Hope McKenney, KUCB - Unalaska
Over the past two weeks, several tremors have shaken Unalaska, but scientists say there isn't any current need to panic.
Only three of the seven tsunami sirens in the Aleutian community worked, despite high seismic activity in the last week.
Over 100 asymptomatic crew members tested positive on three of the seafood company's other factory trawlers.
Henry Mack, mayor of the 900-person town, said the individual is an employee at the huge Peter Pan Seafoods plant.
The Tustumena ferry’s sailings were canceled after a crew member tested positive for COVID-19 Saturday.
Unalaska officials have reported a third local case of COVID-19, after announcing the city's first two Wednesday.
The City of Unalaska has confirmed its first local cases of COVID-19. Two seafood industry workers tested positive for the virus on Wednesday.
Eighty-six crew members of an American Seafoods trawler have tested positive for COVID-19, according to a press release from the seafood company Sunday night. Nine tests are still outstanding.
Dutch Harbor's value for fish landings went up by $9 million between 2017 and 2018. But it went up by $41 million in Naknek.
Trey Henning was buried in the avalanche and later recovered from the site near the quarry on Overland Drive. In a statement, the Department of Public Safety said life-saving measures were unsuccessful.
While the early findings establish some of the facts surrounding the Jan. 16 crash, the chief of the NTSB's Alaska Regional Office said it's too soon to pinpoint the cause.
Following a series of flight-canceling explosions, activity at Shishaldin Volcano has decreased over the past three weeks.
The state medical examiner has ruled hypothermia as the cause of death of Alexis Magalong, an 18-year-old high school senior who was found dead Saturday near Unalaska's Summer Bay.
The U.S. Coast Guard is taking precautionary measures with the 711-foot boat in light of the outbreak of the novel coronavirus in China
When the Scandies Rose sunk west of Kodiak, he survived. Now he’s grappling with losing his crewmates.
Dean Gribble describes it as a "whirlwind" — everything that happened between 10 p.m. on Dec. 31, when the crew hit the mayday button, and 2 a.m. on New Year's Day, when he and Lawler were rescued by a U.S. Coast Guard swimmer.
An eruption at Shishaldin Volcano – located on Unimak Island about 23 miles southwest of the community of False Pass – intensified Sunday, generating an ash-rich volcanic plume that was drifting to the south-southeast.
The King Air Beechcraft aircraft went down about 100 feet northwest of the end of the Unalaska Airport runway with a LifeMed pilot, paramedic, and nurse on board. All three were rescued from a life raft and sustained no serious injuries.
"An unknown amount of Jet A fuel has been released at this time," the DEC said in a written statement.
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