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KDLL Evening Newscast
Monday-Friday

News of the central Kenai Peninsula from the KDLL News Team, 5:20 p.m. Monday-Friday

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  • A state legislator has hired a former state budget director known for making big cuts. Plus, a new report predicts Cook Inlet natural gas will only be able to satisfy Alaska's demands for about four more years.
  • How fiber artists are bringing their craft to a new generation of Kenai Peninsula makers. A Halibut Cove woman faces federal charges in a standoff between a floatplane and boat last summer. And a design from another Juneau artist will be featured on a postal stamp this spring.
  • A trio of musicians is returning to Soldotna for a joint Irish Music concert. And the largest national forest in the United States is once again protected from development under the Roadless Rule.
  • The library board in Homer makes a decision on a request to remove over 50 books from the library’s shelves. The U.S. Forest Service is burning slash in Cooper Landing and Hope. And Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski says she’s working on legislation to streamline the process for fishery disaster payments to Alaska fishermen.
  • A former employee is suing the Kenai Peninsula Borough over her termination. The state prepares to release a long-awaited report on the gas supply forecast in Cook Inlet. And two Homer women plan to hike to Mt. Everest to raise awareness of ovarian cancer.
  • Tidal energy exploration is coming to Cook Inlet. Plus, a project to connect Seward to Fairbanks by trail is coming into being, piece by piece, and the Homer Electric Association is looking for new board members.
  • A Soldotna teacher is challenging his termination following a years-long dispute with the school district. And the Alaska Judicial Council is holding interviews with the nine applicants for the vacant Kenai Superior Court seat next week.
  • How this season's moose-vehicle collision rate is tracking with previous winters’. The Alaska State House organizes. And the crab fleet in Kodiak continues to stand down several days after their season was slated to begin.
  • When she falls through the ice, a Kenai Peninsula skater gets a hand from an unlikely source. And the Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly appoints a new member.
  • Friends and colleagues remember long-time school administrator Dave Jones. And an early morning avalanche derails an Anchorage-bound freight train near Girdwood.