Fairbanks man arrested on outstanding warrants after high speed chase

40-year-old Fairbanks man Michael Bracht was apprehended at an apartment complex off Loftus Road.

Lt. Gen. Ken Wilsbach assuaged environmental concerns surrounding the exercises and described the importance of Northern Edge.

What was reported as a suspicious package turned out to be a chess set.

The measure is in connection with the governor's declaration of a disaster because of the opioid epidemic in the state.

World Health Organization: Screen time is affecting kids' health

71-year-old woman robbed outside Chena Bingo

Sorority sisters bonded by gift of life

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Head of Alaskan Command to address Chamber

Participants explain how FCC's parenting program is helping them

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UAF CTC hosts Fairbanks Aviation Day

Fairbanksans of all persuasions don high heels for a cause

Family of 4-year-old looking for couple who they say saved his life

Navy to search for explosives on ocean floor near Kodiak

West Valley's Class of 2017 graduates

FCC offers parenting programs for incarcerated fathers

2017 Torch Run raises funds for Special Olympics

Local charity planning fundraising walk for Sunday

Team KTVF and Outpost Alaska hold bike wash for May No Child Go Hungry

New comedy club opens in Fairbanks

Residents and officers gather for Police Memorial Ceremony

Gov. Walker signs Real ID Act bill into law

MACS Transit announces cuts at public meeting

First resident of Prosperity House describes the program's importance

Lathrop's Class of 2017 graduates

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U.S. officials are increasingly concerned that ISIS may use drones in terrorist attacks.

Inmate Who Died in Custody Had Rights Violated: Complaint

Michael Sabbie's attorneys have filed a legal complaint, saying the inmate died because his civil rights were violated when he was denied medical care.

Ariana Grande Suspends Tour After Manchester Bombing

Pop singer Ariana Grande has suspended her upcoming tour dates after a deadly suicide bombing killed 22 at her concert in Manchester, England. She cancelled performances in London that were scheduled for this week, as well as all shows through June 5. The rest of the tour is being suspended "until we can further assess the situation and pay our proper respects to those lost," her management team said.

Manchester Bomber Was Part of a Network, Brother Arrested

Troops were deployed near landmarks including Buckingham Palace as six more suspects were arrested in connection with Monday's suicide blast.

Trump Further Addresses Manchester Terror Attack: 'We Will Win this Fight'

During a meeting with the Belgian Prime Minister, President Trump addresses the Manchester terror attack, saying, "What took place is horrible… unthinkable, but we will win 100 percent."