A police sergeant in the village of Yellow Springs has been charged with assault after officials say she used physical force to remove a camera from a resident who was taping police activity.
Alaska’s Marine Highway- Wed., Aug. 14 at 10p on WOSU
Transportation in Alaska has always been unique, with vast expanses of land, large bodies of water and rugged geography, getting around the state can be difficult.Â Since people first settled in Alaska, water travel has been a necessity and part of life. For fifty years, a constant, stalwart and integral part of navigating the state has been the blue and gold hulls of the Alaska Marine Highway ships. These sea-going vessels serve as the only “roadway” to many parts of coastal Alaska and are used as an integral lifeline to the people who live along the 3500 miles of Alaska Marine Highway routes.Â Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Alaska’s Marine Highway