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Juvenile in mental health facility attacks employees


'Haus of Ursa Major' rings in Pride Month with sold-out drag show


UAF Professor drives DeLorean from Michigan to Fairbanks


City Council approves $20,000 bonus payments for long-term FPD contracts


Midnight Sun Run introducing staggered starts for runners this year


Pioneer Park celebrates 'Fairbanks day' on Wednesday


Chamber welcomes new non-profit to its network


Local photographer helping new moms through breastfeeding journey


Trampoline park set to open in Fairbanks in late summer


School board discusses K/8 transition, possible school closures


Outpost Alaska donates nine 4-wheelers to the Boy Scouts


FEDCO holds housing summit to plan for F-35 squadrons


Geophysical Institute and NASA pair up for drone mission


FNSBSD officials explain how bullying concerns are addressed


Chamber discusses AKDOT's summer construction plans


City council discusses lateral recruit bonuses


City may offer $20K to lateral police recruits to FPD


Furriest member of FPD set to retire


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