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Hospitals, health care workers facing burnout as COVID cases continue, officials say.
104 Japanese-Americans were interned from Alaska at the outset of WWII.
Beginning Sept. 27.
Public health officials work to stay ahead of testing need
The breach was caused by a highly sophisticated cyberattack and involves an unknown number of individuals.
Alaska has one of the highest case rates in the nation right now.
A Valdez and Kodiak resident took home checks for $49,000 each.
By Mark Thiessen Associated Press ANCHORAGE — Alaska on Wednesday reported its highest number of new COVID-19 cases, a day after the state’s largest hospital… Continue reading
Payments of $1,100 set for mid-October
The emergency room is overflowing at Providence, with patients wait for hours in their cars to see a doctor for emergency care.
People can send welcome letters or purchase items from the organization’s Amazon wish list if they want to give from afar.
Deaths of 6 residents, 1 nonresident reported
Next stop: The governor’s desk.
JUNEAU — A member of the Alaska Legislature has apologized for saying Nazi experimentation on prisoners “produced results.” State Rep. Sara Hannan, a Democrat from… Continue reading
State Epidemiologist Joe McLaughlin said there are some similarities with the flu and COVID-19 viruses.
Legislators have spent most of this year in regular or special legislative sessions, with this year’s payout unresolved.
Lawmakers added provisions barring vaccine mandates
Republican Sen. Lora Reinbold on Thursday requested the excusal from Saturday through Jan. 15.
The EPA is seeking to reinitiate the process of making a Clean Water Act determination to protect certain waters in Bristol Bay.
Workers are strained.