Fairbanks peace rally stands against hate

Hundreds of Interior residents rallied downtown Wednesday evening to promote values of diversity, tolerance, and peace.


The ATV rider who had a gun brandished on him by a former FCC officer earlier this summer is filing a lawsuit in court.


A jury has found Zachary Whisenhunt guilty of second degree murder in the 2014 killing of Jenessa Kempski.



Two state Governors have sent letters to the Justice Department, asking for a hands-off enforcement approach to marijuana industry.


FNSB regional growth plan prepares for F-35 Squadrons


Alaska Dispatch News purchased by Fairbanks businessman Ryan Binkley


Vietnam graffiti exhibit offers honest depiction of wartime introspection


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


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


Personal journey: Living with a GI tube


Health report: Vaccinations for college students and campus health care


Revisiting the Fairbanks flood 50 years later


Couple targeted by fake search warrant worries others may fall victim


Jury deliberates following closing arguments in Whisenhunt murder trial


FNA celebrates 50 years


Lathrop hosts Dr. Anthony Muhammad in school-year's opening address


Russell Burris Pleads Guilty To 2015 Murder Of Mandy Clemmons


Sen. Sullivan speaks on BCRA healthcare vote


Whisenhunt denied acquittal request, closing arguments expected Monday


Sen. Sullivan: Congress will not allow Trump to order preemptive strike against N.Korea


UAF's Resident Assistants prepare to move incoming Freshman into dorms


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


Russell Burris pleads guilty to 2015 murder of Mandy Clemmons


Alaska Dispatch News sued for $1.39 million in unpaid rent


Rep. Scott Kawasaki speaks about running for state Senate


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