The report looked at a range of data, including daily case counts, rates of transmission, survey data and Google mobility reports, which show general patterns of movement in the community.
Some lawmakers are moving to Parler and MeWe. The social media platforms are unmoderated so users can post whatever they want — including hate speech and conspiracy theories.
The Legislative Council filed a lawsuit on Dec. 23 seeking to remove appointees made since April 2019 to positions that require the Legislature’s approval.
“There are going to be 200-300 people coming into this building. They’re concerned about what’s going to happen and concerned about putting themselves in jeopardy,” said Kodiak Senator Gary Steven
Safari Club International is appealing a decision from a federal judge to uphold hunting and trapping restrictions in the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge.
A nationwide rally shared among far-right groups in the last days of Donald Trump’s presidency listed the Dimond Center address as the site of the Alaska rally.
With indoor rinks closed to public skate, new and experienced skaters alike are turning to natural rinks to get their fix.
Pruitt lost to Democrat Liz Snyder by 11 votes in November.
According to the Alaska Department of Labor, the worst of the pandemic job loss is over for now. Economist Karinne Wiebold said Alaska is expected to add jobs in 2021, but slowly.
State officials say similar mass vaccination clinics are planned for Juneau, Fairbanks and the Mat-Su.