Details of FCC inmate riot emerge

Alaska State Troopers have revealed that Thursday's incident at FCC was an inmate riot.


The Pebble Partnership will hold a meeting in Anchorage on Monday, while opponents of the project are planning a protest rally.


Fairbanks Correctional Facility went into lockdown on Thursday after a disturbance broke out in A-Wing.



As the Binkley family begins the process of purchasing Alaska Dispatch News, they are trying to move quickly, as the paper is losing an estimated $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


From prison to barbershop: School helps turn man's life around


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School supplies drive will benefit FNSB school district students


Fairbanks peace rally stands against hate


Keep your kitchen cool, energy-efficient when cooking


ATV rider files lawsuit against former FCC officer


Zachary Whisenhunt found guilty of the murder of Jenessa Kempski


Family buried under roadway set to be exhumed


Youth Safety Day returns this Saturday


Gov. Walker asks US Attorney General for hands-off approach to marijuana industry


Eielson AFB & Ft. Wainwright Colonels join FNSB School Board


Fairbanks posts 1967 Flood water markers downtown


Flood preparedness plans for those living near waterways


FNSB regional growth plan prepares for F-35 Squadrons


Alaska Dispatch News purchased by Fairbanks businessman Ryan Binkley


Dog musher "Joee" Redington Jr. passes away at 74


UAF's 'GeoFORCE Alaska' program receives $200,000 federal grant


Exploring the Chena River Lakes Flood Control Project on the 50th anniversary of the Fairbanks Flood


Health report: Vaccinations for college students and campus health care


Revisiting the Fairbanks flood 50 years later


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