Casey Kelly fills in for Matt Miller. Stories include, the City and Borough of Juneau considers objecting to the boundaries of a proposed Petersburg Borough; US Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius visits Anchorage; bottle bombs are blowing up all over Juneau; and a profile of the state’s crime lab in this week’s Court Watch.
- Those seeking to cultivate commercial marijuana will have to apply for the $250 license, in addition to state’s.
- Influential tribal leader Ed Thomas received an Honorary Doctorate of Laws from the University of Alaska Southeast on Sunday.
- One animal's dinner plans caused a car crash in Ketchikan.
- You have to cheer as loudly for other teams as you do for your own.