Volunteer Matt Lightner stopped by to co-DJ an episode of AM Unalaska with Vic Fisher.
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Bering Sea crabbers have reported seeing plenty of bairdi after the fishery’s controversial closure; Unalaska is seeking public input before moving forward on a major renovation to the city dock; and Alaskans will be allowed to hunt Emperor Geese next month for the first time in 30 years.
The Unalaska Department of Public Safety is undergoing its first independent review; philosophical differences may prevent lawmakers from resolving Alaska’s budget crisis before the legislative session ends; and the U.S. Senate has overturned an Obama administration rule on hunting in national wildlife refuges.
Reindeer on St. Paul Island are surprising scientists; budget cuts proposed by the Trump administration would make it harder to forecast Alaska weather; and U.S. Rep. Don Young won’t support the Republican health care bill in its current form.
The Raiders’ bid to repeat as state basketball champs has ended in a semifinal loss; a regional airline is being criticized after numerous delays and cancelations; and the White House has released an outline of President Trump’s first budget.
Unalaska’s marine railway has been demolished after 75 years; the Raiders have advanced in the state basketball tournament; and scientists are trying crowdsourcing to figure out what’s behind the mysterious decline of Steller sea lions.