What is that thing?!? Mystery object in Chena River

BLM ( Bureau of Land Management) staffers based in Fairbanks shot this video of something in the Chena River. BLM officials have not been able to identify it.

A restrictive policy on who can lead an invocation before Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly Meetings has survived a veto attempt by the Borough’s Mayor Mike Navarre.

U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski says voters weighing who they'll support for president should consider energy development and opportunities for developing Alaska's resources.

PenAir and American Airlines have signed an agreement that will make it easier for passengers to catch connecting flights between the two airliners.

University of Alaska Fairbanks comes under fire for response to campus rape case

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Teen donates birthday money to church

Alaska's senior population projected to boom, creating thousands of health care jobs

Law enforcement service in Girdwood unaffected by Whittier tunnel closure

UPDATE: Whittier Tunnel closed indefinitely after rock fall

Victim of armed robbery tracks stolen phone to help police find suspects

Build a winter emergency kit for your car

Powerful picture used to inspire men to go to college

Murkowski attorney: Contributions to Alaska GOP permissible

Will the weekend weather be a trick or treat?

Firefighters douse large trailer blaze in Midtown

State officials consider rules for pot shop workers

Anchorage assembly holds first hearing on city budget proposal

Elementary students learn how to participate in presidential election

After being reinstated last week, Fairbanks police chief again placed on leave

Alaska's youngest voters pose questions for candidates at high school forum

New sleeping recommendations for infants could cut SIDS in half, experts say

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Election Day Violence Fears Force Some Schools to Close

Classes have been canceled or polling has been moved from schools in various districts due to fears of violence during this tense election.

New Human Chain Disrupts Dakota Access Pipeline

A new protest camp and human barrier threaten to escalate tensions in North Dakota. Sara Berlinger of KFYR reports.

This High School Team Is So Good, Nobody Would Play Them

After outscoring their opponents 170-0 to start the season, the Archbishop Murphy Wildcats went five weeks with no one willing to play them.

Another Powerful Quake Hits Italy — Why Did No One Die?

The quake was just 16 miles from where another quake on Aug. 24 killed almost 300 people and reduced the historic town of Amatrice to rubble.

How Would a Contested Election Work? Five Things To Know

Recounts and legal challenges can take months to play out, but not in the election of a president: the Constitution sets strict deadlines.

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