Recent calls claim to be from "IRS", and claim that residents owe taxes or fines.
Dena'ina flight with team, coaches aboard forced to emergency land in King Salmon on damaged landing gear.
KDLG's Thea Card spoke with some of the kids in the recent Arctic Tern program and read their thank you notes.
Troopers say Ronald Fischer shot Brian Sullivan in the face with a shotgun at a Barrow woman's home Monday night.
Floyd Roehl landed a surprise coho salmon while ice fishing for pike on the Eek River.
Aspelund says BBRSDA will probably take another survey of its members before commissioning a second study.
20 percent of Alaska's foster youth were homeless in 2013, 24 percent ended up in the criminal system.
The state is waiving administration fees through December 13th for all flu vaccines.
Port Heiden has a corral built and are waiting on reindeer purchased from Stebbins and St. Michael.
Sara Pozonsky wanted to make a documentary to educate and alert Alaskans about the dangers of fish farms.
Dillingham city council picks a new member, residents gear up for a festive weekend, Bristol Bay buy back discussed at Pac Marine Expo, plus a look back at the week's news.
Mayor Ruby's recommendation of Curt Armstrong was accepted with unanimous approval by Dillingham city council.
James Whitman, 29, facing 180 days in jail for misdemeanor animal cruelty conviction.
ISER's new report says Alaska children are twice as likely to be in foster care than those in the lower 48.
The day before Thanksgiving, KDLG's Elijah Hunt visited the Dillingham Elementary and asked the students what they were grateful for this Thanksgiving.