That’s despite voting with Democrats on Friday against proceeding toward a vote on President Trump’s latest nominee to the Supreme Court.
News of the state’s jump in new cases comes a day after the U.S. announced a record high 83,757 new cases in one day. That’s according to data from John Hopkins University.
Eight people connected with the psychiatric facility, 3 staff and 5 patients, have tested positive for COVID-19 since the beginning of the pandemic.
Sullivan, a Republican, was sworn in to office in 2015 and is running for a second term. Meanwhile, Al Gross is an independent and the Democratic nominee who has not previously held public office.
According to a letter sent to residents’ families this week, all the people tested for COVID-19 received negative results and no one has shown symptoms of the virus.
In the past week, the Yukon-Kuskokwim Health Corporation has announced over 140 new cases of COVID-19 in Chevak.
The state has shared the estimate in the past — but this year they say they won’t until after announcing the length of the wolf season.
For the first time during the coronavirus pandemic, Bethel police arrested a person who tested positive for COVID-19 positive for being out in public. Police were enforcing a state order.
In the leisure and hospitality industry, there were about 13,000 fewer jobs this September than at the same time last year.
The majority of funding in a campaign to oust Alaska Supreme Court Justice Susan Carney comes from outside Alaska.
Anchorage’s new mayor inherits high COVID-19 case counts, uncertainty around schools and businesses, and residents who are more politically divided than ever.
The data is meant to help tribal citizens, and others, make educated decisions about where and when they’re harvesting.
Superintendent Deena Bishop worries that, as online school continues, “the gap is just widening between the haves and the have nots.”
The candidates are generally aligned on a lot of big goals, but there’s contrast in how they’d get there.
Superintendent Bridget Weiss says the loss is due to the district losing nearly 11% of its enrolled students.
Alaska candidates for the state’s only seat in the U.S. House of Representatives came face-to-face in a debate Thursday night.
Mike O’Daniel and his family went into quarantine immediately after he learned he tested positive for COVID-19.
A Washington-based seafood company says the state’s fisheries resource landing tax violates a pair of provisions of the U.S. Constitution.
City staff want to restrict skateboarding and some other activities along the seawalk. Dozens of skaters showed up to push back against that idea during a committee meeting on Wednesday.