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Zoe Sobel

Reporter/Host

As a high schooler in Portland, ME, Zoë got her first taste of public radio at NPR's easternmost station. From there, she's slowly moved west -- onto Boston where she studied at Wellesley College and worked at WBUR and WZLY. She's happy to be living close to the ocean again.

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Newscast: 01/16/18

15 hours ago

The eastern Aleutian tanner crab fishery opens for the first time in two years; the Unalaska boys' basketball team extends their undefeated streak; and the second regular session of the 30th Legislature starts today.

Chrissy Roes/KUCB

The Unalaska boys’ basketball team (6-0) has extended their undefeated streak to six games. This weekend they downed the visiting Petersburg Vikings twice.

On Friday night, the team scored 64 points to Petersburg’s 38 – including double digit contributions by senior John Voung. Saturday’s game was a lower scoring affair with the Raiders winning decisively 48-27.

On the girls’ side, the Raiders split the weekend with the Vikings. On Friday night, Unalaska narrowly pulled off the win 26-24.

Courtesy UCSD

The Unalaska basketball teams play their first home games of the 2017-2018 season this week.

Kent Russell has been coaching the boys' team for 6 years. KUCB sat down with him to discuss last season and what to expect from the program this year.

You can catch the boys' first home game Friday at 6:30 p.m. against defending 2A state champions Petersburg.

Courtesy UCSD

The Unalaska high school basketball teams play their first home games of the 2017-2018 season this week.

Casey Clausius is in his third year coaching the girls' program. KUCB sat down with him to discuss what to expect from the team this year. Clausius starts by looking back at the end of last season where the team lost to Dillingham -- narrowly missing out on a bid to the state tournament.

You can catch the girls' first home game Friday at 8 p.m. against Petersburg. 

Newscast: 01/11/18

Jan 11, 2018

The second iteration of Unalaska's public bus trial starts this weekend; Vice President Mike Pence will visit Alaska missile facilities in February; and researchers have discovered evidence of a previously unknown, ancient people who were amount the first to come to Alaska from Asia.

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