Dan Bross, KUAC - Fairbanks

Dan Bross is a reporter at KUAC in Fairbanks.

Suspect arrested for 25-year-old murder of UAF student

There’s a break in a murder case that has haunted Fairbanks for over a quarter century.

UA president says drastic actions would have to happen to cover Dunleavy’s proposed $134M in cuts

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.

Fairbanks man charged with murdering his mother

A Fairbanks man is charged in the death of his mother. Thirty-four-year-old George Rosa faces a first degree murder charge in the death of 70-year-old Molly Rosa.

DEC says about 3,000 gallons of diesel spilled near village of Beaver

There’s been a large fuel spill in the Yukon Flats village of Beaver.

2-year-old dies in Fairbanks mobile home fire

Alaska State Troopers report that the two-year-old girl was in a bedroom of a mobile home in Gold Rush Estates that burned in the early morning hours of January 7th .

Alaska skiers continue victory streak over the weekend at National Cross Country Championships

On Sunday, Alaskans again posted top results at the U.S. National Cross Country Ski Championships in Vermont.

25-year-old Army sergeant found dead in North Pole home

A Ft. Wainwright-based soldier was found dead at his home in North Pole.

Alaska skiers medal at day two of National Cross Country championships

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.

Alaskan skiers claim victories at first day of National Cross Country Championships

Alaskans skied to top finishes Thursday as the US National Cross Country Ski Championships got underway in Vermont.

UA officials react to proposed Trump Title IX changes

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.

Eielson AFB commander says F-35’s will usher new era of combat power

Base commander Colonel Ben Bishop says he envisions Alaska becoming a mecca for F-35 training.

Alaska firefighters sent to battle California wildfires

Some Alaskans are helping with the California wildfire response. Listen now

NASA renews satellite services contract with UAF

NASA has renewed a nearly $50 million contract with the University of Alaska Fairbanks for satellite services. Listen now

Federal judge dismisses Fairbanks Four’s civil case

The Fairbanks Four’s attorney says they will appeal to the 9th Circuit Court. He expects that process to take another two years.

Standoff involving suicidal man in front of Fairbanks Memorial Hospital ends peacefully

A seven-hour standoff outside Fairbanks Memorial Hospital Monday was resolved peacefully. Listen now

Possible ‘green’ Halloween on the horizon in Fairbanks

With Halloween just over a week out, Fairbanks is looking at the potential of a third straight year with minimal snow cover, and a possible first ever green Halloween. Listen now

Federal judge weighs Fairbanks Four civil case

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

State won’t charge officers in fatal 2017 shooting of Fairbanks man

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

Climate predictions show a warmer October for the state this year

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

How this week’s aurora activity is being driven by the sun

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