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Conviction Overturned For Priest Jailed In Abuse Scandal

Conviction Overturned For Priest Jailed In Abuse Scandal

After spending a year and a half in jail, a Philadelphia Roman Catholic priest convicted of child endangerment will go free after a court overturned the 2012 verdict.

Winter driving class is Jan. 6

Winter driving class is Jan. 6

Learn more about winter driving safety at a special class next month at JPD.

Juneau Afternoon 12/27/13

Juneau Afternoon 12/27/13

Friday at 3 on A Juneau Afternoon, Shona Strauser hosts.

We’ll hear a Mudrooms story by Bill Leighty.

We’ll highlight next week’s Swing In the … more

Alaska military dependence is focus of new study

Alaska military dependence is focus of new study

Most of the federal dollars spent in Alaska are related to the military.

Thousands of Alaskans to lose unemployment benefits Saturday

Thousands of Alaskans to lose unemployment benefits Saturday

About 6,500 Alaskans will see their emergency unemployment benefits come to an end on Saturday.

American Kidnapped By Al-Qaida In Pakistan Seen In Video

American Kidnapped By Al-Qaida In Pakistan Seen In Video

An American development worker and Peace Corps veteran who was kidnapped more than two years ago from his home in Pakistan by men claiming to be affiliated with al-Qaida

Juneau man, stolen car reunited just before Christmas

Juneau man, stolen car reunited just before Christmas

The red Toyota 4-door was stolen December 17th while parked, with the engine running, in the Nugget Mall parking lot.

Jobless Claims Fell Sharply Last Week

Jobless Claims Fell Sharply Last Week

Just as last week’s figures may been distorted by temporary factors related to the holiday season that made things look worse than they really are, the word Thursday that there’s been a sharp drop in claims for unemployment insurance needs to be accompanied by the same sort of caveat.

Greenpeace Activists Start Getting Visas To Leave Russia

Greenpeace Activists Start Getting Visas To Leave Russia

The next step has been taken in what some observers say is Russian President Vladimir Putin’s bid to burnish his country’s reputation before February’s Winter Olympic Games in Sochi.

Juneau Afternoon 12/26/13

Juneau Afternoon 12/26/13

“A Season’s Griot” is public radio’s only nationally syndicated Kwanzaa program. Hosted by acclaimed storyteller Madafo Lloyd Wilson, this annual one-hour special captures the tales and traditions of African-American and African peoples. 3 pm