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KRBD Evening Report
54 minutes | Sep 24, 2022
BONUS: KRBD's Prop 2 forum
In this pre-election forum, Proposition 2 sponsor John Harrington and library supporter Kathy Bolling discuss the arguments for and against a ballot measure that would repeal a property tax that provides about 40% of the Ketchikan Public Library's budget. Residents who live within the Ketchikan Gateway Borough but outside the cities of Ketchikan and Saxman will be asked to vote on the measure in the Oct. 4 election.
14 minutes | Sep 24, 2022
Friday, Sept. 23, 2022
On tonight's KRBD Evening Report: The author of a controversial ballot measure that would remove borough funding from Ketchikan's library is not optimistic about its prospects, Plus, the Lituya will return to regular service tomorrow after interruptions today, And, it'll be wet for a while as an atmospheric river surges through Southeast Alaska.
14 minutes | Sep 23, 2022
Thursday, Sept. 22, 2022
On tonight's KRBD Evening Report: Ketchikan borough mayor candidates spar over conflicts of interest and the role of the mayor, Plus, a candidate for borough mayor in 2019 is convicted of recklessly injuring her young daughter, And, two seals are released back into the ocean in Seward.
14 minutes | Sep 22, 2022
Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2022
On tonight's KRBD Evening Report: Ketchikan High School wins a grant to stage a production of the Broadway musical Frozen, Plus, the ferry Columbia won't be sailing this winter after all, And, Sitka cracks down on short term rentals.
72 minutes | Sep 21, 2022
BONUS: KRBD's Ketchikan Gateway Borough Assembly forum
Last week, Ketchikan Gateway Borough Assembly candidates Michael Iann Martin, Austin Otos and Glen Thompson discussed the issues in a forum that aired live on KRBD and on KRBD's Facebook page. Election day for Ketchikan's municipal races is Oct. 4, and early voting is open now: Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Ketchikan City Hall at 334 Front Street and the White Cliff Building at 1900 First Avenue.
14 minutes | Sep 21, 2022
Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2022
On tonight's KRBD Evening Report: The head of a cruise industry group signals willingness to negotiate with Ketchikan on how port fees can be spent, Plus, Skagway considers how to address rockslide risks at its biggest cruise ship dock And, a look at the privacy clause in the Alaska Constitution.
14 minutes | Sep 20, 2022
Monday, Sept. 19, 2022
On tonight's KRBD Evening Report: Library supporters hold a rally opposing a Ketchikan ballot measure, Plus, U.S. Senate candidates face off in Ketchikan, And, a historic storm hits Western Alaska.
14 minutes | Sep 17, 2022
Friday, Sept. 16, 2022
On tonight's KRBD Evening Report: Mary Peltola gets a warm welcome at Southeast Conference, Plus, a new timber sale on Prince of Wales Island, And, Ketchikan school board candidates face off in a Chamber of Commerce forum.
14 minutes | Sep 16, 2022
Thursday, Sept. 15, 2022
On tonight's KRBD Evening Report: Ketchikan's school board approves a new contract with school support staff, Plus, a look at local elections in the southern panhandle, And, a new podcast from a UAS professor on language revitalization and decolonization.
14 minutes | Sep 15, 2022
Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2022
On tonight's KRBD Evening Report: A former player says a Ketchikan volleyball coach charged with assault has a history of abusive behavior, Plus, a cruise industry group is scheduled to meet with Ketchikan's city council to talk about the future of the industry, And, a Canadian mining company pushes back its target for opening a refining facility in Ketchikan.
14 minutes | Sep 14, 2022
Tuesday, Sept. 13 2022
On tonight's KRBD Evening Report: An update on Southeast Alaska's economy shows a strong recovery, but some warning signs, Plus, there's a new support group for LGBTQ people who've experienced abuse, And, Sitka's voting machines are put through their paces.
13 minutes | Sep 13, 2022
Monday, Sept. 12, 2022
On tonight's KRBD Evening Report: Candidates for Ketchikan Gateway Borough mayor faced off in a live call-in forum on Friday, Plus, the Alaska Marine Highway System is ending its dynamic pricing program that drove up fares – at least for this winter, And, a coalition of Alaska organizations win $49 million to fund investments in the mariculture sector.
83 minutes | Sep 13, 2022
BONUS: KRBD's Ketchikan Gateway Borough Mayor Forum
Candidates for Ketchikan Gateway Borough mayor took questions from KRBD's Eric Stone and the public on Friday -- hear their responses here.
13 minutes | Sep 10, 2022
Friday, Sept. 9, 2022
On tonight's KRBD Evening Report: Consumer goods are washing up in Alaska – including in Craig – after a container ship fire near Washington last year, Plus, this year's Permanent Fund divided will be nearly $3,300 and start hitting bank accounts later this month, And, Sitka has more short-term rental properties than almost anywhere else in the state, according to new state labor department data.
14 minutes | Sep 9, 2022
Thursday, September 8, 2022
On tonight's KRBD Evening Report: A federal appeals court sides with Metlakatla in a fishing rights case, Plus, a Ketchikan High School coach accused of grabbing and shoving a student pleads not guilty
14 minutes | Sep 8, 2022
Wednesday, September 7, 2022
Tonight on the KRBD Evening Report… Ketchikan’s Borough Assembly postpones a discussion about raising the sales tax cap, finalists to fill an opening for a Ketchikan District Court judgeship have been announced, and a youth-focused conference of the Tribes and Clans of Southeast Alaska is being held in Wrangell this week.
14 minutes | Sep 7, 2022
Tuesday, September 6, 2022
Tonight on the KRBD Evening Report… A Kayhi volleyball coach is charged with assaulting a student, Sitka master carvers share their visions for the Totem Pole Trail project, and creating affordable housing in Petersburg is due not only to rising costs but lack of space.
14 minutes | Sep 3, 2022
Friday, September 2, 2022
Tonight on the KRBD Evening Report… With the help of an emergency beacon, rescue crews were able to assist three hikers off of Deer Mountain after one was injured, Ketchikan’s City Council opted not to fund a campaign supporting the library, and renowned Ketchikan carvers and apprentices share their experiences.
11 minutes | Sep 2, 2022
Thursday, September 1, 2022
Tonight on the KRBD Evening Report… A report released today by the National Transportation Safety Board provide more details about a float plane crash near Ketchikan that killed six people last August, in an effort to reduce the backlog of missing DNA samples, Juneau police are asking some people for a cheek swab, and Sitka officials are looking at a makeover of its busiest intersection.
14 minutes | Sep 1, 2022
Wednesday, August 31, 2022
Tonight on the KRBD Evening Report... A Ketchikan man was arrested after police allegedly seized close to half a million dollars in drugs in his possession, Ketchikan’s City Council will consider funding an education campaign on the impacts if a proposition to defund the library passes this fall, and carvers from Metlakatla and Prince of Wales Island are creating totem poles as part of project by Sealaska Heritage Institute.
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