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FAIRBANKS—The state has agreed to share preliminary costs to explore a water system expansion in North Pole, where a decades-old refinery spill continues to contaminate a vast plume of groundwater.
FAIRBANKS — As the armed suspect stood atop a seven-story building in South Fairbanks on Friday afternoon, a handful of people huddled around a nearby video screen and calmly discussed the best way to deal with the gun-toting fugitive.
FAIRBANKS—Murder trials in Alaska often take place more than a year after the crime, but an October trial is possible in the April killing of two Alaska State Troopers in Tanana.
FAIRBANKS—Don Wright, an Alaska Native leader who was a force behind a landmark tribal lands compensation law, has died at age 84.
ANCHORAGE — The alleged manager of an online business marketing women for commercial sex in five Alaska communities, including Fairbanks, has been jailed on sex trafficking charges.
FAIRBANKS—A sinkhole opened up directly beneath a University of Alaska Fairbanks employee this morning, nearly swallowing a riding lawn-mower the size of a golf-cart.
Schedule:The Copper River personal-use dip netting fishery at Chitina will be open continuously through July 20. Openings beyond that will be announced next week based on sonar counts at Miles Lake.
FAIRBANKS — The Alaska Goldpanners like to focus on winning innings. It’s helped them build a 20-6 overall record and 10-5 in the Alaska Baseball League.
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