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Plea agreement possible for former Petersburg school employee

Tye Leif Petersen was arrested on charges of possession and distribution of child pornography

Holly, Valens, Bopper tribute on Crosscurrents 2/3

Holly, Valens, Bopper tribute on Crosscurrents 2/3

On February 3, 1959, a small plane crashed in an Iowa farm field during a snow storm took the lives of Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens, … more

Two Days Later, Atlantans Can Retrieve Cars Abandoned In Storm

Two Days Later, Atlantans Can Retrieve Cars Abandoned In Storm

Authorities in Atlanta want to start reuniting drivers with the hundreds of vehicles that were abandoned on highways during the winter storm that blew through Tuesday.

Sick Ship Sets Dubious Record For Royal Caribbean

Sick Ship Sets Dubious Record For Royal Caribbean

It was a record-setting voyage, but not one that Royal Caribbean’s public relations team is likely to be bragging about: The cruise line’s MS Explorer of the Seas now has the distinction of more sick passengers (630) and crew (54) than any cruise ship since the CDC starting keep stats 20 years ago.

Scientist To W.Va. Lawmakers: ‘I’m Not Drinking The Water’

Scientist To W.Va. Lawmakers: ‘I’m Not Drinking The Water’

“I’m not drinking the water.” That’s what an environmental scientist from Marshall University and a member of the West Virginia Environmental Quality Board told state lawmakers today during a hearing about a chemical spill that contaminated the drinking water of nine counties.

Edward Snowden Nominated For Nobel Peace Prize

Edward Snowden Nominated For Nobel Peace Prize

Saying Edward Snowden has “contributed to a more stable and peaceful world order” by exposing U.S. surveillance practices and forcing a new debate over security and privacy, two Norwegian politicians nominated the former intelligence contractor for the Nobel Peace Prize on Wednesday.

State senators push for criminal justice reform

State senators push for criminal justice reform

Alaska has the worst recidivism rate in the country. Two-thirds of the state’s prisoners eventually go back after their release.

Senate panel hears bill on elementary school reading programs

Senate panel hears bill on elementary school reading programs

With education being a hot issue this legislative session, some politicians are looking at the basics of learning in their effort to improve student outcomes.

Meet the greatest dating service agent in Iceland’s fishing industry

Meet the greatest dating service agent in Iceland’s fishing industry

If your a fisheries business in Iceland, Thor Sigfusson is kind of like your wingman.

Juneau Afternoon 1/30/14

Juneau Afternoon 1/30/14

Thursday at 3 on KTOO-FM, Shona Strauser hosts.

We’ll find out about this weekend’s PFLAG Fundraiser Snowball;

We’ll get the details on this Saturday’s Tinaa … more