Fairbanks Curling Club holding open house on Saturday

The Fairbanks Curling Club is holding an open house and 'learn to curl' on Saturday from 10 am until 4 pm.


The borough's forum and expo was created to discuss what's causing the PM 2.5 air quality to increase and how residents of Fairbanks can contribute to helping solving the problem.


Senator Dan Sullivan is co-sponsoring a bill that would hold internet companies liable if they knowingly facilitate sex trafficking through online content they host.



According to an announcement from Big Brothers Big Sisters, there will be no matches of adult mentors to children for the remainder of 2017.


Alaskans discuss volunteering for Hurricane Harvey relief efforts


Accomplice to stabbing death charged with 2nd Degree Murder


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Sen. McCain announces no vote on Graham-Cassidy health reform bill


Gov. Walker will propose 1.5% tax increase in fourth special session


How do you handle sibling arguments?


Infant assaulted by Fort Wainwright man receiving medical treatment in Seattle


Alaska Dispatch News begins staff cuts


Twin brothers launch sock company in father's memory


Borough holding community workshop to develop downtown Fairbanks


Alaska will receive $850,000 in federal funding for parks and outdoor recreation


Two men plead 'not guilty' to Armed Robbery, Burglary in home invasion


Winner of Corvette raffle benefiting Trooper Memorial Park chosen this Sunday


Ft. Wainwright man charged with assault of infant


North Pole man killed in chainsaw accident


North Pole man charged with attempted murder after holding woman hostage


16-year-old arraigned as an adult following armed robbery near University Ave.


University considering tuition hikes


DOT begins multi-year project to upgrade all Fairbanks traffic lights


State sells 'Taku' ferry to Oregon developer


Air Force celebrates 70th birthday


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