Alaskans were eager to get their hands on a version of the coronavirus they could easily destroy.
Sen. Mike Shower said he wants to increase voters’ confidence in the voting system.
People working on behalf of Anchorage’s government contacted individuals about COVID-19 vaccine information, according to the governor’s office. The municipality received the names and contact information from state Department of Health and Social Services staff, the office said.
Rep. Gary Knopp’s widow has filed a counter complaint against High Adventure Air Charters, the Soldotna company whose plane collided with Knopp’s last summer.
While in past years, Ramadan services centered around the breaking of the fast with a meal, this year evening prayers are the main event, due to concerns about COVID-19.
With five weeks remaining before summer break, the Kenai Peninsula Borough mayor is publicly challenging the school district on its COVID-19 mitigation protocols. Mayor Charlie Pierce has long been an advocate of keeping mask-wearing a personal choice and opening the peninsula to business as usual amid coronavirus-induced closures. He turned his focus to the school…
Last year, all climbing permits in Denali National Park were suspended.
The end of the month is the deadline for the Legislature to pass a bill — and for Dunleavy to sign it — or low-income Alaskans will lose $8 million in additional food aid.
Cook Inlet has some of the largest tides in the world, but so far their energy potential has been left untapped.
The last time the pipe leaked, in 2017, Hilcorp didn’t complete repairs for three months, citing danger from ice in the inlet.