Four decades ago, Ho Van Thanh fled the fighting in his native Vietnam, disappearing into the jungle with his infant son, Ho Van Lang. This week, father and son emerged for the first time – an enfeebled Thanh carried in a stretcher and Lang wearing only a loin cloth made of tree bark.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration stuck by its earlier prediction today that the summer will bring with it an “above normal” Atlantic hurricane season.
Scubua diving emergencies can no longer be treated at Bartlett Regional Hospital in Juneau. After more than 30 years, the facility discontinued its hyperbaric chamber program and recently removed the 13-foot chamber.
Friday at 3 on A Juneau Afternoon, Joan Pardes hosts.
We’ll learn about the upcoming STAR performances;
Linda Ketchum will offer details about the Sledgehammer … more
Don’t miss the all-ages Trampled by Turtles tonight for a KXLL Beeraiser, brought to you by our friends at the Pint Size Bus.
The Duluth … more
Master Gardener Ed Buyarski explains it all.
The women say the former chairman of the House Veterans’ Affairs Committee used his significant power and credentials to access military sexual assault survivors.
The Smithsonian’s National Zoo announced Thursday the birth of a pair of Sumatran tigers, a species that has dwindled to less than 500 in the wild.
The burglar (or burglars) who broke into the offices of the San Bernardino County (Calif.) Sexual Assault Services on July 31 and stole several computers and monitors apparently had a change of heart after finding out that the people at the agency help victims of sexual violence.
“The National Security Agency is searching the contents of vast amounts of Americans’ e-mail and text communications into and out of the country, hunting for people who mention information about foreigners under surveillance, according to intelligence officials,” The New York Times reported Thursday.