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Wettest summer on record in Fairbanks

Wettest summer on record in FairbanksThe city of Fairbanks has smashed — or, perhaps more appropriately, soaked — its record for wettest summer.

Fairbanks spent $7k defending mayor’s $37.50 fine

Fairbanks spent $7k defending mayor’s $37.50 fineThe city of Fairbanks has so far spent about $7,000 appealing a $37.50 elections fine leveled on the mayor.

Alaska food resource group to meet in Fairbanks

Alaska food resource group to meet in FairbanksAn Alaska state panel created to increase the consumption and purchase of local farm products and wild seafood has scheduled a meeting this week in Fairbanks.

Man driving truck with 7 children faces DUI charge

Man driving truck with 7 children faces DUI chargeAlaska State Troopers say a 33-year-old Wasilla man was arrested Saturday for driving recklessly while "severely intoxicated" with seven young children — none wearing restraining devices — in his truck.

Court agrees to review Alaska Roadless Rule case

Court agrees to review Alaska Roadless Rule caseA full panel of 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals will review the decision exempting the Tongass from the Roadless Rule

First Japanese flight kicks off aurora season

First Japanese flight kicks off aurora seasonThe first aurora borealis seekers from Japan have arrived in Alaska's interior to launch the unofficial beginning of the northern lights viewing season.

Man accidentally shoots self at Alaska State Fair

The public safety director in Palmer, Alaska, says a man accidentally shot and wounded himself Tuesday evening at the Alaska State Fair.

Tanana man sues over banishment

Tanana man sues over banishmentA man accused of promoting violence toward law enforcement wants to return to the village of Tanana after he was exiled.

Juneau police investigate shooting of dog

Juneau police and animal control authorities are investigating the shooting of a dog in a North Douglas neighborhood.

Search for missing woman expands to mine shafts

Search for missing woman expands to mine shaftsAn expert on Juneau mine shafts says hiker Sharon Buis may have fallen into an old mine on the side of Mount Roberts.