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Trump wants nominee ‘without delay.’
There were fourteen firearms, many illegal in Canada, seized in a July incident.
The state announced four new hospitalizations Wednesday.
There were no reports of ashfall in nearby communities near Katmai National Park.
‘A merger is not being considered.’
‘An all-hands-on-deck situation.’
‘Take it seriously.’
Daily COVID update
The Republican governor said he did not believe he had violated the state executive ethics act.
‘We believe in the individual.’
Restaurants and their employees nationwide have been decimated by the pandemic.
CDC says expect vaccine in November.
The senate candidate on priorities, the economy and the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
The state reported 69 new cases on Wednesday
Grant-funded effort offers a detailed look at where Alaska’s most at-risk populations live.
The state also announced Thursday an outbreak at the McLaughlin Youth Center in Anchorage.
1 new case on the southern peninsula, 2 more in Soldotna
The woman later said she was uncomfortable with the contact and reported it to her supervisor.
Alaska’s junior senator discusses economic recovery, legislative priorities and pandemic response
Kenai now has 75 total cumulative cases.