ANCHORAGE, Alaska | Earthquake-weary Alaskans still grappling with damage
ANCHORAGE, Alaska — Life was beginning to return to normal Monday in Alaska following the powerful earthquake near Anchorage, but people were still grappling with damage that closed public buildings and schools, clogged roads and knocked homes off foundations.
Some residents went back to work. but state transportation officials again urged people who live north and south of Anchorage to take the day off or work from home to reduce traffic.
Rockfalls were still occurring along cliff-lined Seward Highway, while major repairs were underway on hard-hit Glenn Highway, the main road leading north of the city, Department of Transportation spokeswoman Meadow Bailey said.