default avatar
Welcome to the site! Login or Signup below.
|
||
Logout|My Dashboard

Don Wright, Alaska Native leader and force behind land claims act, dies

FAIRBANKS—Longtime Alaska Native leader Don Wright, who fought for and won passage of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act as president of the Alaska Federation of Natives, has died at the age of 84.

  • icon Updated: Yesterday

Woman charged with trafficking women for sex in Fairbanks, other Alaska communities

ANCHORAGE — The alleged manager of an online business marketing women for commercial sex in five Alaska communities, including Fairbanks, has been jailed on sex trafficking charges.

  • icon Updated: Yesterday

Fairbanks flood

More Editorial
Sinkhole nearly swallows mower at university campus in Fairbanks
Updated: July 10, 2014 - 6:22 pm

FAIRBANKS—A sinkhole opened up directly beneath a University of Alaska Fairbanks employee this morning, nearly swallowing a riding lawn-mower the size of a golf-cart.

more »
City to send evidence to private lab in fatal fire at Fairbanks post office
Updated: July 09, 2014 - 8:00 pm

FAIRBANKS—The city of Fairbanks possesses untested evidence from the fire that killed a homeless man last year in the lobby of the downtown post office, according to Mayor John Eberhart.

more »
Theories abound on 70-foot sinkhole found in Gold Hill yard
Updated: July 09, 2014 - 12:26 pm

FAIRBANKS — It took five truckloads of gravel to fill a particularly deep sinkhole that appeared in a Gold Hill resident’s yard last week, but there are still plenty of theories on what might have caused the weak-knee-inducing 70- to 80-foot-deep hole.

more »
Yukon Quest overhauls rest times for 2015 race
Updated: July 09, 2014 - 6:51 pm

FAIRBANKS — The Yukon Quest will overhaul its plans for mandatory stops in the 2015 race, a change that race officials said is designed to ensure better rested dog teams.

more »
More Kris Capps

My Best Photo

<p>David Jonas paddles a canoe in Goldstream Valley after bringing a skiff up from the Tanana River, where he had traveled to secure his cabin Wednesday night. Photo courtesy Amy Marsh.</p>

Goldstream flood

David Jonas paddles a canoe in Goldstream Valley after bringing a skiff up from the Tanana River, where he had traveled to secure his cabin Wednesday night. Photo courtesy Amy Marsh.

Updated: 6:01 pm | See more

Connect with us

The Scoop On Chitina: July 11

Schedule:The Copper River personal-use dip netting fishery at Chitina will be open continuously through July 20. Openings beyond that will be announced next week based on sonar counts at Miles Lake.

  • icon Posted: July 11

More From Outdoors

Image Gallery

Pet Central

pets

Having a pet is a lot of responsibility, and we’ll help by giving you lots of trips and tricks! More >>

Fitness

Fitness

Our fitness video product teaches you how to work out with gym- and home-based exercises. More >>

Crosswords

Crosswords

Enjoy the crosswords challenge in our free daily puzzles, from the harder Sunday crossword to the quicker daily. More >>

Sudoku

Sudoku

Every Sudoku has a unique solution that can be reached logically. Enter numbers into the blank spaces so that each row, column and 3x3 box contains the numbers 1 to 9. More >>

Gas Prices

Gas Prices

Local gas prices from over 130,000 stations in the U.S., along with maps to each location. More >>

Horoscopes

Horoscopes

Featuring sun signs, the Chinese Zodiac, a love meter, star charts, daily astro picks, daily peak time, and much more. More >>




National Headlines

Entertainment News

International News

Advertisement

Find Yourself

You're ready for something new. New challenges, new places, new adventures...

Blue Loon - Papa Roach Live 2014 (Rev)

Blue Loon - Papa Roach Live 2014 (Revised)Fairbanks, AlaskaFriday, July 11th ...

Stanley Nissan Service

Stanley Nissan service

www.walkerforalaska.com

Gubernatorial candidate, Bill Walker, is concerned that the state is in a $7 ...

WEIO 2014