State eyes Alaska Permanent Fund earnings draw without plan The Alaska Permanent Fund Corp.’s exterior sign. (Photo by Skip Gray,
Advocates opposed to mining in Bristol Bay region ramp up summer outreach Nick Harvey is a deckhand from Seattle. This
Borough Assembly approves funding for Port Mac repairs Ship unloads at Port MacKenzie. Courtesy of Mat Su Borough. On Tuesday,
Fairbanks looks to recruit seasoned officers with $20,000 bonus (Courtesy of the Fairbanks Police Department) Fairbanks is offering a $20,000
Fairbanks Police say Monday morning shooter was prepared for armed confrontation Fairbanks Police Department commander’s Dodge Charger. (Flickr Creative Commons
Confusion over legalities is hurting Alaskan ivory market, locals say An ivory carving of a beluga whale is set to
Alaskan appointed to help manage national fisheries Chris Oliver was appointed assistant administrator for NOAA Fisheries on June 19, 2017.
Alleged gunman shot by Fairbanks police Monday morning One person is dead after being shot by Fairbanks Police. Listen now
Alaska looks to reform its solitary confinement practices A cell in the punitive segregation unit at the Anchorage Correctional Complex.
Smithsonian representatives wrap up information meetings for Native veterans memorial Ozzie Sheakley, commander of Southeast Alaska Native Veterans, welcomes The
An Anchorage program has people role-playing in a refugee camp Participants in the refugee camp simulation try to build a
Fairbanks Borough air quality letters yield single citation Wood stove pipe on a Fairbanks home.(Credit Dan Bross / KUAC) The
Team Pure and Wild Freeburd wins 2017 Race to Alaska Chris Burd laughs as his brothers tie up the boat.