Monetary compensation for the loss of a loved one is small consolation for those who grieve. Still, it is important for providing financial security to loved ones after a fatality caused by another's negligence.
Here in Alaska, we know that the cold weather doesn’t just go away overnight when winter ends. Instead, the temperature slowly rises until we find ourselves wearing shorts sometime in May or June.
In some climates, bicycling year-round is considered extreme sport. Not so here in Anchorage. Biking in all seasons is a matter of proud tradition. That's why this city lays claim to the title of birthplace of the Fat Bike. It's also why Anchorage hosts such cycling-boosting events as the 2019 Big Fat Ride.
It seems that new findings about how the human brain works come down the pike every couple of months. We certainly know more today about neuroscience and what can happen if someone suffers a brain injury than we did just a few years ago. And chances are good that we will be hearing more about this serious matter during March because it is National Brain Injury Awareness Month.