We’ll get a preview of tonight’s presentation, Modern Slavery-Human Trafficking in Alaska, with Robin Bronen, from the Alaska Institute for Justice;
We’ll get the details on this Friday’s First Friday exhibit at the Alaska State Museum and get an update on the Museum’s future with guest, Bob Banghart;
We’ll talk with Keola Beamer and R. Carlos Nakai about their concert this Saturday at the Juneau Douglas High School Auditorium;
And Nancy DeCherney will be with be here with Arts Up.
That, Writers’ Almanac, music & more, Thursday at 3 on KTOO-NEWS.
- Alaska protesters are joining a national effort by Trump opponents who want Congress to act as a check on the president.
- Tim McLeod, AEL&P’s president, says the company thought heating with natural gas could save customers money but circumstances have changed.
- Senate President Pete Kelly said the plan in Senate Bill 70 will prevent spending from getting out of control. The Senate isn't including an income tax.
- Hilcorp recently informed state regulators that the company is unlikely to begin repairs on a gas leak in Cook Inlet until mid- to late March, according to a letter obtained by Alaska's Energy Desk through a public records request.