Residents of Ketchikan, Juneau and other classified urban areas who hunt deer on Prince of Wales Island will continue to be limited to two deer per season. That’s despite a request from the Alaska Department of Fish and Game to raise the bag limit for non-subsistence hunters.
The NTSB doesn’t pinpoint the cause of the crash. But it delivers a narrative that describes marginal flying conditions, coupled with inadequate safety oversight and critical missteps leading up to the crash.
KRBD's Board of Directors will hold its on-air Annual Meeting starting at 5 p.m. Nov. 17th. The meeting will be broadcast for the general public to hear. Members of the public can attend in person at 1101 Copper Ridge Lane.
Sitka Tribe of Alaska (STA) began co-managing interpretation at the Sitka National Historical Park last year. The national park is part of the ancestral lands of the Kiks.ádi and the site of the fort that impeded Russian forces...