907 Updates December 12, 2018

By Leroy Polk: Woman shot multiple times in early morning Anchorage gunfire
By Jill Burke: Know Your Rights: Fair housing and protections for renters and homebuyers
By Rebecca Palsha: Cyrano’s Theatre Co. will drop an actor who is a registered sex offender after social media backlash
Tuesday afternoon, Cyrano’s updated its Facebook page and said registered sex offenders will be prevented from working at Cyrano’s in any capacity.

“We know the community would prefer that we don’t have someone who is on the sexual offender registry in our shows, and that is absolutely fine,” Pond said. “We support all of those people those who have been victims, anybody who has found this to be difficult and upsetting, and that’s far more important to us.”

Seifert is in a production with Cryano’s that will run two more weeks. Pond said he will continue in those plays but they will be his final performances.
By Richard Mauer: Evangelists win right to proselytize in city park
Mat-Su Valley Frontiersman: Iconic Palmer water tower part of new holiday tradition, Assembly votes to temporarily waive dump fees and more->
KYYK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Winter Dividends From Calista, Bethel City Council To Reconsider Avenues Water Project and more->
KTOO Public Media December 12, 2018
Rasmuson Foundation new awards: wilderness cabins, youth programs, a rural elders home and more
Film Festival on Friday: Magnetic stories of 6 Alaskans
By John Thompson: Head of the Class: Megan Webb