Raegan Miller, KRBD - Ketchikan
Three Bears Alaska, a chain with locations in Southcentral and Interior Alaska, plans to open a new location in Saxman, just south of downtown Ketchikan.
Kiera O’Brien says growing up in Alaska inspired her to pursue a career focused on fighting climate change.
The U.S. Coast Guard says the credit belongs to the fishermen themselves.
Glacier Bay National Park visitors alerted wildlife officials after they noticed the animal’s strange behavior.
A long-planned cable connecting Metlakatla and Ketchikan took a big step toward becoming a reality on Thursday, with the announcement of a federal grant.
It’s rare for a new wolf to find its way to Prince of Wales Island and breed with a member of the local population — about one new arrival is expected every five years.
Trappers from Prince of Wales Island lashed out at state officials about the upcoming wolf season during a two-hour teleconference Wednesday night.
In Klawock, the local tribe is now running more than 20 machines that look an awful lot like the kind of slots you might find on the floor of a Las Vegas casino.
The crew was inspired by a recent documentary about Alaska’s only Native reserve.
They’re concerned the clear cuts could hurt the town’s tourism industry and make landslides more likely.
The U.S. Forest Service is proposing the harvest of up to nine square miles of young growth timber on Prince of Wales Island.
Thursday's meeting is the latest development in a years-long dispute over how Ketchikan can spend the money cruise lines pay to dock downtown.
The Sealaska Heritage Institute has invited master carvers from around Southeast Alaska to create 10 totem poles, which should start going up along Juneau’s waterfront next year.
Ketchikan police seize close to $500K worth of fentanyl, meth and heroin after tracking package through the mail
Officers also seized more than $13,000 in cash believed to have been gained from drug sales.
A National Transportation Safety Board released Thursday shows that weather was deteriorating in the hours before a floatplane crash that killed six people in Misty Fjords National Monument near Ketchikan last August.
Friends and family remember Hewson as a mentor, a culture bearer and a fixture of life in Metlakatla.
In Metlakatla, the bus will run to the ferry terminal, which is 14 miles outside of town — a first for the community.
Brittany Hayward says Rosco, a seven-year-old ridgeback-mastiff mix, fought hard defending his family.
When President Chalyee Éesh Richard Peterson looks at the list of 14 traditional tribal values, he doesn’t see anything exclusive to one religion.
Metlakatla Mayor Albert Smith says he’s concerned about what this means for the community’s traditional food sources.
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