We’ll get the details about the University of Alaska Fisheries Day at Lena Point;
Mercedes Munoz, from the Canvas, will highlight First Friday;
We’ll talk with Deputy Police Chief David Campbell about JPD activities;
And Adelyn Baxter will preview of the Monday night Forum@360.
That, Bird Note, music and more, live at 3 on KTOO, repeated at 4 on KRNN, and available on-line, on-demand via ktoo.org
Tune in tonight for live coverage of the CBJ Assembly meeting, hosted by Martha Moore, starting at 7.
- The Dunleavy administration's budget doesn't include funding to pay back residents for the reductions in permanent fund dividends from the last three years.
- There’s a heavy demand from scientists to use the Coast Guard's icebreakers to do research in Arctic waters. But with only two icebreakers in its entire fleet, the Coast Guard’s capabilities are limited.
- BP is undertaking a massive effort to get the clearest picture yet of what the Prudhoe Bay oil field looks like. The idea is that, after all these years, there's more oil at Prudhoe Bay to drill, but it's in smaller, harder-to-find pockets.
- According to an annual NOAA Fisheries report released Thursday, the Port of Dutch Harbor led the nation with 769 million pounds of seafood landed in 2017, worth $173 million.