Today at 3 on A Juneau Afternoon, Pat Moore will host. Katie Bausler will be here with an update on the UAS Sound & Motion series; Jeremy Johnson will be here to talk about gaming and the Pop-Up Geek Bazaar; we’ll learn about an upcoming lecture on Building the Business Case for Energy Efficiency from Dena Strait, an Energy Specialist with AHFC, and John Anderson, a Weatherization Engineer; Scott Willis will be here with a preview of his lecture tonight at the Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center, where he’ll present pictures of the construction of the Salmon Creek Dam; and Lisle Hebert will be here to talk about the premiere of his new film, Little Red Book, which will have showings through Tuesday at the Gold Town Town theatre.
- The Alaska Native Science and Engineering Program has proposed turning the 70-year-old boarding school into an accelerated high school. Some members of the Edgecumbe community aren't happy about that.
- Nora Edith Thomas is charged with two counts of second degree murder for the death of Christopher Kenney.
- The House passed a resolution that limits committees to working on bills that raise or spend state revenue. House Democrats raised concerns that the rule change would reduce transparency.
- The Juneau School District is facing a sixth year of budget cuts, and it’s handling the budget process a little differently than it has in recent years.