Volunteer Matt Lightner stopped by to co-DJ an episode of AM Unalaska with Vic Fisher.
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KUCB Radio offers an eclectic mix of music and entertainment programming, local events listings and public service announcements.  Local programming is supplemented by a vibrant schedule of acquired shows from public radio sources.  

Newscast: 01/14/21

Jan 14, 2021

Unalaska has received it's second distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine; through a partnership with the Trump administration, tribes are treated as sovereign nations and receive their own vaccine shipments; and at their special meeting Thursday, the School Board will be discussing the possibility of reopening schools to in-person learning while Unalaska's coronavirus risk level remains high.

Newscast: 01/13/21

Jan 13, 2021

Starting Wednesday, Unalaska's restaurants and bars are permitted to open to limited dine-in services, despite the city's high coronavirus risk level; as the city moves in and out of the "high" coronavirus risk level, and Unalaskans oscillate between hunkering down and limited social interaction, PCR staff are still planning for upcoming events and programming; Alaska businesses will soon be able to apply for a second round of Paycheck Protection Plan loans.

Newscast: 01/11/21

Jan 11, 2021

As Unalaskans are once again being asked to stay at home as much as possible after the city raised its coronavirus risk level to "high" on Thursday, students are left in limbo — awaiting transition to distance education; Alaska health officials have been transitioning the state's COVID-19 vaccine distribution process from deliveries directly to hospitals and clinics to a more decentralized system that relies on pharmacies and individual doctors' offices; and the City of Unalaska is continuing a Category 2 travel advisory due to inclement weather.

Newscast: 01/07/21

Jan 7, 2021

KUCB takes a look back at past Russian Orthodox Christmases and talks to locals about their memories of starring ceremonies in this special newscast.


Newscast: 01/06/2021

Jan 6, 2021

The nation's sole heavy icebreaker arrived in the Aleutians this week for the first time since 2013; yesterday, U.S. District Court Judge Sharon Gleason denied requests that she block the Trump administration from issuing oil leases in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge; and President Trump signed a massive year-end bill that may be the most significant law to fight climate change that Congress has ever passed.