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United Way and Cummins Northwest provide school supplies for Hunter Elementary

Fairbanks Relay for Life raises over $100K

13th Annual Stream Clean-up Day targets Noyes Slough, Chena River

Lithia of Fairbanks holds first of three summer giveaways

ACCA holds 6th annual Family Field Day

FEDCO to hold housing summit meeting

South Fairbanks gets two new playgrounds

Relay for Life fundraiser set for June 9

A look at Pioneer Park's Riverboat Nenana

Family and friends of fallen soldiers gather at Birch Hill Cemetery

Veterans organizations host Memorial Day ceremony

Memorial Day celebration takes place at Veterans Memorial Park

Pioneer Park celebrates its 50th anniversary

Two friends joining forces to raise money for two charities

UAF CTC hosts Fairbanks Aviation Day

Fairbanksans of all persuasions don high heels for a cause

2017 Torch Run raises funds for Special Olympics

Local charity planning fundraising walk for Sunday

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Family Survives, 120 Feared Buried in Huge Landslide

Fears are growing for at least 120 people missing in China after a massive landslide buried a village in Maoxian, Sichuan province.

Gay Pride March Banned by Turkish Authorities — Again

Istanbul's city governor has banned the planned LGBT pride march from Taksim Square for the third year in a row, citing public safety concerns.

Teen From Slum Dances Way to U.S. Ballet School

Amiruddin Shah, 15, from India has begun four years of training at the American Ballet Theatre's Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis School in New York.

Teens Handcuffed for Selling Water on National Mall

Three African American teenagers and a man were detained for selling water at the National Mall.

Lobbyist Shot in Baseball Field Rampage Leaves Hospital

Matt Mika, one of several people shot by a lone gunman who opened fire on a Republican congressional baseball practice, was released from the hospital.