A 23-year-old Ketchikan man has been charged with kidnapping and assault following an incident Monday at a home on Pine Street.
About three years after forming, the Ketchikan Community Foundation handed out its first grants to local nonprofit agencies on Friday.
The Ketchikan School Board will vote Wednesday on a grant proposal for a totem pole art project at Schoenbar Middle School.
About 150 Ketchikan fourth-graders took a field trip to Carroll Inlet last week.
A 12-year-old boy suffered extensive injuries to his right hand Thursday evening while playing with fireworks in a rock pit in the Saxman area.
A Ketchikan artist has been picked for this summer’s Alaska State Parks artist-in-residence program at the Ernest Gruening State Historical Park outside of Juneau.
A proposed pot shop in the downtown Ketchikan area won’t be opposed by the City Council – at least not right now.
Are e-cigarettes safe? An official from the Centers for Disease Control says absolutely not.
Ketchikan’s School Superintendent Robert Boyle is one of four finalists for the job of Alaska Department of Education and Early Development commissioner.
A proposed ban on retail pot in Ketchikan’s downtown core is on Thursday’s Ketchikan City Council agenda.