Dan Bross, KUAC - Fairbanks
The Muldrow Glacier on the north side of Denali National Park is advancing at 100 times its normal rate.
Fairbanks residents are planning a community-wide search this spring after a string of unsolved missing persons cases.
Once again, the park will offer visitors the chance to drive a part of the Park Road normally closed to private vehicles
Already, about 25% of off-highway vehicle crashes occur on roads, a statistic that an expert fears could get much worse if a proposal goes through to expand access,
Buddy Streeper of Fort Nelson, British Columbia won the 2021 Open North American Championships Sled Dog Race, Anny Malo of Saint Zenon, Quebec was second place and Erick Laforce of...
A University of Alaska Fairbanks scientist led development of a new technique to predict volcanic eruptions years in advance, using satellite imagery to track small changes in temperature on lands around the base of a volcano.
A nationwide scam is targeting family members of missing Alaskans. Alaska State Troopers spokesperson Austin McDaniel said scammers are searching social media posts to find relatives of missing people.
The National Renewable Energy Lab's Cold Climate Housing Research Center in Fairbanks is working with the Native village of Unalakleet to build the prototype kitchen-bathroom module inside an 8-by-20-foot steel shipping container.
Eight individuals, including five Alaska Native people who've gone missing in the Fairbanks area since last May remain unaccounted for.
Carol Kleckner is credited with saving 500 sled dogs that otherwise might have been euthanized at Fairbanks shelters.
Dark Winter Nights, a Fairbanks-based storytelling show, has been named one of New York Times top winter podcasts of 2021.
Access to the Tolovana Hot Springs off the Elliot Highway north of Fairbanks has been restored, after its private operator agreed to pay for access use over local Native corporation land.
Searches continue for four Alaska Natives who have been missing after coming to Fairbanks in the Fall, but state officials say they don't believe the disappearances are related.
Dog food company Purina donated 39,000 pounds of food to Yukon River mushers who face a winter without enough salmon, usually their primary source of dog food.
Doyon, the regional Native Corporation, said that it couldn't come to an agreement with the hot springs operator to limit
The virus has only affected two people, both in Fairbanks.
A 22-year-old Ohio man was killed in the mauling, the first in the park since it was created in 1980.