In response to dropping COVID-19 case rates, Acting Anchorage Mayor Austin Quinn-Davidson is signing a new emergency order that lifts capacity restrictions on businesses and eases gathering size restrictions across the municipality.
In the midst of recent allegations regarding Andy Teuber’s conduct while at the helm of the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium — and his subsequent departure from ANTHC and disappearance — Alaska’s News Source looked into other leadership positions he has held in the state of Alaska.
Former ANTHC president and chairman, Andy Teuber is still missing. Hours after the announcement it was discovered that his house was up for sale. His real estate agent said it was a longtime plan that he was asked to assist with shortly after Teuber's resignation.
Alaska’s Labor Department commissioner quashed fines that could have been issued against two Alaska seafood processors for allegedly failing to protect their employees from hazards associated with the COVID-19 pandemic.
The State of Alaska and the Pebble Partnership each filed separate requests for an appeal, after the Army Corps of Engineers denied a clean water permit that is needed to move the mining project forward.
As spring break approaches Anchorage School District officials want to remind students, faculty, and staff of the COVID-19 testing requirements for anyone who's returning to school following a trip out of state.