We’ll talk with Kristina Paulick about tonight’s Alascappela concert at UAS;
Amy O’Neil-Houck and her daughter Selma will be here to highlight Perseverance Theatre’s Young Company;
We’ll get the details about next week’s world premiere of Performance Theatre’s newest production, The Road Weeps – The Well Runs Dry;
And we’ll get an overview of this year’s Juneau Jazz & Classics Festival, with Linda Rosenthal and Jessalyn Rintala.
- Anchorage police Capt. Kevin Vandergriff presented draft policies Wednesday on how police would like to use drones at a meeting of the Assembly’s public safety committee.
- The National Weather Service issued a winter storm warning for Juneau and northern Admiralty Island beginning at midnight tonight.
- State regulators agreed to make permanent a nearly 4 percent electric rate hike enacted by Alaska Electric Light & Power a year ago. But state lawyers were able to wring some concessions out of Juneau's electric utility in return.
- If Gov. Bill Walker signs Senate Bill 54, American Civil Liberties Union of Alaska lawyer Tara Rich expects defense attorneys to file lawsuits almost immediately.