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Christina Roes / KUCB

The Unalaska Raiders are heading north for their next basketball games.

Thursday morning both teams will face off against Kotzebue in Delta Junction.

The boys' are coming off two wins at home against King Cove. Coach Riley Spetz says this week their focus will be on rebounding.

Newscast: 01/16/19

16 hours ago

The Raiders basketball teams hit the road; uncertainty continues for the state and federal government; and Japan leaves the International Whaling Commission.

Annie Ropeik/KUCB

After multiple delays, the new city dock is open for business. The renovation of positions 3 and 4 at the Unalaska Marine Center met substantial completion Monday.

“We can schedule it," said Ports Director Peggy McLaughlin. "It’s completely available for cargo operations, fishing vessel offloads, fueling, tying alongside, transfers of whatever might be required. We’re good to go.”

Construction on the $39 million project began in June 2017 and McLaughlin said is still within budget.

Having the dock renovation completed she said is huge.

Newscast: 01/15/19

Jan 15, 2019

The City of Unalaska's new dock is ready for vessels; the first session of the 31st Alaska Legislature gavels in; and the partial federal government shutdown means the North Pacific Fishery Management Council might not be able to make any official decisions at its next meeting.

Newscast: 01/14/19

Jan 14, 2019

Summers Bay road is closed due to avalanches; a software glitch causes Bristol Bay holiday travel fiascos on Ravn and PenAir; and a lawyer and two doctors are suing the state saying they were fired for unconstitutional reasons by Gov. Mike Dunleavy.

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