Dan Bross, KUAC - Fairbanks
The governor of Maine has signed a warrant allowing the extradition of a man accused of a rape and murder 26 years ago in Fairbanks.
The U.S. Supreme Court has unanimously ruled that the state controls rivers running through Alaska’s federal conservation lands.
Funding for Alaska military projects is largely spared from diversion for construction of a southern border wall, under criteria released by the Department of Defense.
A University of Alaska Fairbanks researcher has made a discovery which could dramatically increase electronic storage capacity. The work could break a computer memory barrier dictated by particle size and stability.
A Fairbanks man has been sentenced to a year and half in federal prison for stealing from a nonprofit organization.
There’s a break in a murder case that has haunted Fairbanks for over a quarter century.
The Governor’s budget proposal lops $134 million from state support for the University of Alaska, reducing the general fund allocation from the current year’s $327 million dollars to $193 million.
There’s been a large fuel spill in the Yukon Flats village of Beaver.
On Sunday, Alaskans again posted top results at the U.S. National Cross Country Ski Championships in Vermont.
A Ft. Wainwright-based soldier was found dead at his home in North Pole.
Alaska-based skiers again grabbed podium spots today as the U.S. National Cross Country Ski Championships continued in Craftsbury, Vermont with classic technique sprint competitions.
Alaskans skied to top finishes Thursday as the US National Cross Country Ski Championships got underway in Vermont.
Universities across the country are reviewing Trump administration proposed changes to rules governing how the institutions handle sexual assault and harassment cases, under Federal Title IX law.
Base commander Colonel Ben Bishop says he envisions Alaska becoming a mecca for F-35 training.
Some Alaskans are helping with the California wildfire response. Listen now