FAIRBANKS—A Fairbanks federal jury found Guy Christopher Mannino guilty of three of five charges of solicitation to commit murders of a witness and federal officers on Friday.
JUNEAU, ALASKA — The day after more than 100 Alaskans testified on Gov. Bill Walker’s proposal to change the permanent fund dividend, the House Majority opened another, round-the-clock line for the public to talk with the Legislature.
JUNEAU, Alaska—State officials had a hard time explaining the broader impacts of doubling the tax on gasoline earlier this week, and now the House Transportation Committee is turning to the public for input.
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FAIRBANKS — Whalers working on ships to the musical beat of an accordion long, long ago probably never realized their lifestyles would be researched, documented and studied far into the future.
FAIRBANKS — In the years since a viral YouTube clip sent ukulele virtuoso Jake Shimabukuro’s career into overdrive, he’s traveled around the world, working with orchestras and musicians from a melting pot of genres.
Tasering brown bears and shooting them with paintballs smacks of a goofy Alaska reality TV show, but it’s far from it. It’s part of a project that’s saving bears’ lives and keeping people safe.
FAIRBANKS—If there’s one household item every old sourdough needs, it’s a good outhouse, or a functioning one, at least. And if there’s anyone who understands the importance of a good outhouse, it’s George Lampe.