socially distant.
It’s unclear how three of the four API patients were misidentified as active coronavirus cases.
The environmental group that captured Pebble Mine executives bragging about their sway over Alaska’s senators and governor have released new footage from those secretly recorded sessions.
Humans have found their way to St. Matthew from time to time — but none for very long.
Katzeek was the clan leader of the Shangukeidi, the first president of Sealaska Heritage Foundation and an educator who championed Tlingit culture and language.
Some realtors objected to the new policy and said they should have been consulted. The Assembly could vote on the policy again as early as Nov. 16.
Dunleavy and other state leaders say more rapid testing machines and tests are expected soon. The state is also adding more people to work on contact tracing.
Gov. Dunleavy said the state is aiming to have an answer to the problem by Thursday or Friday.
The Trump administration’s decision could be reversed through a court challenge or an act of Congress. Alternatively, another presidential administration could revisit the rule — but that would require public comment, meetings and another multi-year process.