An inmate at the Ketchikan Correctional Center who was facing felony sex abuse charges died Saturday at Alaska Regional Hospital after apparently hanging himself with his bed sheet late Thursday morning.
The Ketchikan Borough Assembly last week agreed to move toward contracting the shelter portion of its Animal Protection Department to a private business or organization, while retaining animal code enforcement powers.
Looking ahead to a busy year at the station!
The rules are few and first prize is $10,000. It’s the Race to Alaska, a 750-mile marine sprint from Washington’s north coast to southern Southeast Alaska.
Ruth Eddy just joined the KRBD news team. She’ll be covering education stories and more. She shares a bit about herself and impressions. Eddy… more
Halo the dog was born blind. She spent much of her 11 years outside and neglected. But, thanks to the Ketchikan Humane Society, its network of caring foster homes and, finally, a new family, she’ll spend her twilight years in loving comfort.
Don't Delay. The Tiny Desk Concert Contest ends January 19th, 2015.
A huge part of the Ward Cove Group’s development plan for borough-owned land off Revilla Road is a proposed senior housing complex, close to the intersection of Revilla and North Tongass Highway.
2015 KRBD calendars available at the station or at Parnassus Books and Gifts at 105 Stedman St.
It was a fun filled week with young people at the station.