by Leila Kheiry | Jan 17, 2019
According to an announcement from the foundation, it expects to distribute about $22,000 in grants this year. The theme for this year’s grants is “Physical and Emotional Support.”
by Leila Kheiry | Jan 16, 2019
The City of Ketchikan is moving forward with plans to sell the old fire hall on Main Street. A step in that direction is setting a minimum bid for the 1943-era building.
by Leila Kheiry | Jan 15, 2019
Six vehicles were damaged in the fire, which is still under investigation. Ketchikan's fire chief said it appears to have been intentionally set. A security camera at the business showed someone there.
by Stuart Whyte | Jan 3, 2019
We have our winners! Congratulations to Kathy Bolling, winner of the $4,000 Grand Prize! Click here to see all 9 winners on the prize ladder.
by Leila Kheiry | Jan 8, 2018
Rosie Roppel took this photo of Ketchikan after a recent snow.
by Deb Turnbull | Oct 1, 2017
KRBD's Store is open! Pick up KRBD mugs, t-shirts, hats, and more including 40th Anniversary merchandise & Only Fools Run At Midnight gear!
by Maria Dudzak | Jan 10, 2019
You don't have to be a runner to help with Girls on the Run. Amy Montgomery speaks about the program and how teens and adults can volunteer.
by Maria Dudzak | Dec 17, 2018
Do you experience seasonal affective disorder? Counselor Brittany Pope and Tim Kistner, who...
by Maria Dudzak | Dec 12, 2018
Fire marshall Chris Grooms offers tips for keeping your home fire safe this winter.
by Maria Dudzak | Jan 16, 2019
PeaceHealth Ketchikan celebrated its Heritage Day recently. Mischa Chernick and Margie Adams speak...
by Maria Dudzak | Jan 15, 2019
Meet the new outreach librarian, Rebecca Brown. She and Pat Tully speak about the outreach...
by Maria Dudzak | Jan 11, 2019
Victoria Merritt with the Craig Parks and Recreation report for January 11th.
by Joe Viechnicki | Jan 17, 2019
This bull moose was shot in 2016 and qualifies as a legal moose under the state’s antler...
The Alaska Board of Game has banned hunters from using bicycles along a forest service road...
by Joe Viechnicki | Jan 16, 2019
The area in blue will remain closed to archery hunting. Everything else will become part of the...
by APRN News | Jan 17, 2019
(Photo credit Katie Basile / KYUK)ys There’s a new starting line for the three big sled dog races...
An aerial survey by USFWS shows the open water river conditions on the Kuskokwim River from below...
Sharon Jackson is Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s pick to fill a vacant Eagle River House seat. She took an...
by NPR News | Jan 17, 2019
Researchers have pinpointed the neurons that give pain its unpleasant edge. By turning these...
Journalist Jon Ward talks about the chaos that led Kennedy to challenge Carter for the Democratic nomination — and the long-lasting damage it did to the party. Ward’s new book is Camelot’s End.
Before family separation became an official and controversial policy of the Trump administration,...