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The first of Alaska’s 35,100 doses of Pfizer’s COVID-19 arrived via UPS plane in the state on Monday
With just over a month before session is set to begin, some lawmakers are waiting to lock down digs.
Drive-thru events and online crafts are among the family-fun activities being offered this month
Community opposition mounts to Smart Start revisions
Affected communities include Kenai, Homer, Soldotna, Seward, Nikiski, Other South and Sterling
Board members have been appointed and transfer of assets is next
Budget plan includes $5,000 in Alaska Permanent Fund dividend payments in 2021 and a $350 million bond package.
Pandemic prompts surge in outdoor activity
Collegiate summer leagues like the ABL were hit by another potential obstacle recently.
There were 273 cases reported by the Kenai Peninsula Borough over the past week.
Dunleavy previously said that a shortage of time prevented Alaska from joining in the lawsuit.
The Alaska SeaLife Center recently overcame major financial setbacks spurred by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Thursday marked the 38th day in a row that the state reported daily case increase of more than 500.
Zink fielded questions from the Kenai City Council during their Wednesday night work session
The beloved school activities bus driver died on Dec. 3 from COVID-19 complications.
Governor said his office did not have enough time to review the facts of the case
Wildwood Correctional Facility in Kenai had zero active cases among inmates as of Wednesday, and Spring Creek Correctional Facility had one active case as of Dec. 8.
The loans are meant to help businesses become more resilient in the face of economic disasters.
Fishermen, processors, elected officials warn of devastation to the fishery.
One of the drivers was pronounced dead on scene