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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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Berett Wilber/KUCB

A 27-year-old fisherman, Anthony M. Cervantes, has been arrested in a stabbing incident that sent one person to Anchorage for surgery.

Police responded to the F/V Aleutian Sable early Friday morning following reports that a crewmember had been badly injured in a knife attack. He had a deep laceration to his upper abdomen and was medevacked. Deputy Chief Jennifer Shockley says the victim is in stable condition. 

A second member of the crew was also injured.

Cervantes was apprehended by police officers less than a quarter mile from the boat.

Newscast: 03/19/18

Mar 19, 2018

Metlakatla quashes Unalaska's hopes of reclaiming the 2A boys state basketball crown; LTE arrives in Unalaska; and a 27-year-old fisherman has been arrested in a stabbing incident.

Courtesy Karie Wilson

As the Unalaska Raiders seek their second state basketball championship in three years, they have the best 2A player on their side. Trevor Wilson was named first-team all-state and 2A Player of the Year by the Alaska Association of Basketball Coaches.

The junior is honored, but doesn’t take full credit for the accolade.

Newscast: 03/15/18

Mar 15, 2018

The 2A state basketball tournament tips off tonight in Anchorage; the Unalaska City School District taps savings to fund their budget; and a new virtual sport for Iditarod superfans.

Berett Wilber/KUCB

What are Unalaska’s rules for posting campaign related signs around town? That was City Councilor Shari Coleman’s question and it sparked a heated discussion at last night’s council meeting.

“Should we allow signs on campaign signs to be displayed on city property?" Coleman wondered. "If so, let’s have something in writing as to how they should be placed.”

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