This year marks the 30th anniversary of the Golden Heart Electric Associations member tree giveaway. This annual Arbor Day adjacent event will take place Saturday May 15th at three locations across the state.
The Fairbanks Police Department, along with the Fairbanks Fire Department and Fort Wainwright's 65th Explosive Ordnance Disposal Company, investigated two suspicious boxes/packages at the First National Bank on Merhar Ave. in Fairbanks
According to a press release issued on Thursday, the Fairbanks North Star Borough School District is lifting it’s mask mandate for adults and students 16 years or older, in line with the updated CDC guidelines that were recently released.
Born in Afghanistan, Sam Sidiqi spent part of his life growing up here in Alaska, now he's looking to merge the two experiences with an ascent of Denali as he raises funds for those in the Afghan mountain regions.
To help encourage more Alaskans to join the education workforce, the University of Alaska has launched a new website to help prospective students find education programs that can suit their career goals.
On May 15 all vehicles operating in Fairbanks, and those of all Alaskans living above the 60 North Latitude line, will be required to remove any studded tires and replace them with their springtime counterparts.
Wildland firefighters responded to a small wildfire at the Chena Hot Springs Road shooting range on Saturday. According Alaska Forestry Public Information Officer, Tim Mowry, the fire started as a result of shooting activities at the range. It burned just over nine acres before it was contained.
Lisa McEnulty's husband, Kevin McEnulty, was shot and killed by Alaska State Troopers in 2019. Kevin had a mental health crisis and was suicidal at the time. He fired a pistol into the air before law enforcement shot and killed him.
OneWeb, the low Earth orbit satellite communications company, is partnering with Hughes Network Systems and the U.S. Air Force research lab to help bring high-speed internet to projects in the Arctic region.
The FBI searched the home and business of a couple from Homer on April 28 looking for items stolen from the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6. Newly unsealed court records show agents believed a woman seen assisting in the theft of a computer belonging to Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi was Marilyn Hueper of Homer.
The days are getting longer and warmer and many Alaskan’s are pulling out their ATVs, side-by-sides and dirt bikes to enjoy the summer, but like everything there are rules involved with recreational vehicles.
The Fairbanks North Star Borough School District decided in January of 2020 not to renew their long term contract with the school bus transportation provider: First Student Inc., ultimately awarding the contract to Durham School Services.
House Bill 76, touted by lawmakers as providing tools vital to Alaskans during the COVID-19 pandemic, was signed into law by Gov. Mike Dunleavy on Friday, according to his office. The governor then ended the state’s emergency declaration with a signed proclamation, effective immediately.
More than 4,000 miles from Washington, D.C., and nearly four months after the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol, the search for wrongdoers from that day brought the FBI to Homer, Alaska, a coastal town at the southern end of the Kenai Peninsula.
A pair of administrative orders from Presiding Judge Terrence Haas says that the 14 day case rate of 47.05 per 100,000 residents made it unsafe to conduct in person grand jury and in person jury trials.
The Fairbanks North Star Borough School District has appointed Karen Melin, to serve as the interim superintendent for the upcoming school year. In a Q&A, we asked the temporary superintendent what her plans are as the leader of the local school system.
Spring has sprung as migratory birds of all kinds flock back to Fairbanks. And a local non-profit is sponsoring a month-long birdwatching event to turn the community's eye to these feathered travelers.