A new basketball classification system implemented by the Alaska School Activities Association will bump the Monroe Catholic boys and the Anchorage Christian Schools' boys and girls programs from Class 3A to Class 4A next year.
Airman and Soldiers in the Alaska National Guard are going to be headed to Washington D.C. ahead of the presidential inauguration in order to assist the District of Columbia National Guard and federal civilian authorities.
At the Alaska State Public Health Labs, Lab Chief Jayme Parker and Public Health Microbiologist Lisa Smith are analyzing genome sequences in search of a new more contagious mutated strain of Covid-19 virus spreading from the UK called B.1.1.7
Dr. Simon Mark of Foundation Health partners details Fairbanks first COVID-19 point of dispensing vaccination clinic, scheduled to take place on Friday, January 15, and Saturday, January 16 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Carlson Center.
Following President Donald Trump’s impeachment by the U.S. House of Representatives on January 13th, Alaska Senators Lisa Murkowski and Dan Sullivan released statements on social media giving their thoughts on the vote.
The 12th annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day free legal clinic is going virtual because of COVID-19. The event offers free consultation with attorneys regarding family law, housing law, public benefit law and other types of civil law.
A North Pole man died after succumbing to subzero temperatures during a incident with Alaska State Troopers on Monday. According to AST, 35-year-old Brady Jackson was contacted off of Eielson Farm Road when troopers received multiple reports of gunshots.
According to the Alaska State Troopers, Allen Solomon, 31, of Fairbanks was killed in a vehicle collision on the Seward Highway. According to the post from Troopers, Solomon was traveling north on the highway at a high rate of speed when he struck a Department of Transportation grader that was working to plow the road.
A recent sale gave travelers between Fairbanks and Anchorage a chance to buy tickets for just under $60 one way. The sale was started by Ravn Alaska when they announced low airfares to various Alaskan destinations. A on-way ticket between Fairbanks and Anchorage was $59 during the sale. Alaska Airlines quickly responded by offering one-way airfare between Alaska’s two largest cities for $57.
With schools slated to reopen this month, the Fairbanks School Board held an executive session on Monday, January 11, to discuss a renegotiation of contract safety articles with the Education Support Staff Association and the Fairbanks Education Association.