Sabine Poux, KDLL - Soldotna
Most of the options outlined in the report will come at a higher price tag than what utilities get for Cook Inlet gas today. But with the sun setting on the basin’s gas producing lifespan, they won’t have much choice.
Tents lined the shore at the Kasilof River's mouth Tuesday, while families stood by four-wheelers and coolers full of fresh-caught sockeye.
Kachemak Bay Family Planning Clinic staff found two pride flags vandalized, in separate acts seen on surveillance video earlier this month.
Jessica Schroeder and another former DOC employee, Amanda Caban, are also accused of having sex with someone in state custody.
Now, for the first time, researchers have concrete evidence that northern pike could use the ocean to move between freshwater habitats.
For the second time in just over a decade, utilities are talking about importing liquified natural gas amid looming Cook Inlet gas shortages.
This is the second time since 2000 that a majority of Seward voters have approved a sale of the utility, but fallen short of a 60% threshold.
Staff at Ron’s Rent-It Center, in Kenai, have had to make a waitlist of people who want snowblowers stretching into next year.
Since the first big winter storms, snow on the western Kenai Peninsula has collapsed roofs, broken gas meters and raised backcountry avalanche risk.
Troopers say Spring Creek Correctional Center video showed Steven Manuel secretly delivering apparent contraband to a prisoner's cell.
Hashade, a cannabis-infused lemonade, is Alaska's most popular cannabis product according to its makers at Kenai's Red Run Cannabis Company.
As state regulations on halibut and king salmon fishing have ramped up, charter guides have branched out into another species: rockfish.
Former borough mayor Charlie Pierce owes $31,250 in a settlement of then-assistant Pamela Wastell's sexual harassment claims against him.
Management of the Cook Inlet commercial salmon fishery will likely fall to the federal government — which fishermen warn could severely limit it.
The borough is facing multiple lawsuits from former employees who allege harassment by supervisors — including former mayor Charlie Pierce.
A Kenai Peninsula advocate says making the overdose-reversing drug more available will help reduce stigma and help Alaskans stay prepared.
Seward voters will decide in May whether to sell their city-run electric utility to Homer Electric Association for $25 million.