A Dillingham grad is heading to a college wrestling national tournament next weekend in Topeka, Kansas.
An update on this year's Beaver Roundup and a look back to years gone by. Rapper Samuel Johns talks about his message to youth, plus fish news.
The Legislature is considering halving the amount of funding available for public broadcasting.
DILLINGHAM: Leroy B. Dick, Jr., 44, from Manokotak, was sentenced to 99 years in jail for killing unarmed Village Public Safety Officer Thomas Madole on March 19, 2013.
Polynesian Paradise Dancers will perform traditional dances on Saturday as part of Beaver Round-up.
Larry Jones is better known as The Man of 1002 voices.
Snow or not, the annual festival has plenty in store for a fun, eventful week in Dillingham. We have the schedule here.
Statewide Drug Enforcement Unit not planning to assign new trooper investigator to Dillingham office until budget and staffing allows.
USCG moving guides to full OUVP ("six pack") licenses on Western Alaska rivers. Lodge owners say change is not feasible for their industry now.
Lt. Col. William Burdett says there are not enough local recruits to justify maintaining the armory.
KUCB, Unalaska: A man is facing a felony charge for giving marijuana to an Unalaska teenager, on the eve of the drug’s legalization in the state.
Marcos Flores, 23, was arrested last week after police got a call from a local parent who said his daughter was in possession of marijuana.
Motivational speaker and positive rap artist Samuel Johns to perform in Dillingham this weekend as part of Beaver Round-up.
Author Annie Boochever on her novel Bristol Bay Summer, a gas war in Dillingham?, some speakers who say Ni, and thoughts on Beaver Round Up.
UA Board of Regents on Friday voted 8-2 in favor of a 5 percent tuition increase, in an effort to gain ground on the University’s budget shortfall.