FPD seek witness who reported Matthew Stover prior to fatal shooting

The Fairbanks Police Department is hoping to speak to the person who initially reported seeing 21-year-old Northway man Matthew Stover with a mask and rifle in the woods behind Denny’s on June 19th.


Two Alaskans speak on the current healthcare system, the ACA, and the Republicans proposed healthcare system, the AHCA.


Palin's lawsuit against the New York paper claims The Times violated the law and their policies in an article that allegedly accused Palin of inciting the June shooting of Louisiana Congressman Steve Scalise.



This is an $8 million dollar cut from the FY '17 state appropriation, and results in an $11 million dollar budget gap after factoring in fixed cost increases.


Ride-Share companies join Alaska's transportation industry


Murkowski speaks on AHCA


Mystery surrounds injured bald eagle


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Senate postpones vote on AHCA bill until after July 4th recess


20 unusual ways to earn extra cash


Murkowski, Sullivan on the fence over vote for Republican's AHCA bill.


$29.7 million in federal funds will be dispersed to local governments


Camp Thrive: A one-of-a-kind camp for wounded warriors


Juvenile in mental health facility attacks employees


Dept. of Interior issues permit for State construction of road to King Cove


'Haus of Ursa Major' rings in Pride Month with sold-out drag show


UAF Professor drives DeLorean from Michigan to Fairbanks


Noel Wien Library clerk allegedly stole $10,000 from Fairbanks Library Foundation


Fairbanks Police Officers involved in Monday's fatal shooting identified


Two women identified as victims of Black Bear attack near Pogo Mine


'Ice Fog' training exercise implements emergency response plans at Ft. Wainwright


Trans-Alaska Pipeline's 40th anniversary celebration


Alaska Senators become key swing votes before Thursday's AHCA


Wanted Ohio family may be hiding in Alaska


United Way and Cummins Northwest provide school supplies for Hunter Elementary


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