Bankruptcy judge gives go-ahead on Alaska Dispatch News sale to Binkley family

A federal bankruptcy judge has given the go-ahead on a $1 million dollar loan to ADN from Fairbanks' Binkley family, who will be purchasing the paper.


Alaska Governor Bill Walker filed for re-election as an Independent on Monday morning.


Senator Lisa Murkowski and Governor Bill Walker attended the 12th annual Renewable Energy Fair at Chena Hot Springs Resort this weekend.



Fairbanks residents gathered at UAF's Reichardt Building to view the solar eclipse on Monday morning.


Two men arrested for theft after impersonating local mechanic shop employee


Structure fire on South Cushman destroys former 'Reflections' building


50-year-old time capsule depicts life as it once was


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Small fire at UAF burns shed at construction site staging area


10th annual 'Youth Safety Day' makes a splash


How to include baby in your workout


Details of FCC inmate riot emerge


Fundraiser this weekend for young girl battling Spinal Muscular Atrophy


Correctional facility helping inmates bond with their kids


Pebble Partnership holding Anchorage meeting next week, opponents planning protest


Borough hotel income up $2.7 million from last year


Alaska's July unemployment rate at 7%


Citizen Review Panel and the Alaska Office of Children's Services


Gardening Tips: Gardening Tips: Birch Leaves Turning Brown


FCC locked down following inmate riot disturbance


Alaska Dispatch News losing $125,000 per week


Emergency exercise training at FAI brings together local police, fire, US Customs officials


UAF closing Stevens, Nerland Halls dorms for 2017-18 school year


School supplies drive will benefit FNSB school district students


Fairbanks peace rally stands against hate


ATV rider files lawsuit against former FCC officer


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