State health officials reported 60 new COVID-19 infections by Thursday
At a time when monuments of colonizers and enslavers are being debated and removed across the country, a mural is going up this July 4th in the birth place and on the birthday of a Native civil rights leader. The new mural in the Southeast Alaska community of Petersburg celebrates Elizabeth Peratrovich, her legacy as…
It’s the biggest one-day increase in COVID-19 infections in Alaska since the pandemic began, breaking the prior record set earlier this week.
Usually in the summer, there’s a drop in demand for services for people experiencing homelessness. But local housing providers say that hasn’t happened this year.
State public health experts gathered Wednesday to discuss the latest science and the medical response to COVID-19.
The mayor’s Emergency Order 13 explicitly states that the order does not require a person with a disability to produce medical documentation verifying the stated condition or disability.
In a statement made June 30 the air carrier says that passengers who repeatedly refuse to wear a mask on a flight will be issued a warning in the form of a yellow card.
Collectively, Alaskans received $130 million in unemployment benefits in April. That’s grease in the gears of the local economy.
These protections were put into place in Senate Bill 241, which the Legislature passed in March. It benefits Alaskans who lost income as a result of the pandemic.
Dr. Anne Zink called going to bars a “high risk” activity.