Investigation is ongoing following a Sunday night 911 call reporting a woman with a gunshot wound.
Alaska State Troopers and Central Emergency Services responded to the call in the Funny River area.
Mylin Scovel, 44, of Soldotna, was found shot at a Lourdes Avenue residence. She was transported to C...
The dangers of the Internet and hand-held devices are now actively taught at Kenai Middle School and Kenai Central High School.
Kenai Police Officer Alex Prins is also the School Resource Officer for Kenai schools and look after Kenai's six schools.
State officials have asked ConocoPhillips to reopen its mothballed liquefied natural gas plant in south Alaska and resume exports of Cook Inlet LNG to Asia, and company spokeswoman Amy Burnett said the company is considering the request.
While this fall has not been record-breaking, this years rainfall has made it into the books.
Alaska rainfall collected from the end of August through Sept. 13 has tied with the previous consecutive records for continuous rainfall in 1919 and 1979.
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The Lost and Found Grief Self Help Group is open free of charge 7-9 p.m. every Tuesday at the Christ Lutheran Church for anyone who has lost a loved one and is struggling coping with the grief.
While the state's commercial salmon catch has broken records this summer, guide businesses haven't fared as well.
There are no final numbers yet, but fishing guides have said that 2013 was something of a mixed bag.
Nearly 63 percent of voters polled are in favor of a likely 2014 ballot initiative that would prohibit mining in Bristol Bay, according to an opinion poll released by Anchorage-based Hays Research Group.