Providers in rural Alaska have been pushing to store blood supplies closer to the communities they serve.
The American Constellation is set to arrive early Saturday morning and will stay in town for 10 days
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Last Saturday, the Alaska Native community and allies gathered at Overstreet Park in Juneau for a candlelight vigil honoring the 215 children found at a residential school in Kamloops, British Columbia.
Some accuse Instagram of censorship after posts for Missing, Murdered, Indigenous Persons Awareness Day disappear
On May 5, people all across the country shared stories and pictures, and memorialized the thousands of Indigenous people who have disappeared. Later, many users reported that content they shared to their stories disappeared too.
Three and a half months after its water plant burned down, the village of Tuluksak has secured enough funding to build a new one.
Former Lt. Gov. Valerie Nurr’araaluk Davidson will take over as interim president of the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium, after its previous president resigned last month.
Since the pandemic began, Anchorage’s largest soup kitchen has had to overhaul how it serves residents in need of a hot meal moving from communal meals to prepackaged ones.
Despite the declines, the region still maintains the highest COVID-19 case rate in the state, a position the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta has held since October 2020.
Nastasia ‘Bea’ Xavier’s doctor said he had only seen a handful of patients as sick as her and that “there were many times where it was hour-to-hour.”
Former Tanana Chiefs Conference Chief and Chairman Victor Joseph has been appointed to a federal task force to ensure all Americans are tested and treated for COVID-19 fairly.