Sabine Poux, KDLL - Soldotna
Abortion remains legal in Alaska, but some lawmakers hope a constitutional convention could change that
The Alaska Supreme Court has ruled repeatedly that abortion rights are guaranteed under that right to privacy.
The bluff is eroding at a rate of three feet a year due to waves and storms at the mouth of the Kenai River.
“It’s certainly one for the record books," said National Weather Service climatologist Brian Brettschneider.
Judge Joshua Kindred said the federal closure was arbitrary and capricious and that the closure did not comply with national standards.
The city wants to create a walkable “main street” next to the Kenai River.
Homer Electric Association has been working on the project for over a decade.
The pilot program is expected to start next year.
King salmon populations have been suffering in Cook Inlet.
As of Friday, crews have wrapped up mitigation work on the landslide there and cars are allowed to pass at all hours, according to the City of Seward.
One RVer says he's spent more on gas in this last month than he did on a 23-state road trip last year.
The proposal is for gas prospects near Anchor Point and Ninilchik, near an existing ENSTAR gas line.
As of Monday, only 265 large king salmon had passed through the sonar, compared to more than 900 by the same date last year.
The cyclist had crashed on a trail just off the southeast corner of Cooper Lake, on the Resurrection River trail.
AEA and five Railbelt utilities say they’re embarking on $200 million worth of upgrades to existing transmission lines.
The Alaska Department of Fish and Game said it will keep the beaches closed for the eighth year in a row.
Two-way traffic can resume on the road starting Friday at noon.
The company hopes it can harness the inlet's strong tides to power machinery at Port MacKenzie, across Knik Arm from Anchorage.