907 Updates December 30, 2017

Condolences to David Grunwald’s loved ones. If one of them snaps and kills these POS, who could blame them?

By Heather Hintze: Three trials likely for four Grunwald murder suspects
By KTVA Web Staff: Woman wounded in early-morning Anchorage shooting
By Daniella Rivera: Looking back: Anchorage’s deadliest year on record
By Emily Carlson: New APD unit arrests 51 violent felons in 2 months
“I can tell you there’ll be 51 people, if they go to jail, that won’t be committing crimes anymore,” says Lt. Michael Kerle, head of the 10-person unit charged with finding the city’s most violent offenders.
By Chris Klint: Arkansas trio arrested in wave of Anchorage fraud
Anybody with more information on the suspects or the case is asked to contact APD Financial Crimes Detective Michele Logan at 907-786-8706.
By Patrick Enslow: Iron Dog cancels ceremonial start due to ‘tough economic times’
By Jack Carney: Residents wonder if new ordinance will help city and homeless population
By Kortnie Horazdovsky: KTUU.com’s Top 10 stories of 2017
We’re planning a (controlled) fire in the wood stove, being thankful, and watching the fireworks from Sidney, Australia on YouTube. Maybe order a pizza as His Royal Pootness (Samson) loves Roundtable’s breadsticks~ Fortunately fireworks do not seem to bother him, I think they bother Paul and I more. Oh yeah, maybe I’ll stay awake until midnight.
By Sidney Sullivan: Ring in 2018 with these New Year’s Eve festivities in Anchorage
By Leroy Polk: GCI subscribers may not be able to watch FOX and ABC next year
Representatives with GCI said that the owners of LLC’s Vision 1, Vision 2, and Coastal Television, which operate the three networks in the state, are demanding a 300 percent fee increase during renegotiation this year.

GCI’s director of communications, Heather Handyside, called this kind of increase “ridiculous.”
By Joe Vigil: Activist investor pressures Alaska Communications to sell
By Angela Cox: Seven Nonprofit Executives Selected for Sabbatical Program
At their November 28 board meeting, Rasmuson Foundation Board of Directors approved funding for the Sabbatical Program through 2020. The next deadline to apply is October 1, 2018. Details about the Sabbatical Program, guidelines for preparing a proposal, and application materials are available at https://www.rasmuson.org/grants/sabbatical/
Kids spend winter break learning about animals
By Daybreak Staff: Mic Check in the Morning: Naked Mabel