Wednesday on A Juneau Afternoon, Jamie Waste hosts.
We’ll talk with Lisa Ibias and Dwayne Corbin about this weekend’s Juneau Symphony performances;
We’ll find out what a statewide group of middle-schoolers are learning about drones;
We’ll learn about STICK FIGURES, an art project for ARC of Anchorage;
And Amy Kadinger will be here with a preview of her presentation about Eating for Energy.
That, Writer’s Almanac, Bird Note, music and more, today on KTOO-NEWS-Juneau. If you miss the live show, it’s also available at 4 on KRNN, and on-line at ktoo.org.
- Out-going state Ombudsman Linda Lord-Jenkins said the cases show that in the foster care system, failing to complete administrative tasks can have long-term impacts.
- Researchers say more studies, and more data collected by the updated sensor network should help climatologists determine whether Alaska’s lightning season will be getting longer.
- Hundreds of people had gathered around to try to collect oil after an oil tanker truck overturned and began leaking. Someone lighting a cigarette may have sparked the fire.
- Authorities have evacuated roughly 650 apartments in London high-rises, citing cladding similar to the materials used in Grenfell Tower, which went up in a deadly blaze earlier this month.