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Laura Kraegel

Reporter

Originally from Chicago, Laura moved to Alaska to work at KNOM Radio, reporting on Nome and the Bering Strait Region. Now, she’s excited to cover Unalaska and the Aleutians while still living on the Bering Sea.

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State prosecutors say they won't file any charges against Unalaska's public officials, signaling the end of an unexplained months-long investigation into the City Council.

Assistant Attorney General John Darnall made the announcement Tuesday, after spending two months reviewing the case for the Office of Special Prosecutions (OSP).

Newscast: 06/20/18

17 hours ago

State prosecutors won't file charges against Unalaska's public officials following a months-long investigation; processors are waiting to see whether secondary processing of Alaska fish will be subject to a new Chinese tariff; and state officials try to address a backlog of Medicaid applications.

Newscast: 06/19/18

Jun 19, 2018

The second cruise ship of the season has docked in Unalaska; the state is swamped with a backlog of Medicaid applications; and U.S. Sen. Murkowski continues calling on the Trump administration to stop separating children from their parents when families are caught crossing the southern border.

Newscast: 06/18/18

Jun 18, 2018

Bycatch restrictions will likely tighten next year on the Bering Sea pollock fishery; China has announced tariffs on American goods, including Alaska seafood; and members of Alaska’s congressional delegation are troubled by the Trump administration's practice of removing children from their parents when families are caught crossing the border without authorization.

Newscast: 06/14/18

Jun 14, 2018

Unalaska's clinic won't draw on an emergency subsidy from the city; the City Council may introduce penalties for senior citizens who miss the deadline for property tax exemptions; and a new study shows that women fishery observers are harassed much more than their male counterparts. 

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