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Juneau Afternoon – 11-3-14

Monday at 3 on A Juneau Afternoon, Scott Burton hosts.

He’ll talk with organizers from the Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute about their upcoming Alaska Fishing … more

Waterspout reported near Sitka, more likely

Waterspout reported near Sitka, more likelyWaterspouts are likely along the outer coast of Southeast Alaska. Gale warnings and small craft advisories are in effect.

Syringes found in van stolen from Brandy Lane

Juneau Police suspect a drug user or a small group of people in multiple recent thefts around Industrial Boulevard.

McGuan gives Muñoz first election challenge in six years

McGuan gives Muñoz first election challenge in six yearsDemocrat George McGuan is a union electrician, who portrays himself as more working man than politician

Juneau’s Get Out the Native Vote to hold rally on Saturday

Juneau’s Get Out the Native Vote to hold rally on Saturday"I'm telling people, 'Grab five friends or relatives and get them to vote,' or call them and urge them to vote," Nancy Barnes says.

Tunisia’s Secularists Victorious In Parliamentary Vote

Tunisia’s Secularists Victorious In Parliamentary VoteTunisia's main secularist party has won a decisive victory against Islamists in parliamentary elections, grabbing 85 seats, or just under 40 percent in the 217-seat assembly, according to official results.

Wrangell assembly to intervene in Big Thorne lawsuit

Wrangell assembly to intervene in Big Thorne lawsuitThe assembly decided to spend $5,000 to intervene, or formally participate in the litigation. The assembly was also considering filing as a friend of the court, or offering its opinion on the timber sale if allowed by the court.

Maker Of ‘Body Cams’ Used By Police Reports Spike In Sales

Maker Of ‘Body Cams’ Used By Police Reports Spike In SalesThe company says 2014 sales of its "Axon Body" model are up 300 percent over last year, and sales of its more expensive "Axon Flex" camera have doubled.

Murkowski attending Arctic conference

Murkowski attending Arctic conferenceThe U.S. is in line to take over the chair of the Arctic Council next year.

Angry Mob Sets Fire To Parliament In Burkina Faso

Angry Mob Sets Fire To Parliament In Burkina FasoThousands of protesters in Burkina Faso broke through police lines and surged into the country's parliament, setting the building on fire ahead of a vote that would have allowed the country's president to extend his 27-year rule of the West African country.
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