The Alaska Department of Fish and Game will gun wolves from helicopters in game management unit 15A on the Kenai Peninsula, department officials said. Unit 15A covers the Sterling Highway north to the Peninsula's edge.
An Anchorage judge denied a motion for preliminary injunction in the lawsuit over Cook Inlet salmon management Aug. 1. Judge Andrew Guidi ruled Aug. 1 that the Alaska Department of Fish and Game is not required to change its management, for now.
A man charged with sexually abusing his sister was arraigned in Superior Court at Kenai Courthouse Tuesday. Christopher Doss, 27, faces six counts of sexual abuse of a minor and six counts of sexual assault of a minor - all of which are felony charges.
They sat on wooden tables like a museum display: a Glock, Ruger, .22-caliber semi-automatics, .44 Magnums, Colt .45s, bolt-action rifles and the weapon that needs no introduction - the AR-15.
All the gun metal glistened.
It's been 21 years since Yasuko Lehtinen took the first group of exchange program participants to Kenai's sister city, Akita, Japan.
She was honored for her years spent organizing Kenai's part in the exchange July 12.
The State of Alaska Thursday approved a permit to allow a Texas-based waste disposal company to store up to 10 million gallons of petroleum drilling waste at a 1.5-acre site in Nikiski's industrial area