Newscasts

KCAW’s morning newscasts air daily, Mon-Fri, at 6:34 AM and 7:34 AM, with local headlines at 6:04 AM and 7:04 AM. A morning news roundup airs at 9:04 AM. Our evening newscast airs at 5:19 PM.

Fri Feb 7, 2014

Ketchikan Wearable Artist display “luminescence.” Wrangell High seniors tour KSTK to learn more about community. GCI, KTUU reach agreement restoring NBC News to rural stations. more

Thurs Feb 6, 2014

The Sitka School District’s transition to the new Common Core Math curriculum has fallen behind schedule. Sitka High School students want a more active role in policy decisions. The Sitka School Board pushes for more funding for locally-sourced food in schools across the state. The final design for the Alaska Class Ferry is expected to be complete by the end of this month. more

Wed Feb 5, 2014

Juneau Empire bans anonymous comments on website in favor of real identities. Wrangell Museum needs feet for children’s programs. Unalaska seafood worker shares his personal connection to tragedy in South Sudan. more

Tue Feb 4, 2014

Two Sitka men indicted on weapons, drug charges after store employee notices stolen firearm. Blatchley health curriculum draws criticism from some concerned parents. Straley’s “Cold Storage” arrives in bookstores today. more

Mon Feb 3, 2014

Exchange program for Mid-East high school students bridges cultures in post 9-11 world. SEARHC starting eye clinics in Petersburg and Wrangell. Mariculture discussed during Juneau’s annual Innovation Summit. more

Fri Jan 31, 2014

Newell assumes command of the USCG Cutter Maple in on board ceremony. After two rough years, SEARHC CEO Charles Clement says finances have stabilized. Homeless Connect event shed’s light on Sitka’s invisible population. more

Thu Jan 30, 2014

Small bike shelter in Sitka represents a large effort to develop second-growth forest industry. Juneau woman benefits from new insurance available under the Affordable Care Act. Former aide to Kreiss-Tomkins, Kookesh, changes party affiliation to replace Kerttula. more

Wed Jan 29, 2014

Assembly postpones action on tightening smoking ban; passes rules on local purchasing; and applies for AEA loan to complete Blue Lake project. LeConte breakdown complicates travel plans for fog-bound Haines/Skagway residents. Ketchikan “cash mob” lands on local bookstore. more

Tues Jan 28, 2014

The Sitka Assembly will hear a presentation on potential cuts to the community Ride bus program. A 19 year old man had a run-in with a sea lion at Seafood Producers Cooperation on Saturday. The Sitka Assembly discusses transferring a state-of-the-art Emergency Response Vessel from the Fire Department to the Harbor Department. Lieutenant Governor Mead Treadwell spoke with KCAW on Friday about public lands, personal privacy, and his campaign motto. more

Mon. Jan 27, 2014

Years of detailed research have shaped Baranof island’s goat hunting guidelines; and we now have clues to what the island looked like before there were hunters: mystery ice-age goats. The Sitka School Board selected three finalists for a new superintendent. Keet Gooshi Heen fourth-grader Hunter Lambdin is headed to auditions for NBC’s America’s Got Talent. more