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Alaska's U.S. Senators give Independence Day Addresses

Senator Lisa Murkowski speaks on the importance of equality for all Americans. Senator Dan Sullivan reminds Alaskan freedom came at a high price.


Despite multiple event cancellations due to Covid-19, interior families still make the best of America's birthday.


Good News Bible and Book Store hosted a Fairbanks First Friday event on July 3rd, its first such event.



Oh, say can you see… The fireworks bursting across the sky. Fireworks and Independence Day go hand in hand and safety is important.


Fluke turned farm: How one family accidentally stumbled on a budding industry


Fishing Report 07/02


Fairbanks medical institutions awarded CARES Act grants


Dancing with Bears: The Karelian Bear Dog story


Veterans rekindle at Fairbanks Veteran's Memorial Park for annual cookout


Fairbanks MACS Transit bus system to resume normal schedule July 6


Alaska State Troopers to increase patrols for Fourth of July weekend


US Army Alaska airborne task force parachutes onto Guam



Fairbanks School District Superintendent presents Phase one of school reopening plan


Borough Assembly unanimously passes resolution supporting Black Lives Matter movement


Man on the Street: How will you use your PFD?


Lifejackets restocked at waterfront recreation areas in Fairbanks


U.S. Army aims to hire 10,000 soldiers in three-day nationwide virtual event


BP, Hilcorp say they’ve closed part of Alaska oil, gas deal


Senate Bill 241 protections over foreclosures and evictions expire July 1


University of Alaska Board of Regents begins search for interim UA system president


Fairbanks suggested as a possible home for the ‘Into the Wild’ bus


Golden Heart History: The S.S. Nenana, Lady of the River


Fairbanks man drowns in Big Lake area


Firm to offer balloon rides from Alaska to the edge of space


Secretary Elaine Chao discusses $800 million in grants for airports around the country


Clarkson says city mask order doesn’t apply to state offices


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