KYUK TV audiences can expect momentary outages throughout the week as the sun’s radio waves overwhelm the station’s satellite signal. Read more →
Bethel Police have arrested 23-year-old Resty Balantac Jr. in a stabbing incident in Bethel.
In a press release the Bethel Police Department says they, along with EMTs, responded to the 900 block area of Ridgecrest Dr. in Bethel around 3:00AM on Saturday to investigate a call about a stabbing.
When they arrived they a man lying on the ground and bleeding from his abdomen. Police have not released the victim’s name.
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Authorities have found the remains of a three-year-old child after a house fire in Tununak.
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The village of Hooper Bay has suffered another loss. A fourth person has died by suicide.
Alaska State Troopers received a call that 21-year-old Carl Dominic Robert Joe had died from an apparent suicide Saturday afternoon, according to the online trooper dispatch.
Troopers arrested a Kalskag man for an outstanding warrant on Thursday.
Aniak State Troopers found 22-year-old Kalskag resident Wayne Holmberg, Jr. as Holmberg was walking on the sewage lagoon trail in Upper Kalskag.
Alaska State Troopers arrested a 71-year-old Goodnews Bay resident Thursday.
According to the online trooper dispatch, troopers investigated and discovered that Joseph Brown had sexually abused a 4-year-old child living in the same household as he.
The majority of voters have cast their support for a liquor store license in Bethel, according to the canvassed results from Bethel’s Municipal Election.
The majority, at 57 percent, voted yes to a liquor store license on the ballot’s advisory questions.
The masses voted to not support licenses for bars, clubs, restaurants or eating establishments. Read more →
A jury has convicted 57-year-old James Slade of violating the Federal Clean Water Act.
U.S. Attorney Karen Loeffler made the announcement today after a two-week trial. Slade, who was Chief Operating Officer for XS Platinum during the events.
The Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta Federal Subsistence Regional Advisory Council, or the YK Detla RAC, finished its two-day meeting at the Cultural Center in Bethel on Thursday.
The council considered eight proposals, which ranged from harvest limits to redefining unit boundaries.