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Coghill proposes change to Alaska Native languages bill

Coghill proposes change to Alaska Native languages bill

Sen. John Coghill, R-North Pole, wants to create a new section in state statute for ceremonial languages

Juneau Afternoon 4/18/2014

Pat Moore hosts.

We’ll talk with Ben Huff and Katie Bausler about summer offerings at UAS including Huff’s class in beginning digital photography;

Antoine Doiron … more

Juneau Afternoon 4/21/14

Juneau Afternoon 4/21/14

Monday at 3 on KTOO-FM on A Juneau Afternoon, Joan Pardes hosts.

We’ll talk to Dr. Joanie Mayer Hope about the screening of the film … more

Alaska unemployment rate stays below national average

Alaska unemployment rate stays below national average

Alaska’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate was 6.6 percent in March, up one-tenth of a percent from February

Scientists Spot A Planet That Looks Like ‘Earth’s Cousin’

Scientists Spot A Planet That Looks Like ‘Earth’s Cousin’

Scientists who have been hunting for another Earth beyond our solar system have come across a planet that’s remarkably similar to our world.

BP Exec Who Led Cleanup Settles On Charges Of Insider Trading

BP Exec Who Led Cleanup Settles On Charges Of Insider Trading

A former BP executive who led the company’s cleanup of the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill has agreed to pay $224,000 in penalties and restitution in a settlement with the Securities and Exchange Commission for allegedly trading on inside information on the disaster.

Remembering Bob Janes

Remembering Bob Janes

A celebration of life for Bob Janes Sr. will be held Sunday, April 20, at the JACC at 5:30 p.m.

China Admits That A Fifth Of Its Farmland Is Contaminated

China Admits That A Fifth Of Its Farmland Is Contaminated

Unbridled industrialization with almost no environmental regulation has resulted in the toxic contamination of one-fifth of China’s farmland, the Communist Party has acknowledged for the first time.

As Rescue Efforts Continue, Korean Ferry Sinks Below Surface

As Rescue Efforts Continue, Korean Ferry Sinks Below Surface

As darkness fell Friday in the Yellow Sea off South Korea’s southern coast, there was still no good news to report about efforts to determine if any of the nearly 270 people missing since a passenger ferry capsized Wednesday might still be alive inside the sunken ship.

Obama: Affordable Care Act Enrollment Hits 8 Million

Obama: Affordable Care Act Enrollment Hits 8 Million

President Obama says that enrollment under the Affordable Care Act has reached 8 million after the March 31 sign-up deadline was extended by two weeks.

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