907 Updates August 01, 2018

By Laurel Andrews: Troopers: Driver crashes on Seward Highway, steals passer-by’s car — and crashes it too
By Chris Klint: AST: Ejected Seward Highway carjacker tried to take 3rd vehicle
By Derek Minemyer: Owner of carjacked vehicle at Turnagain Pass recalls the incident
By Laurel Andrews: Police: Man who barricaded himself in South Anchorage home turns himself in
By Mike Ross: Getaway hope ended in Hope
By Chris Klint: ‘Stop!:’ Combative woman arrested in Anchorage
By CBS News: TSA: 3D-printed guns among weapons found at airport security checkpoints
By Heather Hintze: News Mat-Su Borough to let voters decide on additional law enforcement
By JACOB MANN Frontiersman.com: Therapy over punishment: Palmer Wellness Court and Veteran’s Court
By Kalinda Kindle: 2YH: Telestroke technology connects patients to doctors within minutes
How secure are these vehicles? Given the rampant automotive crimes what is the cost to the utility if these vehicles & equipment are stolen and/or vandalized?
By Devin Kelly: Audit: Some Anchorage workers who drove city vehicles home were never called out on city business
By Jill Burke: Coal-fired power plant in Healy accused of violating the Clean Air Act
Glad to hear the couple accepted Alaska Airlines apology, wonder if there was any compensation? Again, they paid for premium seating next to each other. How does Alaska Airlines justify the actions of the gate agent, and is this agent still employed by them?
By Dominic Gates, The Seattle Times: Alaska Airlines faces backlash after gay couple forced to surrender adjacent seating to straight couple
By Joe Vigil: Bear killed at Moose Run Golf Course
By Bill Sherwonit: Humans and bears sharing the Alaska landscape: the marvelous and the tragic
By Julian Emerson, The Leader-Telegram (Eau Claire, Wis.): ‘Unforgettable’: A dream Alaska fishing trip turned into a lifesaving mission for a Wisconsin doctor and his son
By Kalinda Kindle: Local poké business removes the words ‘Aloha’ and ‘Poke’ after cease-and-desist letter
Fred Brown COMMENTARY: State-run Health Care Authority a bad idea for employees