Tim Ellis, KUAC - Fairbanks
Convoys from JBER started rolling toward Fort Wainwright over the Parks Highway on Wednesday. They'll begin returning on April 6.
The state is asking for public comments on new rules for siting small nuclear reactors, like one planned for Eielson Air Force Base.
A Tanana man has been charged with first-degree murder, after Alaska State Troopers say he fatally shot a family member who lived next door.
Troopers have wrapped up their investigation of the Feb. 18 incident. The Eielson Air Force Base airman who fell is still being treated for her injuries.
The U.S. Army is proposing to replace Fort Wainwright’s coal-fired heat and power plant with natural-gas fired boilers installed around the post.
An Army spokesperson says the AH-64D Apache helicopter was one of four that were taking part in a training flight.
The new jets will join Eielson's 18th Aggressor Squadron, which trains Air Force pilots during Red Flag and Northern Edge events.
Daniel Serkov, 33, was arraigned Saturday on two counts of first-degree murder in the Friday deaths. His bail was set at $2 million.
Higher prices for feed, fuel and fertilizer have driven some producers to cut back on their livestock.
Aviation enthusiasts were excited to see two Alaska-based F-22 Raptors land in Yukon's capital after one had an engine problem returning from Europe.
Wasilla-based grocery chain Three Bears Alaska will build a new store in North Pole, the latest in its statewide expansion plan.
Troopers say 55-year-old Charles Akiviana was found dead Friday morning, frozen in a snowdrift near a tent he had been living in.
The "community solar" project would offer an alternative for members who can’t install green-energy system at home.
Fish and Game is shortening the six-month Delta Junction bison season to two weeks, and reducing its hunt quota from 120 to 50.
Investigators say emissions of the invisible, deadly gas from a portable generator and a woodstove may have killed two men and sickened a woman in a North Pole workshop.
The "soil washing" technology which will be used at Eielson Air Force Base is unproven, according to Alaska Community Action on Toxics' executive director.
First-of-its-kind research project enlists Fairbanks residents to help sample ‘vapor intrusion’ into homes
Researchers hope to get about 30 households in a residential area just west of downtown to help.
A North Pole woman was killed Tuesday in a house fire, which firefighters say started near a chicken coop.
"The state is proposing to expand a road through Nenana traditional territory, hunting and fishing grounds," an activist said.
Climate change is disrupting weather patterns and creating a long-term drying trend in Alaska, experts say.