Nationwide prescription opioid pain relievers are killing twice as many people as heroin. A Southern Peninsula doctor is advocating an antidote for opioid overdose that she says will save lives if used correctly.
The woman who freed a trapped eagle and was cited for springing other traps is heading back to court. In January, the State of Alaska dropped its case against Kathleen Turley. Now, the trapper is suing her for damages in small claims court.
Are you a music lover? Have you always wanted to be on the radio? We're looking for people in the Dillingham community who would like to have their own show on KDLG. It's great fun! People all over the Bristol Bay area would hear your... MORE
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