Details of shooting emerging
Nearly one week after gun violence erupted in Soldotna's Central Peninsula Hospital, rumors about the tragedy are rampant in the community, and hospital workers are puzzling over questions about why one of their former co-workers shot his former supervisors, one fatally.
Meth education project heads into communities
The Alaska Meth Education Project announced Monday it has launched a community outreach program designed to raise awareness and reduce demand for the highly addictive illicit drug methamphetamine.
Strike OK'd; students not stranded
Central Kenai Peninsula school bus drivers voted to authorize a strike Monday.
Public records in real time: Commissioner says state is doing well to fulfill requests
Alaska has a long and proud tradition of open government and citizen access to the state's public records. "Unless specifically provided otherwise, the public records of all public agencies are open to inspection by the public under reasonable rules during regular office hours." Since this law was first enacted in 1962 every governor and administration has fulfilled its requirements, usually without any publicity or hint of controversy.
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