State House passes bill to give PFD retroactively to the wrongly accused

The measure will not just apply to the Fairbanks Four, who were recently vindicated, but to anyone facing similar circumstances.


Hundreds also packed inside a gym to listen in on presentations.


Fairbanks and Ft. Wainwright community groups partnered with CYS to create different activities for the kids.



Attendees got a chance to explore planting, recycling, composting and more.


Teen charged in shooting at Anchorage grocery store


Video shows 4-year-old fly out of moving bus


Former Vice Lord gang member turns to higher power


Woman drowns after rescuing dogs in Utah creek


Trump on drinkable urine: Better you than me


How to teach children about boundaries


Alaska's fire season is already underway


11-year-old becomes a state trooper for a day


Around 100 rats set loose behind shopping plaza


Secret Service costs for presidential travel continue to mount


President Trump's 'hire American plan' and how it will affect H-1B workers


Lawmakers pushing legislation to strengthen punishment for child sexual abusers


Anchorage dentist charged with fraud and "unlawful dental acts"


Local veteran gets hero's welcome returning from Honor Flight


Local man fighting for kids in out-of-home placement situations


Mallot talks state budget at Chamber of Commerce meeting


Man arrested for the murder of a 3-year-old


AST releases updated Fairbanks' Most Wanted List


State senate passes insurance bill for state police and firefighters


Russian planes seen flying near Alaska's coast for fourth straight day


Wind farms, solar discussed at renewable energy meeting


Load More Stories
 

Find it Fairbanks

NBC Headlines

Feds Bust Huge Eagle Trafficking Case in Undercover Op

The case focuses on trafficking of eagles and eagle parts and feathers for profit. Authorities said the case could involve as many as 250 eagles.

Dozens of Minors Storm Oakland Train in Crime Spree

The crime spree occurred Saturday night when the unarmed youngsters hopped fare gates at the Coliseum Station and jumped onto a train bound for Dublin.

Arkansas Executes Two Death Row Inmates in One Night

Jack Jones and Marcell Williams' executions are part of an aggressive schedule set by Gov. Asa Hutchinson that originally planned to execute eight men within 10 days, because a key lethal injection drug expires at the end of the month. Four of those executions were blocked by courts but Arkansas executed another man, Ledell Lee, on Thursday night.

Computer Chaos as Antivirus Falsely IDs Windows as Threat

Webroot said a bad rule that was live for 13 minutes identified critical Windows files as 'false positives,' blocking Windows' access to them.

State Department 'Regrets' Website Post on Mar-a-Lago

Watchdogs say the items about President Trump's private club may violate federal regulations.