Most Fairbanksans already have their gardens planted but some are still expanding. For this weeks gardening report, we went to greenhouses in Fairbanks and asked customers what they have planted and how their gardens are fairing.
Summertime provides opportunities for scientists in Alaska to study the melt rate of glaciers -- and sometimes these studies uncover unusual or unexplained findings. Ryan Osborne spoke with one of these glacier researchers at the University of Alaska Fairbanks Geophysical Institute to learn more.
The Fairbanks Police Department has announced a winner in it’s contest for a new police vehicle graphics design. Ryder Snow’s design featuring mountains, and the norther lights with a golden heart won.
For today's Health Watch we take a look at the first new drug approved by the FDA for the treatment of Alzheimers in nearly 20 years, and why some researchers are concerned about how effective the drug actually is.
With more businesses and facilities in Fairbanks modifying their mask requirements and allowing COVID-19 vaccinated residents to not wear masks, health officials say that, for these vaccinated individuals, not only is the risk of infection low but so is the risk of transmission to others.