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Ostrander Finishes Fourth At NCAA Nationals - America News
Ostrander Finishes Fourth At NCAA Nationals2 hours ago
Allie Ostrander, competing for Boise State University at the NCAA Cross Country Running Championships, finished fourth in the Division I women's race.
KSRM Week In Review 11/13-11/17 - America News
KSRM Week In Review 11/13-11/17 4 hours ago
11/17/17 The KSRM News Department compiled some of the top stories from this past week.
Winter Weather Advisory Warning For Kenai Peninsula - America News
Winter Weather Advisory Warning For Kenai Peninsula 5 hours ago
11/18/17 WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY IN EFFECT FROM 3 a.m. to 4 p.m., Sunday, November 19, for the Western Kenai Peninsula. 
Juneau School District Allowed to have District Football Team - America News
Juneau School District Allowed to have District Football Team 19 hours ago
Juneau, AK (KINY)-Juneau School District Chief of Staff Kristin Bartlett Friday provided an update on consolidating Thunder Mountain and Juneau Douglas Football Teams, indicating the programs can be consolidated as a new district team without being under
Juneau Gets 8-10 Inches of New Snow - America News
Juneau Gets 8-10 Inches of New Snow 19 hours ago
Juneau, AK (KINY)-National Weather Service Meteorologist Edward Liske says the snow is tapering off.
Efforts To Open King Cove Road Continue - America News
Efforts To Open King Cove Road Continue 19 hours ago
11/17/17 United States Coast Guard Admiral Paul Zukunft emoted as clearly and professionally as a uniformed officer can do while testifying in a Senate Subcommittee.
Government won’t seek death penalty against Utah man - America News
Government won’t seek death penalty against Utah man 19 hours ago
The United States will not seek the death penalty against Kenneth Manzanares, who's facing trial in the death of his wife aboard a cruise ship in Southeast Alaska. 
Kenai acquiring land for bluff erosion - America News
Kenai acquiring land for bluff erosion 21 hours ago
News Local Kenai’s municipal government is steadily buying the land necessary for a planned mile-long rock berm meant to halt the three-feet-per-year erosion wearing away the ground... Read more Peninsula Clarion
Magnitude 4.4 Earthquake Friday Afternoon - America News
Magnitude 4.4 Earthquake Friday Afternoon 21 hours ago
11/17/17 Just after Noon, Friday November 17th, a 4.4 magnitude earthquake shook the Kenai Peninsula.
Safety Corridors Effective At Reducing Crashes - America News
Safety Corridors Effective At Reducing Crashes 21 hours ago
11/17/17 It's been a decade since Safety Corridors started popping up on Alaskan roadways, and the numbers say that they are working.
Less Salmon Eaten Means More Rickets Reported For Alaskan Children - America News
Less Salmon Eaten Means More Rickets Reported For Alaskan Children 22 hours ago
11/17/17 Wild salmon, once a mainstay of the traditional indigenous Alaska diet, has fallen off of our plates, leading to a sharp increase in reported cases of rickets.
Juneau man allegedly tries to smuggle in pills - America News
Juneau man allegedly tries to smuggle in pills 23 hours ago
Juneau, Alaska (KINY) A 37 year old Juneau man was behind bars on drug charges after postal inspectors said they intercepted two packages that contained a large amount of prescription pills.
Distribution of sales tax funds for Assembly committee - America News
Distribution of sales tax funds for Assembly committee 23 hours ago
Juneau, Alaska (KINY) - A proposal for the distribution of the one percent temporary sales tax funding approved by voters in October is on the agenda of the Assembly Public Works and Facilities Committee Monday.
Assembly COW to deal with several items - America News
Assembly COW to deal with several items 23 hours ago
Juneau, Alaska (KINY) - Several meaty matters are on the agenda of the Assembly Committee of the Whole agenda Monday evening.
Light quake shakes Central Peninsula - America News
Light quake shakes Central Peninsula 23 hours ago
Local News A 4.4 magnitude earthquake was felt throughout the central peninsula on Friday afternoon. Read more Peninsula Clarion KATHLEEN SORENSEN
Alaska powerlifter breaks world record, squatting 3.2 times her body weight - America News
Alaska powerlifter breaks world record, squatting 3.2 times her body weight 23 hours ago
A former Bethel resident broke a world weight-lifting record Friday morning. Powerlifter Natalie Hanson squatted 603 pounds in the women’s 185-pound weight class at the World Open Powerlifting Championship on Friday morning in the Czech Republic.
State, delegation push feds on transboundary mining - America News
State, delegation push feds on transboundary mining 23 hours ago
Alaska leaders want Secretary of State Rex Tillerson to push Canadian officials to better protect Southeast fisheries from British Columbia mine projects.
Port Engineer Gary Gillette is Municipal Employee of the Year - America News
Port Engineer Gary Gillette is Municipal Employee of the Year 24 hours ago
Juneau, Alaska (KINY) The Alaska Municipal League honored a CBJ employee during annual conference in Anchorage
Alaska man found guilty of weapons charge - America News
Alaska man found guilty of weapons charge 24 hours ago
Anchorage, Alaska (KINY) Acting U.S. Attorney Bryan Schroder announced today that an Alaska man was found guilty on Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2017, of being a felon in possession of a firearm
Anybody Can Put A Price On Somebody - America News
Anybody Can Put A Price On Somebody 1 day ago
11/17/17 Sex trafficking is one of the fastest-growing, and most lucrative crimes in Alaska, and here on the Kenai Peninsula. One organization is drawing attention and awareness to this growing epidemic.
Eagle numbers soar near Haines, while visitors to annual festival decline - America News
Eagle numbers soar near Haines, while visitors to annual festival decline 1 day ago
Eagles flocked to the Chilkat River near Haines and Klukwan in great numbers this year. But the number of human visitors coming to see them was way down.