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The University of Alaska Fairbanks is finalizing details on a partnership that would establish a new veterinary medicine program by 2015. Comment?
According to officials, the soldiers are assigned to the 793rd Military Police Battalion at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson in Anchorage and the 472nd Military Police Company at Fort Wainwright in Fairbanks. Comment?
The Alaska Housing Finance Corp. is seeking comments on a plan to ban smoking in more than 600 of its public housing units. Comment?
A Canadian guide has been sentenced after admitting he guided two hunts in Alaska in which undersized Dall sheep were killed. Comment?
The calendar says it's spring in Alaska, but with lakes still frozen and snow in the forecast for the Anchorage area this weekend, many residents are saying enough is enough. Comment?
A Northglenn man was sentenced Monday to more than 15 years in prison after pleading guilty to sending methamphetamine from Colorado to Fairbanks, Alaska. Comment?
A Colorado man who pleaded guilty to shipping almost $350,000 worth of methamphetamine to Fairbanks has been sentenced to 15 1/2 years in federal prison. Comment?
Joe Sasser, a 90-year-old retired banker from Carthage, Miss., was one of the last people to see Dr. Comment?
One of four men convicted in the 1997 beating death of a Fairbanks teenager will be released early after a state parole board ruled in his favor. Comment?
Construction will cost about $13 million, plus about $7 million for equipment. The project is just one piece of what city planners are describing as a boom year for commercial construction in the city. Comment?
In a story May 2 about the Department of Fish and Game detecting rabies in a second interior Alaska wolf, The Associated Press, relying on information provided by the agency, reported erroneously the nature of echinococcus. Comment?
Experimental biomass-burning generators aren't working out as lucratively and efficiently as a Fairbanks area businessman had hoped when he launched the idea to turn waste paper into electricity more than two years ago. Comment?
Fairbanks Youth Advocates opened an overnight shelter Dec. 1. Director Marylee Bates says 87 beds were used in December and 400 in April. Comment?
A 21-year-old Fairbanks man was sentenced to one year behind bars after pleading guilty to attempted sexual assault. Comment?
When Tom Marsik began work on his new home in Dillingham in 2010, the former Fairbanks resident had a lofty goal of building the most efficient structure he could imagine. Comment?
Among his options: He could seek re-election to the office he's held since July 2009. 1 comment
A trapper captured the wolf March 15 near Chandalar Lake near the foothills of the Brooks range about 185 miles north of Fairbanks, the same general location as a rabid wolf shot last month. 1 comment
A Fairbanks man who broke both his legs while climbing a mountain north of Nome is awake after spending more than a week in a coma. Comment?
A 40-year-old Fairbanks woman has been convicted of forging signatures on an initiative petition and will serve two years in jail. Comment?
FAIRBANKS, Alaska - With May just around the corner, Interior Alaska is seeing record-breaking low temperatures that are prompting many Alaskans to ask "Where's Spring?" It was just 2 degrees above zero at Fairbanks International Airport on Sunday. Comment?