Raven Radio is hosting four live, call-in shows this week with candidates for school board, mayor, assembly, and a panel discussion on Proposition 1. See the full schedule here.
Sitka Search and Rescue is asking for the public’s assistance in finding a missing 37-year-old man thought to be on or near the Mt. Verstovia Trail.
For 15 years, Raven Radio has recruited its summer intern through the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism. And this summer, we were lucky to find a radio superstar in Katherine Rose.
Shellfish in Southeast are showing a high risk for biotoxins, specifically those that cause PSP. On Monday (5-25-16), the Sitka Tribe of Alaska's Environmental Research Lab (STAERL) found elevated levels of toxins at beaches in Sitka, Petersburg, Klawock, and Craig.
The STA Environmental Research Lab continues to report unsafe levels of biotoxins in shellfish samples collected at Starrigavan Beach in Sitka.
Alaska Gov. Bill Walker announced the amount of this year’s Permanent Fund Dividend this morning (9-21-15) -- $2,072. The dividend will be distributed to eligible Alaskans beginning on October 1.
As of 5:30 PM Thursday (8-20-15) Sitka authorities have lifted the evacuation order for residents of Kramer Avenue south of Jacob Circle. An evacuation order remains in place for residents of Kramer Avenue north of Jacob Circle, and for residents of Jacob Circle itself.
The evacuation order has been lifted for residents of Sand Dollar and Whale Watch drives -- but not for Kramer Avenue or Jacobs Circle. Active debris removal is now underway in the slide zone.
Emergency response crews plan to continue search and recovery operations at the site of the Kramer Avenue landslide today, once it’s determined that the area is safe enough for workers and equipment.
Raven News will broadcast the meeting live, as usual. There is also a livestream available on the city website.