Winter in Unalaska by Sam Zmolek
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Newscast: 05/25/22

Around 80 people showed up in front of City Hall Tuesday night, waiting to hear if the Unalaska City Council would approve new contracts for city workers; representatives from the Unalaska Native Fishermen’s Association are hoping to start a new fishery for smaller boats that they say would make it easier for more local boatowners to fish cod in the waters around the island; and a new whale identification program uses artificial intelligence to identify humpbacks by their flukes.

Born in rural Northern California, Hope started as a reporter and producer at KZYX in Mendocino County. She then worked at Kichwa Hatari — the first Quechua language radio station in the U.S., based in New York — and KQED in San Francisco.