Casey Grove & Tegan Hanlon, Alaska Public Media

Caribou graze on the coastal plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, with snowcapped peaks of the Brooks Range as a backdrop. (USFWS)

LISTEN: A flurry of lawsuits aim to stop drilling plans in Alaska’s Arctic. So what’s next?

Alaska Public Media's Tegan Hanlon and Casey Grove break down the avalanche of recent lawsuits that aim to derail drilling plans for Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge and Alaska’s National Petroleum Reserve.

Dunleavy extends shutdown of dine-in service at restaurants as COVID-19 cases climb

Meanwhile, the number of Alaskans diagnosed with COVID-19 grew to 143 by Wednesday, up 10 from the day before.

‘We crossed a line today’: Dunleavy orders statewide shelter in place, limits travel

People can still go outside, under the new mandate, but they must remain six feet or more away from individuals not in their households.

Dunleavy administration mandates two-week quarantine for people traveling into Alaska

The number of known coronavirus cases in Alaska had also grown to 36 by Monday.