Separate news reports from NPR and the Washington Post indicated that Democratic voters in Florida, Arizona and Pennsylvania had also received the same email.
State health officials reported 204 new cases of the disease among state residents today, four of whom are from the Fairbanks North Star Borough.
State health officials reported 215 new cases of the virus statewide Tuesday, including 18 cases among Fairbanks residents and one who is from North Pole.
This specific uptick counters a general drop in enrollment over all of the University of Alaska Fairbanks campuses and flat enrollment among all students at the main Fairbanks campus.
“I was thinking we, the Fire Department, would have to wait for daybreak to make a rescue effort, and that could well be too late," said Lt. David Poppe, a medic with the Nenana Fire Department.
Some of these resolutions were formulated through the annual AFN Elders and Youth Conference and in past years have received specific attention from the conference.
All of the residents, 32 male and one female, were housed in general population at the time of their positive test result, according to a news release from the Department of Corrections.
More than two dozen earthquakes with magnitudes between 3.7 and 5.2 were recorded in the immediate vicinity of the initial quake through 5 p.m. Monday.
A line of more than 60 voters stretched the length of the hallway in the state building off 7th Avenue in downtown Fairbanks just before noon today. Fresh snow accumulated outside as Fairbanks saw its first day of substantial snowfall.
Voters on Fort Wainwright and surrounding neighborhoods will be choosing between a five-term incumbent from Fairbanks and a political newcomer from North Pole to represent them in the state House.
“We have done our best to identify what we feel is the most streamlined, efficient and concise way of doing appeals within the Fairbanks North Star Borough,” the mayor told the assembly at a Committee of the Whole meeting.
With a winter hunt of the Fortymile Herd set to open on Oct. 27, management agencies and stakeholders from different user groups are expressing frustration and trying to figure out how to prevent more of the same outcomes.
Two Fairbanks men are facing off to represent downtown Fairbanks and parts of Fort Wainwright in the Alaska Legislature in January.
Water pollution and massive death of marine animals have been recorded on Russia’s Kamchatka Peninsula, across the Bering Sea from Alaska’s shores.
Mark Emery Heinz, 59, was arrested without incident near mile 131 of the Richardson Highway. A citizen called troopers shortly before 1:30 p.m. today to report that a person matching the description of Heinz was seen in that area.
Updated 5:17 p.m.: The Fairbanks North Star Borough continues to have the second-highest 14-day daily case average at 33.96 per 100,000 population.
The Senate seat, encompassing areas like Goldstream, some areas of Fox, Farmers Loop, areas of East Fairbanks and all of North Pole, is currently held by North Pole Republican Sen. John Coghill, who lost the Republican primary to Robert Myers in August.
“On behalf of the TCC Executive Board, membership and staff, we welcome ‘PJ’ Pollack Simon Jr. as the new chief/chairman of our region,” said Dr. Charlene Stern, vice president of TCC.
The 16-page opinion written by Superior Court Judge Jennifer Henderson said the veto violated the separation of powers clause in the Alaska Constitution and was a "threat against judicial independence."
Fairbanks Fire Department responded at 12:51 p.m. to a report of a structure fire at 232 Princess Drive and found the woman deceased in a second floor room. The fire appears to have started in the same room in which the woman was found.
A North Pole man was charged Thursday with 32 misdemeanor violations of federal wildlife law, including the unlawful taking of wildlife.
The updated regulations, which went into effect at 11:55 p.m. Thursday, grant additional options for travelers coming into the state and ease up on some requirements.
A state report outlined 155 new cases Thursday.
Fairbanks North Star Borough residents accounted for 20 of those cases, confirmed among 16 Fairbanks residents and four from North Pole.
The cafe is known for its breakfast sandwiches and made-from-scratch chicken-fried steak. Homemade soups and sandwiches are on the menu for lunch. Another popular item is the Tripod Hamburger, which includes eggs and ham.
Looking for a business to buy, Smith came across Once Upon A Child, the Fairbanks location of the North American chain that had been for sale for three years, with almost everything in it liquidated.
On Jan. 10, U.S. Sen. Jeff Flake, R-Ariz., released “Wastebook: PORKémon Go,” a list of 50 examples of what he deemed “questionable expenditures” by the U.S. government.