The NCAA’s Division II Presidents Council announced Wednesday the cancellation of fall sports championships while determining it is not feasible to postpone it to the spring, directly affecting the University of Alaska Fairbanks volleyball and the men’s and women’s cross country running programs.
According to Alaska State Troopers, the Alaska Bureau of Investigation Technical Crimes Unit (TCU) in Anchorage received a report that a teenage female in Naknek had been enticed to send explicit images of herself to adults online.
The intersection of College Road and Illinois Street is under construction until the end of August. The project will change the merge lane from Illinois Street downtown, towards Collage Road Eastbound. The project will also widen College Road, making it easier for motorist to make U-turns and access businesses on College Road.
After sitting in the Alaskan wilderness for nearly 50 years, Fairbanks City Transit bus 142, better known as the “Magic Bus” or the “Into the Wild Bus” may have found a new home. The Alaska Department of Natural Resources announced yesterday that the University of Alaska Fairbanks Museum of the North will likely be the new home of the bus.
Nonresident travelers to Alaska will need to show they tested negative for COVID-19 shortly before arriving as part of an effort aimed at minimizing cases and preserving testing supplies and protective gear, Gov. Mike Dunleavy said.