A 20-year-old Soldotna man is in custody after attempting to flee from local police who popped the pickup's tires with a spike strip, which still did not halt the fleeing driver.
On Monday at 9:03 p.m., a Soldotna police officer tried to stop Jacob F.
A Cannery Road resident said she has put her home on the market, partially, because the mess left each year at the Kenai River personal-use dipnet fishery and the crowds that gather have become too much.
Governor Sean Parnell announced late Wednesday evening the appointment of Reed Morisky, of Fairbanks, to a recently vacated Board of Fisheries seat.
Morisky is set to replace Bill Brown, of Juneau, who announced his departure from the board with more than a year left in his term.
The Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly on Tuesday approved an ordinance amending a portion of borough code dealing with investments to allow two potential loans to the cities of Homer and Kachemak City to help create a natural gas grid.
United Cook Inlet Drift Association and Cook Inlet Fishermen's Fund filed suit in District of Columbia District Court Jan. 18 over the transfer of salmon management from federal authorities to the state of Alaska.
The two dog deaths during the Tustumena 200 Sled Dog Race occurred due to fluid build-up in the dogs' lung tissue. Although the dogs died of similar causes, there is no connection between the deaths, according to the race's veterinarian.
ANCHORAGE (AP) - Alaska's Cleveland Volcano is heating up and scientists are on alert in case it sends up an ash cloud that could threaten trans-Pacific flights.
The Alaska Volcano Observatory detected elevated surface temperatures Jan.