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COVID cases increased 145% from this week to last week, according to state data.
Micciche seeks path forward on budget, looks to pass legislation on fishing permits, alcohol regulations
Alaska reported an estimated rolling average of 583.3 cases per 100,000 people daily over the past seven days.
That’s according to the January edition of “Alaska Economic Trends”
He faces up 10 years in jail on each charge.
The 2022 PFD application period opened Jan. 1 and will close on March 31.
The proposal would raise the annual salary for Alaska lawmakers from $50,400 to $64,000
In the coming months, members of the panel will start to reveal their findings
When animals need help, a network of dedicated volunteers are trained and ready to pitch in.
Dunleavy plans to put the “election integrity” bill before the Alaska Legislature next session.
Hearing scheduled for mid-January.
The program to test travelers will stop at Alaska airports at the end of January.
Alaska will no longer offer testing at airports in Anchorage, Fairbanks and Juneau beginning Feb. 1.
Jan. 24 sailing to Bellingham canceled.
The state reported an average of 159.1 cases per 100,000 people across the state cumulatively over the past seven days.
Broyles, 20, said her grandparents immigrated from Korea to Anchorage about 50 years ago, before her mother was born.
But it’s going to take proactive work, health officials say
The move would create a Department of Health and a Department of Family and Community Services.
In 2019, suicide was the leading cause of death for young adults ages 15 to 24 in Alaska.
The Kenai Bluff Stabilization project is among those that would receive funding