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

Over the weekend, 8,000 toy ducks were dumped into the Chena River to commence the 2017 Rubber Ducky race.


US Senator Lisa Murkowski released a statement Monday, confirming the new Interior Deputy Secretary.


Fairbanks once again celebrated the city's annual Golden Days week with the largest parade in Alaska, the 'Grande Parade,' taking place over the weekend.



23-year-old William "Chris" Allen is charged with murder, assault, and manslaughter following the July 4th vehicular deaths of Molly Judge-Parks and Marie Giesbrecht in Petersburg.


Ft. Wainwright's 'LendLease' housing celebrates completion with ribbon-cutting ceremony


Jury selection begins for trial of man accused of murdering Janessa Kempski


College Orientation Workshop pushes at-risk boys to succeed


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Alaska's unemployment now highest in the nation


Alaska Broadcaster Monte Bowen retires


How to pack great school lunches


Mayor Matherly nominates Jonathan Bagwill for vacant City Council seat


US House approves bill allowing construction of road from King Cove to Cold Bay


Experts say social media is distorting reality of life


Car fire shuts down Richardson Highway's north-bound lanes Friday afternoon


WEIO opening ceremony brings together a culture full of tradition and unity


Miss WEIO contestants visit Presbyterian Hospitality House


North Pole man sentenced to 2 years for sexually abusing child


Black Bear sighting on Ft. Wainwright


Sen. John McCain is diagnosed with brain cancer,


S Salon's wig program helps local women through hair loss


Rubber Ducky Race returns to Fairbanks Saturday


North Pole candidate filing period ends July 28th


Sen. Sullivan frustrated after Republican health care plan dissolves


Republican health care bill halted for lack of support: Vote to repeal ACA scheduled


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