Eyre family

The family of an armed man shot dead by law enforcement on Christmas Eve in Fairbanks, is questioning how officers handled the incident. Twenty year old Cody Eyre was shot by State Troopers and Fairbanks Police near the intersection of the Steese Highway and the Johansen Expressway, after they responded to a call about a distraught man with a gun walking along the road.

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FSAF Winter Gospel

Mar 1, 2018
Heather Hinzman

Uplifting and energetic music is the name of the game on this Alaska Live. Be inspired by Bobby Lewis, Eustace Johnson and Ryan Shaw, joined by the Alaskan Supremes. 

03-01-18 9:30 AM newscast


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02-27-18 5:45 PM newscast

A proposed ordinance that would that would place limits on the local marijuana industry drew a capacity crowd to Fairbanks City Council chambers Monday night. About 20 of those at the meeting gave council members an earful about the ordinance, which would limit the number of marijuana retail shops in the city, prohibit on-site consumption and increase buffer-zone distances between the shops and residential areas, schools and drug and alcohol rehab facilities. In the end, council members decided to postpone voting on the ordinance until May – and in the meanwhile they plan to form a working group to include representatives of the local cannabis industry and others.

02-27-18 9:30 AM newscast