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

Around 100 rats set loose behind shopping plaza

Woman drowns after rescuing dogs in Utah creek

Trump on drinkable urine: Better you than me

Does your child have a reputation, good or bad?

Alaska's fire season is already underway

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

Female firefighter discusses experience as a minority on the job

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

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