School district stands behind small schools

The Kenai Peninsula Borough School District and Board of Education are standing behind small schools and the communities that hinge on their doors staying open.

The... Read more

Smaller budget means Fish and Game can't address faulty Susitna counts

The Alaska Department of Fish and Game cannot undo a set of Cook Inlet driftnet restrictions in place over the last 25 years.

Cook Inlet driftnetters... Read more

Geologists find tsunami hazard in eastern Aleutian Islands

ANCHORAGE — Geologists in Alaska have found evidence that a 125-mile section of the eastern Aleutian Islands that was once considered unlikely to generate earthquakes... Read more

Maw charged for falsifying residency

Roland Maw, a Kenai Peninsula commercial fishing advocate, was charged with falsifying his Alaska residency on Wednesday.

Maw is facing up to 17 charges. Of those,... Read more

Soldotna Downtown Improvement Plan approved

Downtown Soldotna is poised to be home to new signage, in addition to other changes.

The Soldotna City Council voted unanimously at its Wednesday meeting to... Read more

Sterling woman's sexual assault case delayed again

The trial for a Sterling woman accused of sexually assaulting a minor more than a year ago has been postponed again.

Laurel Lee, 52, was charged... Read more

Op-ed: Where is the Republican establishment?

The establishment features prominently in the GOP presidential race. It is what Donald Trump and Ted Cruz rail against. It is hated by a significant... Read more

Voices of Alaska: Challenges ahead will make UA stronger

As I reflect on my first 120 days serving as President of the University of Alaska, and look toward the days and years ahead, I... Read more