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Large ice jam damages buildings in Kotzebue

A large ice jam has damaged buildings and property in the western Alaska city of Kotzebue after ice on Kobuk Lake broke.


The Fairbanks Community Food Bank received a donation of 900 cases of food from Chartwells Dining Services.


Fairbanks Youth Advocates is a non-profit organization which provides emergency shelter for at-risk youth in Fairbanks. The organization also provides meals and counseling to youth who stay there.



The National Purple Heart Honor Mission announced today that it is opening the nomination process for its 2021 Purple Heart Patriot Project.


Bristol Bay communities concerned they don’t have resources for a coronavirus outbreak


Fairbanks couples, wedding industry adapt to changes for summer 2020 season


New Zealand near eradication, but virus has grim global hold


North Pole man charged with DUI after telling troopers he was kidnapped


Healthcare providers discuss how they practice self-care


Minneapolis police station torched amid George Floyd protest


Chitina Sub-district Fishery to open on June 7 for 24 hours


7 shot at Louisville protest over fatal police shooting



Fairbanks City Council holds special meeting to approve 3 new paramedic staff


Police across US speak out against Minneapolis custody death


Fairbanks North Star Borough works to reopen facilities and services


Chase Elliott ends week of misery with overdue Cup victory


Alaska State Troopers warn of hiking danger citing recent death


Fairbanks Community Food Bank spreads awareness during May No Child Go Hungry campaign


NSA: Russian agents have been hacking major email program


UN chief warns leaders pandemic may cause historic famine


Cyber security concerns increase during COVID-19 pandemic


Fairbanks soup kitchen sees increased need for services during COVID-19 pandemic


US virus deaths top 100,000, 41 million unemployed


2.1 million workers filed for unemployment last week


Memorial Day ceremony held at Veterans Memorial Park


Washington recovers $300M in fraudulent unemployment claims


House approves changes to business virus aid subsidy program


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