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Business slate challenges Sealaska incumbents

Business slate challenges Sealaska incumbentsA slate of shareholders with business backgrounds is trying to unseat four incumbents on the Sealaska board of directors

Juneau Afternoon – 5/1/14

Juneau Afternoon – 5/1/14

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

We’ll talk with Matt Robus, this month’s featured artist at the Juneau Artists’ Gallery;

Sharon … more

China Could (By One Measure) Pass U.S. As No. 1 Economy This Year

China Could (By One Measure) Pass U.S. As No. 1 Economy This YearChina is poised to surpass the United States this year as the world's biggest economy, says an estimate released Wednesday by the World Bank's International Comparison Program.

Juneau project funding approved by Legislature

Juneau project funding approved by Legislature$2.2 billion capital improvement project budget goes to Gov. Parnell for review

Reactions To NBA’s Ban Of Clippers Owner Donald Sterling

Reactions To NBA’s Ban Of Clippers Owner Donald SterlingCurrent and former NBA players praised the league's decision to punish LA Clippers owner Donald Sterling with a lifetime ban over racist remarks he made in an audio recording. Commissioner Adam Silver announced the punishment Tuesday, days after the audio emerged.

Skagway dock is floating again

Skagway dock is floating againAll 24 chambers that float the dock were flooded

Telling Tale – 4/30/14

Tuesday’s show:

 

“See the Other Side” by Tatyana Tolstaya

(Translated, from the Russian, by Jamey Gambrell)

–What is Heaven like, when your favorite person … more

Botched Oklahoma Execution Prompts Questions About Lethal Injection

Botched Oklahoma Execution Prompts Questions About Lethal InjectionThe botched execution of death row inmate Clayton Lockett Tuesday evening in Oklahoma is sparking a reassessment of lethal injection.

After Tornadoes, States Now Brace For Flooding

After Tornadoes, States Now Brace For FloodingThe weather system that spawned tornadoes that killed at least 35 people this week throughout the South and Midwest is dumping heavy rain, triggering fears of major flooding.

Lab Rats May Be Stressed By Men, Which May Skew Experiments

Lab Rats May Be Stressed By Men, Which May Skew ExperimentsDuring the course of an experiment, students at McGill University in Montreal noticed something odd: Rodents didn't seem to be showing signs of pain if they were handled by male students.
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