The U.S. Senate is scheduled to begin impeachment trial proceedings Tuesday afternoon and amid bold statements of ...
Fourteen students at Lathrop High School are making sure they are ahead of the game when it comes to college math. Together, ...
The North Pole City Council is scheduled to vote on an increase to the city’s property and sales taxes tonight. The city does ...
It is not uncommon to read in your paper about the wonderful attributes of the citizens in our Golden Heart city. So many have chosen to live and remain in Fairbanks because of the people. Now that ...
Hilcorp’s pending acquisition of 48.4% of the trans-Alaska oil pipeline will be the subject of a public input hearing in ...
Facing life in prison for the 2012 killings of two coworkers at the Coast Guard communication station in Kodiak, James ...
The 31st Alaska Legislature will convene this afternoon, beginning its second regular session. Among issues to be taken up, including the state operating and capital budgets, is the ever-contentious ...
An erupting volcano in southwest Alaska has produced a cloud of ash that could be dangerous to aircraft, according to an ...
A snowy Quonset hut on College Road holds the frozen remnants of a once-bustling store. There, hopeful locals and tourists, ...
Gov. Mike Dunleavy announced Monday afternoon the appointment of Neil Steininger as his new director of the Office of Management and Budget. The position was previously held by Donna Arduin. However, ...
The University of Alaska Fairbanks and the Fairbanks school district are launching a new middle college as a collaborative effort to offer college courses to high school students for credits with both ...
The Bureau of Indian Affairs moved a step closer to issuing land allotments owed to eligible Alaska Native Vietnam-era ...