The rise in fentanyl has prompted the state to start giving out a more powerful overdose-reversing medicine.
The U.S. is enduring its worst poultry health disaster, with some 52.7 million birds dead. Unlike another recent outbreaks, this one has lasted through the summer — and it’s still going strong.
Seasonal flu activity is increasing substantially across the state, and the rate is especially high in Southeast Alaska.
Weeks after announcing that Kroger and Albertsons grocery stores will merge, the corporations have no explanation for how it will affect customers in Alaska.
Of all U.S. states, Alaska in 2020 had the nation’s third-highest rates of syphilis and chlamydia.
The nonprofit Recover Alaska identified a chronic shortage of social workers as a key issue behind the state’s worst-in-the-nation status for alcohol-attributed deaths.
The Respect for Marriage bill says states can’t, on the bases of race or gender, reject a valid marriage license issued in another state.
After the loss of pressure in the water lines, city crew members scrambled to find the cause.
An NPR analysis finds that over the past two years, state lawmakers introduced more than 300 bills targeting trans people. Most of this legislation, 86%, takes aim at the rights of trans youth.
With that reunion came new questions on what shapes identity, and how generations of displacement of American Indians affects that identity.