We play edgy, up-and-coming music aimed at a young college-aged audience. Where underground, underplayed, and underrated artists and tracks are able to shine. As the college radio station of Anchorage, we'll also keep you updated with exciting opportunities on and around campus. Then there's our News Team; they'll keep you posted with breaking news happening off campus. From our edge of the world to yours.
This week on the Edge Update, the news team discusses Anchorage’s recent snowfall, a massive cyber attack on the United States, and continuing developments in the battle to retake Mosul.
UAA might lose an Alaskan pastime: Skiing. Does this need to happen? Featuring UAA ski coaches Sparky Anderson and Andrew Kastning, and UA president Jim Johnson. KRUA’s Max Jungreis reports.
This week, the KRUA news team sits down to talk about Hurricane Matthew, the retraction of support for Donald Trump, and the new UN general secretary.
This week on the Edge Update, the news team discusses an unexpected turn of events in Columbia, the rapid deterioration of relations between the US and Russia, and local debates over what to do about the PFD.
This week the KRUA news reporters sit down to discuss the passage of a bill that allows families of 9/11 victims to sue Saudi Arabia, the US government handing control of the internet over to a nonprofit , and the mayor’s 2017 budget proposal.
State representative Tammie Wilson has accused the Office of Children Services of kidnapping children. Is there any truth to her claims? KRUA interviewed Christy Lawton, the director of OCS, to find out more. Max Jungreis reports.
This week, the KRUA news reporters sit down to talk about the decline of poverty in the U.S. and Colombian revolutionists.