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They want to OK funding by Wednesday.
State experts provide clarification on how deaths are reported during coronavirus pandemic
State extends mandatory quarantine for visitors, updates commercial fishing guidelines
The number of people allowed entrance will be limited and sanitation measures put in place.
On May 4, the state allowed for most non-urgent surgeries and procedures to resume.
The district has created a work group to explore ways school can reopen safely in the fall.
A landslide-generated tsunami is possible within the next year and “likely” to occur within 20 years.
Residents should be able to see the flyovers from their homes.
Police received a call reporting what appeared to be a pipe bomb in a residence on Alder Avenue.
The total number of cases in Alaska stands at 383, with 38 total hospitalizations and 10 deaths.
Fishing charters are currently allowed to operate at 50% capacity with people from different households.
The creation of the commission was included as a goal of the borough’s comprehensive plan.
A change is gonna come.
Blaze threatened 2 homes and was started by juveniles playing with fireworks
Juneau has reported new cases of COVID-19 for the first time since the middle of April. The City and Borough of Juneau and the Alaska… Continue reading
Travel is still prohibited to and from communities off the road system.
Congress could change the rules.
Projects are scheduled for Seward, Sterling Highway, Old Sterling and Kenai Spur highways.
Rescue team believes she is only a few days old and premature.
The two new cases, announced during Monday’s press conference, are from Anchorage and Fairbanks.