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Parnell: Alaska at low risk for Ebola
Alaska
JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) - Alaska is at low risk for Ebola infections but the risk is real, and the state is taking steps to be prepared, Gov. Sean Parnell said Thursday. During a news conference in Anchorage with state health officials, Parnell said we live in an interconnected ...
October 22 2014
Begich urges more airport screenings for Ebola
Alaska
JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) - Democratic U.S. Sen. Mark Begich has called on President Barack Obama to expand health screenings at more international airports, including Anchorage, in response to Ebola concerns. "This is particularly important should the disease spread to other countries as we will have more inbound flights ...
October 22 2014
Division approves health plan rate hikes
Alaska
JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — The Alaska Division of Insurance has approved rate increases of up to 40 percent for individuals who bought health insurance plans through the federally run online marketplace.
September 17 2014
Senator Begich pulls campaign commercial using grisly murder, rape
Alaska
By Steve Quinn JUNEAU Alaska (Reuters) - Alaska Democrat Mark Begich has canceled a re-election campaign attack commercial citing grisly murders and child rape after the victims' family complained, the latest standoff in a key race for Republicans' bid to recapture control of the U.S. The commercial, which aired on Friday, featured an ex-Anchorage police officer accusing Begich's Republican ...
September 04 2014
Hospital sends out death notices to living patients
Juneau, Alaska
An Australian hospital sent out death notices for hundreds of its living patients.
August 30 2014
Ex-Coast Guard employee gets life for killing two others on Alaska base
Alaska
By Steve Quinn JUNEAU Alaska (Reuters) - A former U.S. Coast Guard employee convicted of shooting two co-workers to death at a remote Kodiak Island communications station two years ago was sentenced to four consecutive life terms in prison on Tuesday, federal prosecutors said. A federal court jury in Anchorage found James Michael Wells, 63, guilty in late April of two counts of first-degree ...
July 08 2014
New cancer treatment center opens in Juneau
Juneau, alaska
Midnight Sun Oncology, an Alaskan cancer treatment practice, has opened an office in Juneau near Bartlett Regional Hospital and a pre-existing treatment center. Dr.
June 11 2014
Missing hiker's cats need a home
Alaska
Squeak and Libby need a home. Friends and family have been taking care of missing Juneau hiker Sharon Buis' cats since she went missing on May 23. The group is now hoping someone in Juneau will adopt two of the three cats permanently.
June 10 2014
Growing a healthy community
Alaska
Things are starting to bloom with the Partnerships for a Healthier Juneau program. Plans four years in the making are being realized, starting with building raised garden beds at local childcare centers.
June 10 2014
Begich reserving judgment on Shinseki
Alaska
JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) - U.S. Sen. Mark Begich was reserving judgment on whether Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki should resign amid allegations of problems, including delayed medical care, at VA facilities across the country. During a news conference Thursday in Anchorage, Begich said problems found within the VA ...
June 10 2014
Partnerships for a Healthier Juneau in Action: Edible Child Care Gardens
Alaska
"Spring is the time of plans and projects." - Leo Tolstoy, Anna Karenina This quote rang true at several childcare centers in Juneau this spring through the Edible Child Care Gardens project.
June 10 2014
Nurses get sexual assault examiner training
Alaska
JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) - Homer nurse Colleen James had been working in her field for about five years when she was confronted with something she'd never dealt with before - a child patient who was sexually assaulted. "No one knew how to take care of that child and ...
May 08 2014
Study: Alaska health care prices top nation
Alaska
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) - A new study says four Alaska cities have the costliest health care prices in the nation. Juneau was the costliest city for health care that was listed in the report released last week by the Council for Community and Economic Research, the Anchorage Daily ...
April 27 2014
My Turn: Get informed to change the healthcare debate
Alaska
"Juneau's health care tops the nation," reads the headline. It is serendipitous that the report appears on April Fool's Day. We've all been taken, but it's no joke.
April 27 2014
Alaska News Nightly: April 25, 2014
Alaska
Jury Convicts Alaska Man In Coast Guard Killings; Court Rules In Favor Of Same-Sex Couples In Property Tax Case; Surprise Inspection Finds High Radiation Levels At Acuren Facility; Alaska Legislature Gavels Out; Three To Try Out For Juneau Symphony Conductor; AK: Cats; 300 Villages: St. Michael Download Audio
April 26 2014
After hung jury, Kowalski won't be retried for first-degree murder
Washington
After a partial verdict from a Juneau jury, Alaska prosecutors announced Thursday they will not pursue another trial against a man accused of murdering his mistress while on vacation in Yakutat 17 years ago. A jury last week convicted Robert D.
April 18 2014
Alaska shooting case goes to jury
Seattle, Washington
JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — An Alaska prosecutor urged jurors to disregard Robert Kowalski’s account of the death of his girlfriend and convict him of murder in the 18-year-old case.
April 13 2014
Prosecutors Urge Jury to Convict Kowalski of Murder
Alaska
An Alaska prosecutor urged jurors to disregard Robert Kowalski's account of the death of his girlfriend and convict him of murder in the 18-year-old case. Following final arguments, a Juneau jury began deliberations in the trial of Kowalski, 53, who fired a shotgun that killed Sandra Perry at around 3 a.m. on July 21, 1996, in Room 10 of Yakutat's Glacier Bear Lodge, the Juneau Empire reported.
April 12 2014
Tedious words reveal Yakutat horror
Alaska
With no audio recordings to play for the Juneau jury hearing a 17-year-old cold case, prosecutors on Thursday introduced the murder suspect's statements to law enforcement in a roundabout way.
April 04 2014
'Into the Wild' hunter fatally shot by police in Alaska
Juneau, Alaska
JUNEAU, Alaska (Reuters) - An Alaskan moose hunter, whose discovery of the corpse of a wanderer two decades ago helped lead to the 2007 movie "Into the Wild," has been shot and killed by police following a weekend chase through the city of Wasilla, Alaska State Troopers said.        
March 29 2014
Old case, new twist
Juneau, Alaska
A Juneau jury heard a new twist on a old case Tuesday when they learned that a man accused of murdering his girlfriend at a Yakutat lodge 17 years ago was married at the time and, in the moments before the fatal gunshot, may have argued with his lover about divorcing his wife.Alaska prosecutors have never before publicly suggested a motive for the fatal shooting of Sandra M. Perry, who was shot ...
March 26 2014
Court bombshell: Troopers destroyed evidence in cold case
Alaska
A murder trial underway in Juneau came to a standstill Monday when the defense attorney informed the judge that Alaska State Troopers have destroyed most of the physical evidence in the 17-year-old case, which was "cold" for about a decade and a half before it was re-opened in 2009.
March 25 2014
Trial takes grisly turn with 'horrifying' photos of gunshot victim
Clear, Alaska
Editor's note: The following article contains graphic descriptions and mature subject matter. In the first day of trial against a man accused of murdering his girlfriend, a Juneau jury saw pictures of the 39-year-old victim when she was alive and well.
March 23 2014
Kowalski Trial in Alaska Cold Case Starts in Juneau
Washington
JUNEAU, Alaska — A cold case murder trial has started in Juneau involving the shooting of a Washington State woman by her boyfriend at Yakutat's Glacier Bear Lodge in 1996. The Juneau Empire reports the case involving the shooting death of Sandra Perry by Robert Kowalski was re-opened in 2009 after Kowalski was convicted of homicide for killing a different girlfriend in Montana in 2008.
March 22 2014
Flathead Valley killer now on trial in Alaska
Washington
JUNEAU, Alaska — A cold case murder trial started Thursday in Juneau involving the shooting of a Washington State woman by her boyfriend at Yakutat’s Glacier Bear Lodge in 1996.
March 22 2014
Cold-case trial in death of SeaTac woman begins in Alaska
Montana
JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — A cold case murder trial has started in Juneau involving the shooting of a SeaTac woman by her boyfriend at Yakutat’s Glacier Bear Lodge in 1996.
March 21 2014
SEARHC clinics to close for Elizabeth Peratrovich Day
Alaska
JUNEAU - All SouthEast Alaska Regional Health Consortium clinics and administrative offices will be closed Monday, Feb. 17, to honor the achievements of Alaska Native civil rights leader Elizabeth Wanamaker Peratrovich.
March 08 2014
Alaska News Nightly: February 25, 2014
Alaska
Pebble Mine Opponents Urge EPA To Kill Project; Quinhagak Man Arrested For Murder of 25-year-old Woman; Glacier Bay Land Slide Excites Scientists; House Democrats Confirm Kito To Downtown Juneau Seat; Bill Limiting Medicaid Abortion Payout Back In Discussion; Peter Tony Pleads Guilty To 3 Counts Of Child Sexual Abuse; Political Solution Sought For China Geoduck Ban; Pro-Union Delta Western ...
February 27 2014
Fairbanks borough officials appeal to lawmakers to stop insurance bill
Alaska
JUNEAU — While the state of Alaska’s health care plan costs have gone up 31 percent during the past three years, the Fairbanks North Star Borough School District’s health plan costs have gone up 17 pe
February 13 2014
SEARHC hires director of practice management
Alaska
JUNEAU — SouthEast Alaska Regional Health Consortium has announced Eric Gettis will be joining the organization as the new Director of Practice Management beginning Jan. 13.
January 20 2014
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