Maggie Nelson, KUCB - Unalaska
The Alaska Salmon Research Group is tasked with building a report on data gaps in Pacific salmon research and supporting sustainable management.
The Center for Biological Diversity plans to sue a federal agency over a new marine highway in Alaska, saying it violates the Endangered Species Act.
St. Paul Island transitions to village public safety officers amid years-long struggle to find stable law enforcement
The remote community hasn’t had a stable police force since 2021 after the entire police department and EMS personnel resigned over a COVID vaccine mandate.
Crew on the Northern Eagle reported a likely ammonia leak that led to the death of David Kumah, from West Africa.
A U.S. Northern Command spokesperson said the foreign patrol ships remained in international waters and were not considered a threat.
The history of military presence in the area may be the cause of the contamination, according to Unalaska's director of public utilities.
A Kodiak-based MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter aircrew hoisted the mariner from the fishing vessel Northern Eagle early on Jan. 24.
Federal officials denied an emergency request to close crucial habitat for Bristol Bay red king crab to all commercial fishing.
The city’s economy is about 90% dependent on the harvest of snow crab, which closed for the first time in the fishery’s history in October.
Rather than head out right away to the fishing grounds on New Year's, nearly 30 boats dropped their anchors or docked up in port, waiting on better cod prices.
GCI connected its first Unalaska residential customers to its fastest 2-gigabit-per-second internet speeds last week, in a rollout delayed by damage to an undersea cable.
Court proceedings against Dustin Ruckman, accused of manslaughter in Karly McDonald and Kiara Renteria Haist's 2019 deaths, have been delayed by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Unalaska City School District is running on a revised bus schedule due to a driver shortage, giving some kids longer rides and putting others in alternative school vehicles.
New regional airline Aleutian Airways touched down at Unalaska’s Tom Madsen Airport on Nov. 16., bringing the hope of more stable and affordable air service.
The recent closure of the Bering Sea snow crab and Bristol Bay red king crab fisheries has some Western Alaska towns taking a hard look at their futures, including St. Paul.
Superintendent Jim Wilson presented a budget update to the Unalaska school board that includes a $535,000 anticipated deficit — the biggest he’s seen in his 10 years as the high school principal.
Non-stop flights on Aleutian Airways' Saab 2000 aircraft are set to begin Nov. 16, with two flights per day Monday through Friday.
The U.S. Coast Guard cutter Kimball and its commander, Capt. Thomas C. D’Arcy, encountered a formation of seven Chinese and Russian warships in the Bering Sea last month.
The U.S. Coast Guard says a cutter crew identified seven Chinese and Russian naval vessels, including a Russian Federation Navy destroyer, about 75 miles north of Kiska Island.
“The cost of an airplane ticket to get out here is attention-getting," Sen. Lisa Murkowski said during an August visit to Unalaska, where one-way tickets to Anchorage cost nearly $1,000.