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Juneau Afternoon – 4/28/14

Juneau Afternoon – 4/28/14

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

We’ll talk to Sarah Hargrave about National Infant Immunization Week;

Christy Ciambor will … more

Skagway dock still underwater

Skagway dock still underwaterState transportation officials are working on a salvage and repair plan

Yankees Pitcher Suspended Over ‘Foreign Substance’ On Neck

Yankees Pitcher Suspended Over ‘Foreign Substance’ On NeckMajor League Baseball issued a ten-game suspension against Yankees pitcher Michael Pineda for "possessing a foreign substance on his person" during a game against the Boston Red Sox.

The Artist: featuring painter David Woodie

The Artist: featuring painter David WoodieScott Burton interviews painter and teacher David Woodie on Thursday, May 1st, as part of a multimedia presentation of his artwork.

NOAA investigating rare whale beachings

NOAA investigating rare whale beachingsThree rarely seen whales beached on Alaska’s coast last year, and NOAA Fisheries is investigating whether human activity contributed to the strandings.

American Journalist Freed By Kidnappers In Eastern Ukraine

American Journalist Freed By Kidnappers In Eastern UkraineSimon Ostrovsky, the Vice News journalist who was reportedly seized by pro-Russian insurgents in eastern Ukraine earlier this week, has been released, according to his employer.

Feds Rescind Washington State’s ‘No Child Left Behind’ Waiver

Feds Rescind Washington State’s ‘No Child Left Behind’ WaiverWashington has become the first state to have its "No Child Left Behind" waiver revoked by the Obama administration.

Pacific Island Nation Sues U.S., Others For Violating Nuclear Treaty

Pacific Island Nation Sues U.S., Others For Violating Nuclear TreatyThe Marshall Islands, the Pacific chain where the U.S. carried out dozens of nuclear tests in the late 1940s and 1950s, has filed suit in the Hague against Washington and the governments of eight other countries it says have not lived up to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty.

Fresh Avalanches On Everest Appear To End Climbs In Nepal

Fresh Avalanches On Everest Appear To End Climbs In NepalHigh up on the Nepalese side of Mount Everest, fresh ice avalanches on Friday made it "almost certain that no one will summit the world's highest mountain from Nepal during this year's climbing season"