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Alaska's highest court ruled in favor of the city of Fairbanks in a labor dispute with the city's public safety union. The Fairbanks Daily News-Miner... [Read More]
FAIRBANKS—A 28,000-acre wildfire burning south of Manley Hot Springs made an aggressive run during mid-week, raising concern about a threat to several buildings and Alaska... [Read More]
A 36-year-old North Pole man is accused of firing a shotgun at his girlfriend and her friends, ramming their car with his truck and later... [Read More]
The Public Safety Report is compiled from criminal complaints filed in state and federal courts, as well as some police blotter information, trooper dispatches, fire... [Read More]
An ordinance providing property owners veto power over some of their neighbors' land uses failed before the Fairbanks North Star Borough Assembly. [Read More]
Alaska's two Republican U.S. senators have announced their support of a bipartisan bill to ensure the ability of states to regulate legal marijuana industries. [Read More]
Alaska Republican U.S. senators are supporting a bipartisan bill that seeks to ensure states' ability to regulate legal marijuana industries. The Fairbanks Daily News-Miner reported... [Read More]
Outdoors Editor's note: Trip Report is an ongoing series about trail conditions around Interior Alaska. [Read More]
The application period is open for the family learn-to-camp program at Denali National Park that takes place July 6-8. [Read More]
There will be recitation of historical quotes, praying and singing of patriotic songs from the Patriotic Rosary Booklet at 11 a.m. before the 12:10 p.m.... [Read More]
You have heard and read the stories before, often recounted by anglers. People tell a tale of seeing a UFO and being abducted by aliens.... [Read More]
Our company commander gathered the 200 new cadets and pointed up the hill. The hill was wide open but strung intermittently with low hanging barbed... [Read More]
The Two Rivers community and the Tanana Valley Sportsmen's Association will hold their second annual cleanup day at the Stiles Creek gun range Saturday morning. [Read More]
The Golden North Archery Association holds it annual Midnight Sun Shoot tonight. [Read More]
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College Utilities is building out its water mains to offer service to an additional almost 298 lots with 226 houses off Chena Pump. [Read More]
It's well established that Arctic ice is changing in dramatic ways. As the climate warms, ice coverage is decreasing, the amount of multiyear ice has... [Read More]
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Igloo at mile 188 of the Parks Highway. Taken on June 3, 2018. Photo courtesy of Sophie Reid, North Pole... [Read More]