On June 10, 1752, legend has it that Benjamin Franklin tied a key to some string and flew his kite during a lightning storm to experiment with electricity. Gavin, the dog, watches for signs of lightning in the sky while John, the host, looks for music in the library to honor Franklin’s kite experiment. You will sense the electricity in the air as you listen to Crosscurrents, 6/10 at 8 a.m.
- A library worker in youth services says the event raised a few eyebrows, but didn't draw any formal complaints.
- It sets permanent fund dividends at $1,100. The Legislature didn’t pass a plan to balance budgets in the future.
- 360 North’s new documentary “Inside Out: Leaving Prison Behind,” premieres 8 p.m. this Friday, June 23 on 360 North.
- The state is advertising the ferry Taku again. It listed the ship earlier at $1.5 million, then at $700,000. This time, there's no advertised minimum.