GoPro footage: FCC officer brandishes firearm on North Pole ATV motorist

GoPro footage captured a scuffle between an ATV motorist and an FCC officer in North Pole. Now the ATV motorist is being charged with 4th degree assault.


31-year-old Patrick Smith of North Pole was ejected from his vehicle during the crash. Medics arrived on scene and administered CPR, but Smith succumbed to his injuries.


The University of Alaska Fairbanks recently dissolved its Economics degree program dude to budget cuts in the UA system.



This summer's Summer Spectacular Carnival opens Friday, with 26 rides from Golden Wheels Amusements.


Countdown to solar eclipse


United Methodist volunteers bring Rescue Mission's 'Joshua Community Project' closer to completion


Pastor spends summer working to feed children in need


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Rubber Ducky Race winners announced


Fairbanks city council bids farewell to Jerry Norum


6 tips to make the most of your visit to the zoo


Moose Creek man faces third sexual abuse conviction since 2001


Wednesday's ACA repeal vote fails in Senate


Sole survivor of plane crash is back on the job and back in the air


Roberto Leal pleads 'not guilty' to murder of Robyn Gray


Gov. Walker signs legislation aimed at controlling Opioid prescriptions


Ft. Wainwright hosts newcomer's orientation for incoming military personnel


Chena Hot Springs Rd. mailboxes vandalized by pyrotechnics


Healy man arrested after waking up roommate and strangling him


Governor Walker reacts to ACA repeal


Fairgrounds busy with preparations for Tanana Valley State Fair


US Senate votes to open up repeal of ACA to floor debates


Olivia Piiyuuk Shields named Miss WEIO 2017


8,000 rubber ducks race their way down the Chena River


Murkowski votes to confirm Interior Deputy Secretary David Brenhardt


Golden Days Parade showcases Interior's unique lifestyles


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