Dan Bross, KUAC - Fairbanks

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Dan Bross is a reporter at KUAC in Fairbanks.
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Alaska will be at the center of the response if the U.S. gets into a conflict with North Korea. That's according to Alaska’s senior military officer. Listen now
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A recent spate of violence in Fairbanks is drawing concern from local officials. Listen now

The Alaska House has passed a bill banning wolf harvest on a section of state land bordering Denali National Park. Listen now

Today is Police Memorial Day, and a ceremony to remember law enforcement officers in the state who have died in the line of duty, was held in Fairbanks this morning. Listen now
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The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration wants to relinquish a tract of potentially mineral rich property north of Fairbanks. Listen now
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The Alaska Board of Fish has narrowly voted down a request for additional restrictions on commercial harvest of Copper River king salmon. Listen now
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A sinkhole has opened up on Ft. Wainwright in Fairbanks. Listen now

A University of Alaska Anchorage provost will serve as interim UAA chancellor while a search is conducted to replace outgoing chancellor Tom Case. Listen now
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The State of Alaska is implementing two new regulations aimed at reducing wintertime fine particulate pollution in the Fairbanks-North Pole area. Listen now
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Alaska is looking to Norway as a model for prison reform. The state is one of several that the California based non-profit Prison Law Office, is working with to improve conditions for prisoners. Listen now
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Nearly $10 million allocated to the Army Corps of Engineers will pay for work to insure the integrity of the Chan Flood Control Project in North Pole. Listen now
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A wildfire charred 25 acres in Delta Junction yesterday. Listen now
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A Fairbanks man is dead in a suspected homicide. The case is the 3rd unsolved homicide in the city since early last month. Listen now
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The Fairbanks North Star Borough Assembly takes public comment tonight on the proposed budget for the upcoming new fiscal year. Borough spending is up against a cap on property tax revenue, forcing a discerning look at budget priorities. Listen now

The Fairbanks North Star Borough is contracting for a plan to address community impacts of the Air Force’s deployment of F-35 fighter jets at Eielson Air Force Base. Listen now
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The ice on the Tanana River moved at Nenana today toppling and pushing the Nenana Ice Classic tripod enough to trip the clock in the annual ice-out guessing game. Listen now

Scientists from the University of Alaska Fairbanks and Colorado College have unraveled the mystery of a red waterfall in Antarctica. The research unveils mechanisms potentially at work in other polar glaciers. Listen now

It’s going to cost to access some interior State Park facilities, where access was free in the past. Listen now
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A wildfire is burning in a remote area of northwest Alaska. The Alaska Fire Service reports that the Zane Hills Fire was discovered this week, and mapped at 1,900 acres. Listen now

Fairbanks Police have released more information about an April 4th murder. 44-year-old Jose Alfonso Sifuentes Morales was found dead just after midnight on the road in the area of 3rd Avenue and Hall Street. Listen now