Alaska ranked 5th in the nation in a recent state scorecard on long-term services for older adults, the disabled, and family caregivers.
The question on atmosphere of trust in the organization scored the lowest
Wednesday is the deadline to apply for a seat on several city and borough enterprise boards
The four largest hospitals in Alaska are facing Medicare payment penalties for the quality of their care.
A federal trial is underway to determine whether the State of Alaska does enough to serve voters who speak Native languages.
Juneau officials met Monday to plan their response to a possible glacial outburst flood in the area around Mendenhall Lake this summer
The Juneau Assembly is considering a ban on e-cigarette vapors in nearly all indoor public spaces.
Parade entry forms are due Wednesday.
Fry bread has generations of history in many Alaska Native families, where the untraditional food has become a cultural fixture.
Universal access to vaccines may be back, with a law that uses the state as a broker between insurance providers and pharmaceutical companies to get a bulk discount.