APRN News Staff
Alaska health officials reported 58 new COVID-19 infections on Wednesday: 53 in Alaskans and five in non-residents. Thirty four of the resident cases were in Anchorage, and six were in Fairbanks.
Gladys Jung Elementary School Principal Chris Carmichael was arrested and released into federal custody on Dec. 11. Photo credit Petra Harpak / KYUK) Federal prosecutors have charged Christopher Carmichael, the principal of a Bethel elementary school,...
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