The Kenai Superior Court lifted a stay filed by First Student, Alaska's largest pupil transportation provider, to bar the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District from awarding the next pupil transportation contract.
With the primary election less than a month away, three U.S. Senate candidates made their cases in Kenai Wednesday. There are currently 13 active or pending candidates for the seat, currently held by Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska).
Commercial fisherman Robert Thorstenson, Jr. is precisely the right person to bring a lawsuit against the governor and the State of Alaska, according to his lawyer during oral argument in Juneau Superior Court Tuesday.
ANCHORAGE - A wildfire threatening homes on both sides of it just south of Alaska's largest city was likely started by people, fire officials said Wednesday.
The cause is under investigation, and officials said the area is heavily used for recreation.