907 Updates January 13, 2018

By Sidney Sullivan: APD officer hits juvenile pedestrian
By Scott Gross: Man shot in Eagle River speaks out in hopes of finding his shooter
The Baslers praised the Anchorage Police Department for responding so fast.

“They were amazing,” Jesse said. “There were here in like two minutes and then stayed until 6 a.m., I was told, checking out the scene. The paramedics were fantastic, too. They knew just what to do and were here so fast, too.”
By Victoria Taylor: Local businesses look to hire people who lost their jobs by Sam’s Club closure
Excellent news for Terra Cupp!
By Associated Press: Kodiak native group pays rent for resident’s medical charity
By Jack Carney: Department of Law and Anchorage DA say they need more resources to better prosecute crime
By Richard Mauer: Petitions filed on accountability initiative in Alaska
By BECKY BOHRER / AP: Legislators who skip training could face ethics complaint
Rep. Tammie Wilson says she wants an external investigation into how allegations of inappropriate behavior by former Rep. Dean Westlake were handled, before taking the training and is willing to risk an ethics violation.
By Leroy Polk: Bill to require Alaska Internet companies to practice net neutrality
By Daybreak Staff: BP Teachers of Excellence looks for nominations
To nominate an educator, click here.