Video: Spicer and reporter laugh after testy exchange

Press Secretary Sean Spicer offered reporter April Ryan the first question and a laugh at the White House press briefing one day after the two engaged in a heated exchange.

Break up season brings not only cleaner roads to Fairbanks, but it's also prime time for residents to repair their cars.

A man who set a newspaper on fire in hopes the smoke would kill wasps at a home he just purchased inadvertently set the house on fire.

The small dogs traveled hundreds of miles earlier this week to find refuge.

Cat that was shot makes big step toward recovery

Alzheimer's advocates hit the Hill

Sheriff looking to change lives through new jail programs

Celebrity Birthdays, 3/29

Serial killer 'Angel of Death' allegedly beaten in prison, now hospitalized

200 skiers left dangling due to power outages

Shifting ice damages, drains dam near Kodiak

AST releases remainder of Fairbanks' Most Wanted list

State house passes "fully funded and responsible budget" to senate

These twins pair up to save lives

Special event will honor Vietnam Vets on Wednesday

Paws for Purple Hearts invites vets, active military and families for coffee

Health Report: Tips for healthier eating

Gov. Walker is sponsoring workers' compensation legislation

Wasilla traffic stop turns fatal

Legislators still wrestling with huge budget deficit

AST releases Fairbanks Top 10 Most Wanted

Hilcorp gas pipeline operating at minimum pressure

Earthquake rumbles ocean floor near the Aleutians

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12 Dead After Church Van and Pickup Truck Crash Head On in Texas

A dozen people were dead after a church van carrying senior citizens and a pickup truck collided head on in Texas Wednesday, authorities said.

Seattle Files Lawsuit Over 'Sanctuary Cities' Funding Threat

Seattle's mayor said the threat over 'sanctuary cities' is unconstitutional and makes cities less safe by pushing immigrant communities underground.

LGBTQ Advocates: Trump's Order Removes Protections Against Job Discrimination

With little fanfare on Monday, President Trump signed an executive order that LGBTQ advocates say removes protections against job discrimination

Jewel Thief, 86, Banned From Malls Under Plea Deal

"No shopping trips," a judge told the legendary larcenist.

State Dept. Employee Charged With Taking Money From China

Candace Claiborne told investigators she turned over only unclassified information, and she is not charged with providing anything classified.