Ft. Wainwright man charged with assault of infant

An arrest warrant was issued for 22-year-old Ronald McGriff of Fort-Wainwright, after he allegedly kicked, shook and whipped an 8-month-old baby.


48-year-old Robert J. Grill of North Pole was found deceased from a chain saw wound to the neck near his residence on Sunday


32-year-old Christopher Gillaspy is charged with attempted murder, kidnapping, armed robbery and assault.



16-year-old Ike Cofey Junior pleaded 'not guilty' to First Degree Armed Robbery, Theft and two counts of Assault.


University considering tuition hikes


DOT begins multi-year project to upgrade all Fairbanks traffic lights


Donate: Hurricane Relief


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State sells 'Taku' ferry to Oregon developer


Air Force celebrates 70th birthday


5 ways to say goodbye to bad family photos


State Rep. David Talerico issued hunting citation


Alaska health insurance provider announces 26% decrease in rates for 2018


Veteran takes virtual Honor Flight thanks to technology


Lance Roberts and Brandon Emmett debate on Alaska Marijuana industry


Fairbanks man arraigned for sexual abuse of 2-year-old


'Juju's Journey' and the fundraising trip for childhood cancer research


Sen. Sullivan joins Republican leaders in support of Graham-Cassidy bill


Health Watch: Body Piercing safety and sanitation


Early voting begins for municipal elections


Alaska distilleries may be forced to stop serving mixed drinks


The Folk School hosts Log Construction Workshop


United Way supporters rally for campaign kickoff


31st African-American Leadership Conference opens at Pioneer Park


Pleasant Valley man shot during domestic disturbance


Murder suspect Greg Beasley arrested by Fairbanks police


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