Health report: Vaccinations for college students and campus health care

As students prepare to head out to the dorms, there are health issues to think about when starting college.


On the 50th anniversary of the 1967 Fairbanks flood, we explore the Chena River Lakes Flood Control Project, which has prevented flooding in Fairbanks since 1973.


The borough, along with the Arcadis Project Team, have partnered up to start a regional growth plan to get ready for the F-35 squadrons.



Renowned dog musher, Joe Redington Jr., has passed away at 74-years-old.


Alaska Dispatch News purchased by Fairbanks businessman Ryan Binkley


Zachary Whisenhunt found guilty of the murder of Jenessa Kempski


Students create podcasts to promote positive social media use


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Revisiting the Fairbanks flood 50 years later


Jury deliberates following closing arguments in Whisenhunt murder trial


5 hassle-free tips for protecting your child's valuables at school


FNA celebrates 50 years


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


Inmates train service dogs to help families across US


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


Zachary Whisenhunt's mother speaks


Ft. Wainwright's Trainor Gate reopens August 17th


Caelus Energy's North Slope oil spill estimated at 7,000 gallons


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