Tegan Hanlon & Lex Treinen, Alaska Public Media
Rising coronavirus cases temporarily shut down Kenai Peninsula, Mat-Su schools
The Mat-Su and Kenai Peninsula regions are under the state's "red alert" level based on their rates of coronavirus cases.
Cluster of COVID-19 cases tied to Anchorage hockey tournament
More than 300 players, coaches and fans from Mat-Su to Juneau attended the youth hockey tournament. Anchorage health officials are urging them to quarantine.
Anchorage embarks on widespread testing effort as COVID-19 outbreak at shelter grows
The number of infections linked to the Brother Francis Shelter grew to 68 by Friday afternoon.
‘A large outbreak’ at Anchorage homeless shelter grows to 61 coronavirus cases
City health officials say they've confirmed infections in 60 people who have stayed at the shelter and one staff member. And they expect the outbreak has impacted more.
Judge orders Kriner’s Diner to stop dine-in service
Superior Court Judge Eric Aarseth said the city demonstrated that indoor dining exacerbates the risk of spreading the coronavirus. "A property interest cannot outweigh a person's interest in life," he wrote in his decision.
‘We’re all angry’: Anchorage restaurants lay off workers and shut down dine-in, while others defy order
Restaurants across Anchorage are having to make tough decisions as they quickly respond to the latest restrictions from Anchorage Mayor Ethan Berkowitz.