Tim Ellis/KUAC

About 70 people turned out Thursday night for a meeting in Fairbanks to talk about the proposed Ambler Road project. That’s the 211-mile two-lane gravel roadway the Alaska Industrial Development and Export Authority is proposing to build from the Dalton Highway to a mineral-rich site near the village of Ambler, in the northwest corner of the state. Backers of the project say it’ll create jobs and other economic benefits for the region and the state. Opponents say it’s a fiscal boondoggle that’ll bring pollution, disrupt habitat and harm subsistence hunting and fishing.

11-17-17 9:30 AM newscast


Nov 17, 2017

11-16-17 5:45 PM newscast

Alaska Department of Fish and Game / Alaska Department of Fish and Game

Growth of the Forty Mile caribou herd in the eastern interior has prompted the state to open the winter hunting season Friday, 2 weeks earlier than normal. KUAC’s Dan Bross reports.

11-16-17 8:30 AM newscast


Nov 16, 2017

11-15-17 5:45 PM newscast

City of Fairbanks

Hundreds of local government officials from around the state are in Anchorage this week for the Alaska Municipal League’s annual local-government conference. At the top of their agenda is finding ways to deal with cuts in state funding that in turn have forced the municipalities to reduce services and raise local taxes.

Where The Road Ends

Nov 15, 2017
Dan Bross / KUAC

A group of 4 military veterans are riding motorcycles from Alaska to Argentina. Riding the Pan America route is not unusual, but as KUAC’s Dan Bross reports, the Army vets are attempting an unprecedented continuous journey that includes going through the road less Darien Gap.

11-15-17 8:30 AM newscast

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