A bakery pie tin became a flying plastic disc when it began to be sold on January 13, 1957. Gavin and Wyatt as dogs enjoy chasing discs at the playground while John as host likes playing tunes at the radio station. Even if you do not catch the flying disc with the dogs, you can still catch the radio show with the host on Crosscurrents, 1/13 at 8 a.m.
- Large projects can often be contentious, and two of the most debated state projects in the past few years have been the Knik Arm Crossing and the Susitna-Watana Hydroelectric Project.
- Gov. Bill Walker announced an additional $10 million cut to the University of Alaska.
- The largest share of that cut is to the account the state uses to partially reimburse local governments for school bonds.
- Inmates will be moved to other corrections centers and halfway houses or possibly put on ankle monitoring, depending on the situation.