Newscast: 10/09/18

12 hours ago

The City Council is expected to certify Unalaska's election results tonight; St. Paul recently hosted its annual "Bering Sea Days" science program for students in the Pribilof Islands; and Gov. Bill Walker's administration has declared a linguistic emergency for Alaska Native languages.

Newscast: 10/08/18

Oct 8, 2018

Shari Coleman has retained her seat on the Unalaska City Council by 11 votes; a bankruptcy judge has approved the sale of PenAir to the company that owns Ravn Air Group; and U.S. Sen. Murkowski is facing reprisal from the Alaska Republican Party over her "no" vote on Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

Newscast: 10/04/18

Oct 4, 2018

Police say the disappearance of Unalaska resident Willy Robinson likely stemmed from an incident in the waters of Captains Bay; the company that owns Ravn Alaska has been named the top bidder in an auction for PenAir's assets; and the Museum of the Aleutians is opening a new exhibition called "Alaska Native Dolls: A Cultural thread" on Friday.

Newscast: 10/03/18

Oct 3, 2018

Friends and family continue the search for Willy Robinson; after Tuesday's election, Unalaska's only contested race is too close to call; and PenAir's court-ordered auction is underway in Anchorage.

Newscast: 10/02/18

Oct 2, 2018

It's Election Day in Unalaska; PenAir is headed to the auction block Wednesday; and a Sand Point educator has been named a finalist for Alaska's teacher of the year.