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Planned Parenthood tries to block abortion regulation

Planned Parenthood tries to block abortion regulation

Planned Parenthood filed a lawsuit against the state last week, objecting to new limitations being placed on abortions paid for by Medicaid.

Food Policy Council seeks food security for Alaska

Food Policy Council seeks food security for Alaska

Juneau’s town hall is the second in a series of seven Alaska Food Policy Council meetings across the state.

USDA helps bring water and sewer to rural Alaska

USDA helps bring water and sewer to rural Alaska

USDA works in partnership with communities and the state of Alaska.

From paying $1,000 a month for health care to $100

From paying $1,000 a month for health care to $100

Now, Bonnie Berg says, she’s ready to take better care of herself

Research shows Alaska Native, Australian indigenous groups’ isolation from flu

Research shows Alaska Native, Australian indigenous groups’ isolation from flu

H7N9 has infected 150 people and killed 45 since it emerged in Chinese domesticated poultry last year.

JPD offers reward for illegal drug import tips

JPD offers reward for illegal drug import tips

The Juneau Police Department is offering a reward for reliable tips on illegal drug imports to the capital city.

Juneau drugs by the numbers

Juneau drugs by the numbers

Police say the number of people charged with drug crimes is trending upward

Researcher says Juneau is healthiest community in Alaska

Researcher says Juneau is healthiest community in Alaska

Matt Felix says part of the report’s goal is to give community health planners an indication of how to make a community healthier, so the report also focuses on Juneau’s weaknesses.

New transitional housing will provide safe, stable environment for former inmates

New transitional housing will provide safe, stable environment for former inmates

Haven House, now raising money for furnishings, will be home to nine residents when it opens in mid-March

Alaska’s Affordable Care Act enrollment remains low

Alaska’s Affordable Care Act enrollment remains low

In Alaska, about 3,000 people selected marketplace plans before Dec. 28 and 83 percent qualify for a subsidy to help pay for premiums.