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Glacier Valley Elementary violinists play for special guests

Glacier Valley Elementary violinists play for special guestsEight-year-old violinists and arts in Juneau schools have drawn the John F. Kennedy Center to the capital city. Representatives from the nation’s performing arts center are scoping out Juneau as a finalist for the Any Given Child program.

Thursday Newscast 12/20/12


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Attorney lauds changes to abortion proposal

An attorney for Planned Parenthood says she's pleased to see changes the state has made to proposed regulations for abortion payment conditions.

EPA: No new timetable for Bristol Bay report

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency says it has no timetable for completing its review of the impacts of large-scale mining in the Bristol Bay region.

Convicted Kasilof murder dies in prison

A Kasilof man serving 213 years for the murder of two Kenai Peninsula women more than a decade ago has died.

Juneau Afternoon 12/19/12

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Coffee Fundraiser for Kenya

Carolyn Brown
Ben Brown
Grady Saunders

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Salazar announces Alaska Petroleum Reserve plan

Interior Secretary Ken Salazar has affirmed a proposed management plan for a vast petroleum reserve on Alaska's North Slope that will split 23 million acres roughly 50-50 between protected areas and land available for oil leasing.

Telling Tales 12/18/12

Telling Tales 12/18/12--Best, funniest & craziest 12 days of Christmas ever!

Juneau Afternoon 12/20/12

Juneau Afternoon 12/20/12Andy Kline hosts and we hear about The Alaska String Band, performing this Saturday night at The Island Pub, St. Vincent de Paul Adopt-A-Family program, Raven’s Cove, Arts Up, That, Writers’ Almanac, music & more

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