Suspect killed in shootout with troopers

AST and FPD stopped the suspect's car with spike strips at the Mitchell onramp; shots were exchanged around 4:17 p.m.

Sullivan asked about the potentially severe consequences of North Korea developing a nuclear missile capable of reaching the United States.

Strategies include tailoring medicine strength based on the health problem, monitoring drugs shipped by mail, and more education for health care workers.

49-year-old Floyd J. Stuck was found to have large amounts of meth and over $38,000 of stolen items.

Two friends joining forces to raise money for two charities

UA president names new UAF chancellor

Mom hopeful about son's participation in autism research trial

Dispelling myths about running

FNSB to take part in solar energy challenge

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Iditarod loses major backer due to animal rights issues

Firing VA employees may become easier

Man loses 127 pounds, hopes to inspire others

Arabie arraigned on felony murder and weapons charges

Fairbanks man arraigned on failure to stop, reckless driving charges

Anchorage man kills girlfriend while trying to commit suicide

Vet Center holds open house

Pioneer Park set to open Saturday

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California family wins trip to Fairbanks to unearth treasure

Fairbanks man arrested on outstanding warrants after high speed chase

Head of Alaskan Command speaks about Northern Edge exercises

Bomb threat at Wells Fargo branch a false alarm

House passes bill limiting opioid prescriptions

World Health Organization: Screen time is affecting kids' health

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