The Canada Border Services Agency announced September 18th that charges are being brought against an Alaska man who attempted to smuggle assault style firearms, along with other firearms, into Canada earlier this summer.
In order to promote civic engagement at all member schools, the CEO Board of the Great Northwest Athletic Conference has canceled all athletically-related activities on Election Day in the United States, Tuesday, November 3.
Peter Horace-Wright was allegedly shot to death by Ryder Alan Smith at a towing business in November of last year. The 11 minutes between the gun shots and Ryder Smith calling the police, Smith can be heard calling his father. Ryder Smith faces first degree murder charges, but Peter Horace-Wright's family is calling on the justice system to make Smith's father accountable as well.
In recent weeks there has been public discussion on social media regarding ICU bed capacity at Fairbanks Memorial Hospital. On some days, the Alaska COVID Dashboard shows that the ICU beds at FMH are full or near capacity. The hospital says this is because they go on a divert status to ensure they can respond to any emergencies.
According to a press release from Assistant Superintendent Luke Meinert, sporting events and activities will continue in the Fairbanks North Star Borough School District despite currently being in the Red Zone.
Three Alaskan Ninjas swung, clung and hung on for dear life Monday on the popular obstacle course show ‘American Ninja Warrior’. Hear from each of the Ninjas about their experience and what it means to them to represent Alaska.