Central Kenai Peninsula fishermen will get to stay at home for the 2020 Board of Fisheries meeting.
A storm that brought significant snowfall, icy roads and high winds to the peninsula on Thursday and Friday created perilous road conditions that snarled traffic and sent a handful of people to the hospital....
Alaska park rangers are looking for tips on who might have poached a Dall sheep in the Cooper Landing area.
The Kenai Peninsula Borough administration is working on a plan to reshuffle its various public safety departments.
The final environmental permitting document for the long-planned Cooper Landing bypass ditches a controversial decision to relocate the Sterling Highway around Cooper Landing via a new crossing of the Kenai River, instead putting the highway farther in the hills above town.
Kenai Peninsula voters won’t have to consider a bed tax in the election this fall.
The Kenai Peninsula Borough School District is facing a deficit for fiscal year 2019, and while state and borough funding has not yet been decided, administrators warn that this is the year the cuts could affect the classroom.
The Alaska Department of Fish and Game has the first stamp of approval for its project to eliminate the last known populations of northern pike on the Kenai Peninsula.
A prescribed burn to improve moose habitat and reduce wildfire risk will begin later this month in the Chugach National Forest.