Dan Bross, KUAC - Fairbanks

Dan Bross is a reporter at KUAC in Fairbanks.

The Fairbanks Four allege racial bias drove police misconduct — including coercion of false confessions and fabrication of evidence — that led to their wrongful murder convictions. Listen now

The state will not charge officers who fatally shot a Fairbanks man last Christmas Eve. An Alaska Office of Special Prosecutions report says three State Troopers and two Fairbanks Police officers lawfully used deadly force against 20 year old Cody Eyre. Listen now

Warmer than normal temperatures are expected across Alaska next month. Listen now

Solar activity is increasing the likelihood of active aurora. Listen now

It’s been a week since 10-year-old Ashely Johnson-Barr went missing in Kotzebue, and the response is shifting their focus from search and rescue to investigation. Listen now

The University of Alaska Fairbanks operated research vessel Sikuliaq is proving to be a good investment. That was a key message from UAF college of fisheries and ocean sciences dean Bradly Moran during a Sikuliaq update for UA regents last week. Listen now

The FBI has joined the effort to find a missing girl in Kotzebue. Ten-year-old Ashley Johnson-Barr was last seen the evening of September 6th leaving a local park. Listen now
Photo of Kotzebue. (Photo by Neal Herbert/National Park Service, Alaska Region)

The search continues in Kotzebue for a missing ten-year-old girl. Listen now

The basing of F-35 fighters at Eielson Air Force Base will increase the number of school-age kids in the Fairbanks North Star Borough.

Four people were killed in a Parks Highway accident on Monday.

A Fairbanks woman is charged with killing her two infant children. Listen now

Fairbanks North Star Borough’s administrative center remains shut down due to what officials describe as threatening communications. Listen now

The state’s liquefied natural gas pipeline export project with China can continue regardless of whether Governor Bill Walker is elected to a second term in November. Listen now

A Fairbanks North Star Borough air quality group is mulling over fifty proposals to reduce wintertime pollution from wood, coal and oil burning. Listen now

Rain caused mudslides are affecting roads in the southeastern Interior. The Alaska Department of Transportation reports that the McCarthy Road was shut down by a slide last night. Listen now

The death of a pack-rafter in Wrangell St. Elias National Park earlier this month, has raised awareness about proper preparation for the increasingly popular sport of floating back country rivers in tiny ultralight inflatable boats. Listen now

The Alaska Fire Service is floating a plan to contract with Alaska Native corporations and tribal groups to provide wildfire crews.

Reigning Yukon Quest champion Allen Moore headlines mushers who have registered for the 2019 race.

A Fairbanks high school student may have discovered a new earthworm species. Listen now
Alaska State Troopers. Photo: Monica Gokey/ Alaska Public Media file photo.

Several suspects are in custody in connection with a North Pole murder. Listen now