Lauren Adams

General Manger

On air during the 2015 pledge drive.
Credit KUCB

Lauren is a longtime resident of Unalaska. She started her time at UCB working in television production for Channel 8 in 2002. Lauren was promoted to station manager in 2006, and enjoys working with an excellent staff and board to provide public radio and television programming to the community of Unalaska.

Ways to Connect

Laura Kraegel/KUCB

UCSD started off the school year by bringing a program called Rachel's Challenge to Unalaska.  The program is aimed to help stop bullying, violence, and alienation in schools.  UCSD students in grades 7-12 participated in two days of training, with the goal of encouraging connection between students, faculty, staff and the community.  

The program was named for Rachel Scott, the first person killed in the Columbine High School shooting on April 20, 1999. Her family created a non profit with the mission of making schools safer, more connected places.


Each year, KUCB offers local candidates the opportunity to tell voters about themselves, their qualifications, and why they are running for office.  This year you'll see four names on the ballot for School Board and City Council.  Personal statements from the candidates can be found by following the links below:

Carlos Tayag

Rare hot weather encouraged record participation at the Aleutian Tundra Golf Classic.   

More than 20 teams teed off in the tundra last weekend in Unalaska's annual golf tournament. The tournament includes nine holes of golf each day. 

Two teams tied as this year's tournament champs.  Based on the honor system and score cards turned in at the end of the second day, North Pacific Fuel and Matson tied by scoring 57, followed closely by the Babymakers at 61.  Each of the four members on the winning teams will receive 10GB of OptimERA Wi-Fi. 

Newscast: 05/17/18

May 17, 2018

Descendants set foot on Attu for the first time and a Japanese documentarian wants more people to know about the Aleutian campaign.

The Alaska Patriot has been sunk in the North Pacific. Because of incoming inclement weather, the Coast Guard cutter Sherman left the area Wednesday evening while the 170-foot abandoned fishing vessel was slipping beneath the waves.