The April 22, 1970, Earth Day was the start of the environmental network of organizations with more than 17,000 associated groups in 174 countries. Gavin (the dog) barks in favor of a clean environment while John (the host) searches for an Earth Day related songs for your radio environment. You are invited to reduce, reuse, and recycle while listening to Crosscurrents, 4/22 at 8 am.
- A nearly 400-year-old book sits in the Alaska State Library. But it's not any old book, it's the First Folio, the first written copy of Shakespeare's work.
- A whale-watching tour saw more than just whales Wednesday, after helping save a deer from drowning in the ocean.
- There’s a long history of rural legislators joining majority caucuses, regardless of the party.
- People with drug felonies can now apply for food stamps in Alaska.