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Front Street clinic faces staffing challenges

Front Street clinic faces staffing challenges

A Juneau health center that faced closure earlier this year over funding now is struggling to keep top positions filled.
Pipeline coordinator’s office to close

Pipeline coordinator’s office to close

Federal coordinator Larry Persily says the office was not funded in the budget passed by Congress last week. …

Appeals court to reconsider Tongass case

Appeals court to reconsider Tongass case

In March, a divided three-judge panel sided with the state of Alaska and found the U.S. Department of Agriculture had legitimate grounds in 2003 to…

Eyak to pay $2.5M fine to settle fraud case

The company's director of contracts, Harold Babb, accepted kickbacks from contractors from 2007 to 2011 and is serving a seven-year prison sentence.…

Tanana man to serve 30 days for assault of VSPO

Arvin Kangas entered his plea Monday for placing Sgt. Mark Haglin in fear of physical injury.…

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Anchorage schedules hearing on marijuana sales ban

An ordinance opting Alaska's largest city out of legal marijuana sales was introduced by Assemblywoman Amy Demboski, who…

Medicaid expansion could be months away in Alaska

Medicaid expansion could be months away in Alaska

Issues need to be worked out with a Medicaid eligibility system as well as with a Medicaid payment…

Man sentenced in Anchorage police dog stabbing

Prosecutor Daniel Shorey says the long sentence reflects the community's strong disapproval of the attack.…

Sea lion’s severed head goes missing from Ketchikan pier

The Ketchikan Daily News reports the head had been dangling from the pier into the water so it…

Alaska regents OK tobacco ban

Alaska regents OK tobacco ban

The resolution bans cigarettes, cigars, hookahs, water pipes, e-cigarettes, e-cigars and vape pens. It also forbids their use…

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