Pat Moore hosts.
We’ll talk with Ben Huff and Katie Bausler about summer offerings at UAS including Huff’s class in beginning digital photography;
Antoine Doiron and Ken Fix will come in to tell us about a special benefit showing of Antoine’s new movie Space Trucker Bruce at the Planetarium tonight at 7 p.m.;
Daniel Teske and Stefanie Sell of the Alaska Department of Fish and Game will drop by to alert us to the impending move of Fish and Game’s public service counters from the Douglas F&G offices to the Bill Ray Center. The Douglas facility will undergo an 18-month renovation starting next week;
and Irene Morris will outline the big celebration of Earth Day scheduled from 11-3 at the Glacier Visitor’s Center tomorrow.
That, Writer’s Almanac,Bird Note, music and more, Thursday at 3 on A Juneau Afternoon.
- BP isn't disputing that the incidents took place. The company has already taken extreme steps to address the issue.
- State lawyers want the Supreme Court to reverse the lower court's decision to allow the Stand for Salmon ballot initiative to move forward.
- That's the conclusion of a study performed as Washington, D.C., rolled out its huge program. The city has one of the largest forces in the country, with some 2,600 officers now wearing cameras.
- A swath of downtown Juneau went dark for about a half hour on Friday morning. AEL&P blamed the outage on unspecified equipment failure in a feeder circuit.