Adult predators are finding new ways to message kids online and manipulate them. So, the FBI and other organizations in Alaska are teaching kids how to stay safe when they’re spending time online.
The Yup'ik village of Toksook Bay has been grappling with grief and a lack of mental health resources for young people after they finish school.
Julie Raymond-Yakoubian guides people through both spiritual and pragmatic arrangements surrounding end-of-life care and death.
Advocates for domestic violence victims are seeking solutions as federal money goes to small Tribes with limited access to law enforcement.
The state plans to end regulation on Jan. 1, citing upward pressure on prices, but some doctors say it will affect access to care.
Most psychedelic therapy is not legal in Alaska, except for ketamine therapy. But a panel of professionals discussed its future.
Some Alaska shelters are building long-term housing to keep women safe.
Only doctors can perform abortions in Alaska, according to a 50-year-old law. Planned Parenthood’s Alaska chapter argues that this limits access to abortion. So, the chapter filed a lawsuit against the state.
Advocates say they have the money to house survivors, but no place to put them.
During a Thursday vigil hosted by Covenant House Alaska, Ryna Lealai shared her story of escaping Anchorage's streets at age 17.
The spike comes after an 18% increase the previous year, which means prices have risen more than one-third in two years.
Paths to healing and happiness for veterans is our discussion on this Talk of Alaska.
Anchorage residents have faced a series of snow storms this week, and being a pedestrian in the city has been challenging, if not impossible.
The message was emphasized on Friday at a field hearing held by U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski in Bethel, the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta's regional hub.
The Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority is selling some of the 1 million acres of federal land it received under the Mental Health Act of 1956.
Health officials are working to better understand why Fairbanks and the Interior have seen a cluster of new HIV cases over the past two years.
On this episode of Alaska Insight, host Lori Townsend and her guests discuss what rural communities need to make child care effective and affordable.
Domestic Violence in Alaska: Advocates link Alaska’s high rate of traumatic brain injury with domestic violence
Alaska has the highest rate of deaths from traumatic brain injury in the nation and among the highest rates of domestic violence.
Host Prentiss Pemberton and his guest how to accept and address our own flaws, while teaching kids to do the same.
The state is working through a backlog of thousands of applications for SNAP benefits, after Alaskans waited months for help buying food.
Día de los Muertos is a Mexican and Mexican-diaspora celebration of people who have died and Anchorage is celebrating it for the 19th year.
The Tundra Women's Coalition hosted its final event marking this year's Domestic Violence Awareness Month, a Thursday candlelight vigil in Bethel.