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The Unalaska City Council has reopened the debate over restructuring the Department of Public Safety; researchers are continuing efforts to map the behavior of Makushin Volcano; and seafood processors are bracing for another round of tariffs proposed on China.
The City of Unalaska has drafted a ban on plastic grocery bags; pollock fishermen have caught 16 percent of the "B" season quota; and U.S. Sen. Murkowski is weighing President Trump's pick for the Supreme Court.
The Unalaska City Council is still considering a ban on the distribution of single-use plastic bags; GCI has blamed Monday's service outage on a failed Anchorage transformer; and signs may point to a great white shark swimming in the Bering Sea.
Ukrainian seafood buyers want to connect with Unalaska's fisheries; the commercial herring season is off to a slow start; and higher oil prices mean the state might be able to balance its budget in FY19.
A man previously hired as Unalaska's fire chief has been sentenced to 36 years in prison; GCI has entered the next phase of its project to bring high-speed internet to the island; and Rep. Young's efforts to renew the Magnuson-Stevens Act is stirring up a dispute among groups that harvest pollock in the Bering Sea.