Erin’s Law Stalls in Committee

04/23/14

A scathing Erin Merryn blamed a handful of lawmakers for the death of a bill which would require sexual abuse education for Alaskan students.

Pick.Click.Give Bill Passes Senate Unanimously

04/23/14

While the Legislature continues to debate education and the State’s capital budget, several lower-profile bills are making their way to the Governor’s desk.

Black Hawk Water Rescue For Sinking Rafter

04/23/14

A 9-1-1 call from the middle of Cook Inlet put the Air Force, Coast Guard, and State Troopers on alert

Play-N-Trade, Fred Meyer Thieves Caught Red Handed

04/23/14

Along with the usual summertime hustle and bustle, we’ve seen an increase in petty crime recently.

AFCA Presents to Superior Court, Awaits Decision

04/23/14

The Alaska Fisheries Conservation Alliance presented their legal argument to the Anchorage Superior Court regarding why the banning of set netting should be put on the ballot for voters in 2016.

Nelund Pleads Not-Guilty On All Counts in WalMart Shooting

04/22/14

A pregnant Ashley Nelund appeared in custody for in the Kenai Superior Court today for her arraignment in the WalMart Shooting case and plead not guilty on all counts.

Hillcorp Enters Agreement With BP for North Slope Oilfields

04/22/14

An agreement for Hillcorp to purchase interests in four of BP’s North Slope oilfields was announced today.

Nikiski Community Meeting Will Focus on Elodea Management

04/22/14

The Nikiski Community Center will host a community forum (Thursday) April 24, to discuss the current issues, impacts, and treatments of the invasive species Elodea in Nikiski lakes.

Joe Miller Debuts in Wasilla

04/22/14

Republican Senate hopeful Joe Miller launched his official campaign last night in Wasilla.

Kenai to Hear From State Labor Officials

04/22/14

The Kenai Chamber of Commerce will hear tomorrow from State Commerce officials.