Three candidates for Alaska governor, independent Bill Walker, Libertarian Care Clift and Republican incumbent Gov. Sean Parnell, participated in a debate Wednesday in Ketchikan. Click here to listen to the entire event.
Two men were sentenced in Superior Court Monday after juries found them guilty of separate drug and sex crimes earlier this year.
Five of the six candidates running for Ketchikan City Council participated in a two-hour forum on KRBD on Tuesday. They addressed a variety of issues, from the city-owned Ketchikan Public Utilities and ways to trim the budget; to fishing off the Stedman Street Bridge.
PeaceHealth wants to reduce hospital readmissions in Ketchikan, and a $3.1 million grant from the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services has funded several steps toward the goal, including hiring a five-person, full-time outpatient team. The latest program is Living Well Alaska, a course for people with chronic diseases.
Candidates for Ketchikan Gateway Borough mayor participated in a candidate forum Monday on KRBD.
Nearly 10 inches of rain fell over the weekend, resulting in a land slide in Granite Basin and a power outage in the Jackson Heights area.
Three locals were arraigned in court today for felony drug charges following a months-long police investigation.
U.S. Rep. Don Young visited Ketchikan this week and spoke at the Ketchikan Chamber of Commerce lunch Wednesday.
SEATTLE (AP) — The U.S. Forest Service said Thursday it is extending the period for the public to weigh in on a proposal that would make permanent new rules on commercial video and photography in the nation's wildest areas.
One of the issues discussed is the Assembly’s relationship with the School Board and City Council.