A trio passing through the area last Thursday said the bear didn’t leave them alone until they maced it on a bridge near the trailhead.
The new data also seems to show an overall increase in precipitation.
Alaska State Parks Ranger Jack Ransom said his department got three separate reports Thursday and Friday about a large, aggressive black bear on the Tonsina Creek Trail.
Legislation proposed by Gov. Mike Dunleavy would allow the state to sell subsurface gas-only leases in part of Kachemak Bay so companies could drill into undersea reservoirs from miles away.
The Kenai Peninsula Borough will go through with purchasing and leasing several ADA-compliant voting machines.
KDLL’s Sabine Poux spoke to Alaska Marijuana Industry Association treasurer Ryan Tunseth about how the industry has changed since 2015 and where he thinks it’s going.
The legislation would bar private businesses and public entities from requiring vaccinations as a condition of employment unless authorized by federal law.
Rep. Gary Knopp’s widow has filed a counter complaint against High Adventure Air Charters, the Soldotna company whose plane collided with Knopp’s last summer.
With five weeks remaining before summer break, the Kenai Peninsula Borough mayor is publicly challenging the school district on its COVID-19 mitigation protocols. Mayor Charlie Pierce has long been an advocate of keeping mask-wearing a personal choice and opening the peninsula to business as usual amid coronavirus-induced closures. He turned his focus to the school…
Some fish, like certain populations of herring, are rebounding more rapidly. But taken altogether, the data paints the picture of an ecosystem still reeling from a warming ocean.