Updated 5:58 p.m.: Also Friday, health officials reported 127 new resident cases, 31 of which are residents of the Fairbanks North Star Borough. The new cases included 22 Fairbanks residents and nine residents from North Pole
According to an order issued Thursday by Alaska Supreme Court Chief Justice Joel Bolger, misdemeanor trials may resume Nov. 2. All other jury trials will remain suspended until Jan. 3, 2020.
The plan is to send a camera into the atmosphere attached to a weather balloon where it would spend approximately four hours shooting photos from an aurora-level height.
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