Fairbanks

Joan Eberl, a Copenhagen native who cooked for Denmark's royal family and then for American airmen at an Air Force base in Greenland, bought a trading post along Steese Highway in November and moved from Europe after a six-week visit to the state, the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner reported.

Associated Press
No matter how much time she has left, 81-year-old Gloria Steinem said Friday before an address at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, her challenge is to make the moments count.Dermot Cole
Existing customers of Fairbanks Natural Gas can expect a rate decline of about 13 percent this fall following a unanimous decision Thursday by the Alaska Industrial Development and Export Authority to buy the utility and its parent company for $52.5 million.Dermot Cole
A 33-year-old Fairbanks man was pronounced dead at a hospital Thursday after his truck went down a steep embankment and into a ditch earlier that morning, troopers said.Megan Edge,Tegan Hanlon
KUAC-FM, the public radio station in Fairbanks, says it is ending its affiliation with the Alaska Public Radio Network, citing a growing budget deficit and decreased funding from the state and the University of Alaska.Alaska Dispatch News
"Members-only" marijuana clubs claim their patrons are not in a public space and thus are not breaking the law against consuming marijuana in public. But the state warns that continued activity could subject the clubs to criminal and civil penalties.Laurel Andrews
The manager of the Fish and Game's Fairbanks sport fish hatchery says the state chose to cut grayling because the small, native fish are disproportionately expensive to raise.Associated Press
Alaska Department of Fish and Game officials are warning residents after a North Pole man was sickened by tularemia, a bacterial infection known as "rabbit fever."Associated Press
Alaska's Marijuana Control Board will craft regulations surrounding legalized recreational and commercial marijuana. Of 132 applicants vying for the spots, here are the five chosen by Gov. Bill Walker.Laurel Andrews
A burn ban was lifted Tuesday in many parts of Alaska but remains in place in Anchorage and Western Alaska, the Division of Forestry announced. Laurel Andrews,Zaz Hollander