As total U.S. deaths approach 200,000, these states have avoided the worst of the pandemic.
The patient, Veronica Wilhelm, said during the trial she "obviously wouldn't have approved" the procedure and described the dentist's actions as "dangerous".
Robert Hansen murdered at least 17 women in Alaska in the 1970s and 80s.
American fishing vessels encountered Russian military drills off the coast of Alaska on Wednesday and were reportedly ordered to leave the area.
U.S. Northern Command said the submarine was taking part in Russian military drills in international waters.
Average daily new cases have been on an upward trend in several states in the Midwest, including Iowa, Missouri, Kansas and Nebraska.
The administration announced a leasing program on Monday that will open up more than 1.5 million acres of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to oil and gas exploration.
A new report by the American Academy of Pediatrics and Children's Hospital Association showed a 40 percent increase in COVID-19 cases diagnosed among U.S. children during the last two weeks of July.
The restaurant's co-owner said he doesn't believe he was endangering anyone.
"This is very discouraging news and not what we had hoped for," said UnCruise CEO Dan Blanchard on Wednesday.
The 211-mile road would give private mining companies access, through the Northwest Alaska wilderness, to the Ambler Mining District.
Greenpeace estimates over 19 million hectares of land—an area bigger than Greece—has burned since the start of 2020.
Mississippi, Missouri, Alaska, Oklahoma and Louisiana have each seen an increase in the average daily new cases reported over recent weeks.
Those traveling from New York to a handful of other states will need to self-quarantine upon arrival.
The National Weather Service issued tsunami Warnings and Advisories for much of the southern Alaskan coast and the Aleutian Islands but these have since been cancelled.
Georgia, Iowa, Utah and Louisiana each reported around a 42 to 61 percent increase in new cases on Friday.
Some states are waiving quarantine mandates for those who produce proof of a recent negative virus test result.
Several people have died or been rescued from the site after attempting pilgrimages to the remote area over the years.
The new rule is a "shameful rollback" of hunting regulations in Alaska, a spokesperson for the National Parks Conservation Association said.
Over the past decade, landslides have been responsible for generating giant waves in Alaska and Greenland.
Starting next week, Alaska lawmakers will receive a sticker showing they were screened for COVID-19 before entering State Capitol in Juneau.
"The notion that corporations incorporated under state law should be considered Tribal governments is shocking," said Tulalip Tribes Chairwoman Gobin in a Friday statement.
A vulnerable population of wolves living on Prince of Wales Island lost 97 percent of the population during the 2019-2020 trapping season.
Scientists have noticed significant ecological changes in the North Pacific near Alaska, including premature whales and slimmer seals, which they have linked to rising temperatures.
The license will allow the president's oldest son to hunt grizzly bears on Alaska's Seward Peninsula.
Kenneth Ray Manzanares had been traveling with his wife and two children.