ConocoPhillips plans to cut about 10 percent of its Alaska workforce, a company spokeswoman said today.
The Anchorage Department of Health and Human Services introduced the department's first mobile health clinic Tuesday.
Anchorage police have encountered people suspected of using Spice, an unpredictable and often dangerous synthetic cannabis, at least 60 times in just the past 10 days, the department says.
It's an effort two decades in the making to spread awareness about prostate and testicular cancers.
A federal review of a Wasilla-based VA clinic, requested by Sen. Lisa Murkowski, revealed a series of problems that could potentially “compromise patient safety,” according to a report released Tuesday.
After a couple days of boiling drinking water, Haines residents on Friday learned a positive E. coli test in the public water system has been overturned.
A community in Southeast Alaska is being advised not to drink from the public water system without boiling until further notice.
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6,000 people laced up their shoes for the 23rd annual Run for Women Saturday.
A case of measles was confirmed in Fairbanks, the first time in 15 years the virus has occurred in Alaska.
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