In this newscast:
- Walker administration rejects teens’ climate change petition
- Police: 31-year-old Juneau woman caught trying to smuggle contraband into prison
- Invasive species hitchhiked to Alaska on 2011 tsunami
- Alaska Municipal League urges Legislature to get ‘er done
- The defense motion on behalf of Kenneth Manzanares was filed Thursday in Juneau Federal Court. His attorney filed a motion in the murder case to limit access to the defendant’s visitation records. The motion also restricts access to any calls and correspondence with him at Lemon Creek Correctional Center.
- A survivor of a BIA boarding school for Alaska Natives says the separation of children at the border is reminiscent of her own experiences. The context is different: but the traumatic effects are arguably similar.
- Former Alaska state Rep. Zach Fansler pleaded guilty Thursday to second-degree harassment in connection with a January incident in which he struck a woman in his hotel room.
- No damage or injuries reported when the twin turboprop Cessna 441 touched down with malfunctioning landing gear.