The founder of Girls on the Run, an after-school running program that empowers girls to be healthy, happy and confident, visited Juneau.
A 39-year-old Washington state woman is the first victim of the Denali climbing season
Moses was the longest-serving member of the House
About 13,000 Alaskans signed up for health insurance on healthcare.gov during the open enrollment period that closed March 31st.
A recent report called “The Sitka Community Food Assessment” reveals that our food system is vulnerable — especially to the unpredictable costs of fuel.
Thirty people testified on the Augustus Brown pool and a proposal to raise the mill rate
The Southcentral Foundation announced a settlement with the Indian Health Service over contract payments represent the largest IHS settlement in history.
New Bartlett Regional Hospital CEO Chuck Bill will make $315,000 annually and get two signing bonuses worth a total of $63,000.
Emergency medical flight membership programs will once again be legal in Alaska at 12:01 a.m. Thursday
Gov. Sean Parnell has signed a bill that restricts state Medicaid payments for abortions.