Raegan Miller, KRBD - Ketchikan
Nathan Ta'ala, 33, was indicted by a Ketchikan grand jury after a trooper found the alleged victim running in traffic wounded on July 7.
The Alaska leg of the Polynesian voyaging canoe's global journey ended after visits to Metlakatla and Prince of Wales Island earlier this month.
The Polynesian Voyaging Society built one of its vessels with trees that grew on Shelikof Island, about six miles from Hydaburg.
Troopers say Landon Morgan, who was arrested on a DUI charge, apparently "died from a medical issue" Sunday at the Ketchikan Correctional Center.
Dwight Chris John, 71, of Ketchikan is charged with first, second, and third-degree sexual abuse of a minor and incest.
Dozens of people shouted in the Haida language Friday as they heaved together, carrying the canoe through Ketchikan streets.
Dozens of red garments, hung in remembrance from trees near Ketchikan's Ward Lake, were taken down and discarded.
An Anchorage jury has found a Washington man guilty in the 2017 killing of his friend and romantic partner, a Ketchikan surgeon.
Invasive green crabs are in Alaska. And they are destructive, outcompeting native species and destroying essential eelgrass.
Corey White replaces longtime chief Terry Stonecipher, who died in January leaving the Southeast Alaska town without local law enforcement.
After a two-day trial, a Ketchikan Superior Court judge ruled that a list of 14 traditional tribal values can keep their place in Ketchikan schools.
Jordan Joplin, 38, is accused of killing Dr. Eric Garcia and attempting to ship his valuables to Washington in 2017.
At a recent meeting, the Ketchikan City Council took another step toward allowing two more local marijuana shops.
A trial has been ongoing in Ketchikan to determine if displaying 14 traditional tribal values violates the First Amendment.
A trial will determine if traditional values including “reverence for our creator” posted in Ketchikan schools violates the First Amendment.
Nick Nickerson, Klawock’s mayor, said the planned local tourism port just isn’t ready yet.
A month after a failure at Craig's water treatment plant, some locals say their water has tasted bad, left stains in their toilets or irritated their skin.
Despite an outcry from residents in the small Prince of Wales Island town, a nearly 300-acre timber sale on nearby land is poised to go forward.
Artists fear proposed changes to Southeast Alaska sea otter hunting rules could threaten traditional craft
Only certain Alaska Native people can hunt sea otters. But as otter populations have grown, so have calls to loosen federal laws protecting them.
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