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5th FNSB employee tests positive for COVID-19

Fairbanks North Star Borough Mayor Bryce Ward has announced that a 5th borough employee has tested positive for COVID-19.


Two popular state-owned sites were inundated with trash over the holiday weekend, prompting one to close and the other to stir conversations over user and state responsibility.


The City Council passed the rule Tuesday for all indoor areas outside the home where social distancing cannot be maintained, including public transportation, taxis and ride sharing services.



A Juneau Superior Court judge has denied a preliminary injunction motion that would have paused some small business grants from being released during the COVID-19 pandemic


One planet, one people, one plane: Aviator stops in Fairbanks on his mission of world peace


Vigil held for murdered soldier Vanessa Guillen


Go Blue Alaska hosts snack food drive for law enforcement


UAF's Geophysical Institute offers outdoor tour of facilities


Valdez institutes mandate requiring face masks in indoor public spaces


Republican Robert Myers runs for Senator John Coghill’s seat


30-Mile Transfer Site to reopen while Salcha Transfer Site undergoes improvements


Republican Senator John Coghill runs for reelection in state Senate



Fire Wire: Giving and Gratitude, Steese Fire Department receives equipment from foundation


Residents comment on Salcha Transfer Site maintenance closure


Borough offices to be cleaned after employees test positive for COVID-19


Fairbanks Police discuss deescalation training and continued crisis intervention training


Annual Alaska Railroad calendar contest kicks off


UPDATE: Two FNSB employees test positive for COVID-19


Interior Delegation encourages governor to release funds for emergency dispatch center


Department of Transportation seeks public input on Parks Highway improvements


FNSB's Salcha Transfer Site to close for major maintenance


Suspects arrested after attempting to flee Fairbanks police by jumping into river


Bailout or raise prices? The battle over how to save the Postal Service


Nonpartisan Chris Cumings runs for U.S. Senate


Returning Fort Wainwright soldiers share what they are looking forward to


Health Report: COVID-19 testing outside Carlson Center


As COVID-19 cases spike, Dr. Deborah Birx emphasizes mask-wearing


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