If the plan is approved, Madera Community Hospital could reopen as early as July.
Community & Public Health
Bill allowing low-income domestic violence survivors to record court hearings defeated due to opposition from court reporters' unions.
President Biden decided to put off a plan to ban menthol cigarettes until March after several civil rights groups argued that the ban would unfairly target African Americans.
The Lower Kuskokwim School District’s itinerant social workers are a model for how curriculum and mentorship can reach even the most remote schools.
A new study from Alaska researchers shows that all types of intimate partner violence – including psychological aggression and controlling behavior as well as physical violence – are linked to negative physical and mental health outcomes.
Advocates for domestic violence victims seek solutions as federal money goes to small Tribes with limited access to enforcement.
Maternal mortality studies in Alaska show violence and overdose cause more deaths than medical problems.
Pandemic funding has housed thousands statewide, but there is not yet a program to replace it when the federal money runs out.
Some Alaska shelters are building long-term housing to keep women safe.
Group in Juneau explores how restorative justice could address domestic violence, shifting focus from punishment to community healing.