Jenny Neyman, KBBI - Homer

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Trooper shoots, kills driver during physical altercation in Sterling

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Authorities say an Alaska State Trooper shot and killed a driver during an altercation in Sterling on Saturday night.

Kenai school district seeks input on potential cuts

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With the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District facing an expected $3 million — or more — hole in its budget next year, it’s turning to the public for ideas.

Skilak Lake bear mauling the Kenai Peninsula’s 4th of the year

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A brown bear sow was found dead Wednesday after mauling a 47-year-old Texas man out moose hunting with his brother on the north end of Skilak Lake.

Kenai Peninusla Borough continues bargaining

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Contract negotiations are still in overtime in the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District, and the clock just got extended- again.

Engine trouble blamed for fatal Kasilof plane crash

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An initial report finds that engine trouble was likely to blame for a fatal plane crash in Kasilof last month.

Kasilof Plane Crash Kills Pilot, Passenger

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Two Kasilof men died when their plane clipped some trees and crashed just beyond the Cook Inlet bluff Saturday night.

Kenai Sockeye Arrive, Tardy But Intact

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The late and hopefully-still-great run of sockeye might finally be making its way to the Kenai River.

Blue Crest energy expands operations in Cook Inlet

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A relative newcomer to Cook Inlet’s oil and gas scene is charging ahead with big development plans, which could equate to oil production at 17,000 barrels a day, and the creation of more than 400 jobs.

BlueCrest progressing on big plans for Cosmo

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A relative newcomer to Cook Inlet’s oil and gas scene is charging ahead with big development plans, which could equate to oil production at 17,000 barrels a day, and the creation of more than 400 jobs.

Crews continue containment work on Kenai Peninsula fires

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Where there’s smoke, there’s fire. But in this case, smoke from the Card Street Fire on Tuesday was from an intentional burn, one meant to prevent the fire from coming any closer to recreational facilities in the Skilak Lake area.

Card Street Fire Grows to 9,000 Acres; Moves Away from Residential Areas Along River

Update: Thursday, June 18th, 10:45 am. Now at 9,000 acres, the Card Street fire on the Kenai Peninsula has been pegged as the number one fire priority in the nation. The fire continues pushing south and east, into the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge. More than 800 structures in residential areas are still under threat and 11 have been destroyed.

Card Street Fire Grows to 9,000 Acres; Moves Away from Residential Areas Along River

Update: Thursday, June 18th. 9:00 am. The Card Street Fire on the Kenai Peninsula has grown to more than 9,000 acres. More ground and support personnel are arriving, and the fire has pushed east into the Skilak Lake area. The Kenai National Wildlife Refuge ordered an evacuation of all the campgrounds along Skilak Lake Road.