Volunteer Matt Lightner stopped by to co-DJ an episode of AM Unalaska with Vic Fisher.
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Newscast: 04/12/21

19 hours ago

A group of COVID-positive fishermen visited an Unalaska bar late Saturday, and now anyone who is unvaccinated and was there is being asked to quarantine; as Anchorage COVID-19 vaccinations are starting to plateau while cases rise, the number of vaccine doses administered each day across the state is also slowing; and in February, a group of Unalaskans began a months-long journey to get their firefighter certification.

Newscast: 04/08/21

Apr 8, 2021

At the end of last year, the council that regulates Alaska's lucrative federal fisheries eliminated the seat of one of its key Alaska Native panel members; Alaska health officials have announced the state's first case of a mutant strain of COVID-19 first detected in South Africa; and the COVID-19 pandemic has driven a boom in the world of Indigenous earring makers in Alaska.

Newscast: 04/07/21

Apr 7, 2021

Several seismic stations at Shishaldin Volcano are now operating after being offline for several months this winter; last week, the Biden Administration announced the members of the new White House Environmental Justice Advisory Council; and as the Alaska Legislature moves deeper into its session, the state budget is taking shape. 

Newscast: 04/06/21

Apr 6, 2021

While federal public health authorities have taken a step towards allowing cruises to resume in U.S. waters, there's still no clear timeline for cruises to resume in Alaska; amid pandemic anxiety, CARES Act funds were a godsend for remote Alaska communities, but for Tribal administrators, they were also a headache; and Unalaskans Against Sexual Assault and Family Violence is in the midst of hosting its annual Soup Off event. 

Newscast: 04/01/21

Apr 1, 2021

St. Paul has implemented a two-week "hunker down" order after officials confirmed the island's first case of COVID-19 Wednesday — more than a year after the pandemic arrived in the state; a man linked to a string of drug overdoses in Unalaska in 2019 has died in prison; and later this year, Alaskans will need to dial the area code when making phone calls within the state.