As they twisted their partners' arms back slowly, the more than 30 women and girls almost appeared to be dancing. But they weren't dancing at all; they were practicing self-defense moves in slow motion to avoid actually injuring one another.
HOMER - An effort to gather enough signatures to put before votes the choice of making Homer a home-rule city is underway. According to Melissa Jacobsen, deputy city clerk, nine petition packets have been distributed.
Sheila Juarez knows first-hand the importance of learning infant Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation.
Years ago, as a young mother, she took a CPR class and when her daughter was a year-old, she had to use the knowledge.
SITKA - You probably already know about mountain ash trees. They're all over Southeast, known for their red berries that attract flocks of birds
Here's a story about a different kind of ash tree, one recently discovered in a big pile of volcanic debris.
The group has changed names, expanded its mission and has members associated with another controversial sportfishing association but the Alaska Fisheries Conservation Alliance has not deviated from its original goal — to shut down setnetting in the Cook Inlet.
The group filed a ballot in...
Soldotna's Farnsworth Park was aglow with more than 40 candles Thursday evening as Kenai Peninsula Borough School District, Love, INC and community members gathered to help raise awareness about the reality of homelessness on the central Kenai Peninsula.