Arabie arraigned on felony murder and weapons charges

29-year-old Joseph Arabie of Fairbanks is accused of killing his stepfather, Carlos Zuniga, on May 5.

40-year-old Michael Bracht was out on third party custody from his prior standoff with law enforcement at Justa Store in 2014.

Victor Carl Sibson has pleaded not guilty to second degree murder.

Veterans could come in, eat, meet with staff, and learn about all the things the program has to offer.

Pioneer Park set to open Saturday

Military Report: Lt. Gen. Wilsbach explains Northern Edge

High school seniors walk to encourage younger students

California family wins trip to Fairbanks to unearth treasure

Fairbanks man arrested on outstanding warrants after high speed chase

Olive oil 101

Head of Alaskan Command speaks about Northern Edge exercises

Bomb threat at Wells Fargo branch a false alarm

Patient reflects on receiving innovative stroke treatment 20 years ago

House passes bill limiting opioid prescriptions

World Health Organization: Screen time is affecting kids' health

71-year-old woman robbed outside Chena Bingo

Head of Alaskan Command to address Chamber

Participants explain how FCC's parenting program is helping them

UAF CTC hosts Fairbanks Aviation Day

Fairbanksans of all persuasions don high heels for a cause

Navy to search for explosives on ocean floor near Kodiak

West Valley's Class of 2017 graduates

FCC offers parenting programs for incarcerated fathers

2017 Torch Run raises funds for Special Olympics

Local charity planning fundraising walk for Sunday

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