FPD adds new member to Investigation Unit

The Fairbanks Police Department recently added a new member to its investigation unit.


A local man was arraigned in Fairbanks Superior Court yesterday on charges of Stalking, Trespassing, and Resisting arrest among other charges.


With Alaska having the highest rate of suicide in the nation, Fairbanks is looking at turning those numbers around. Katie Luper reports from the Interior Suicide Prevention Symposium.



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