907 Updates July 25, 2018

By Joe Vigil: APD seeks 1 domestic violence suspect, arrests another
By Leroy Polk: UPDATE: Guardian of young girl located, police say
By Daniel Kirby: Wasilla man arrested for attempted murder of woman in cemetery
By Heather Hintze: Grunwald murder defense hopes to exclude cell data from trial

So why did her husband get into the vehicle and bring the three kids? What is his liability in child endangerment?
By Derek Minemyer: Anchorage District Attorney says Sunday’s hit-and-run highlights Alaska’s alcohol problem
By Daniella Rivera: Meet the Pretrial Enforcement Division’s new director
By Lauren Maxwell: School resource officers hit the road in summer
By Rebecca Palsha: Shipping company to cover cost of replacement playground equipment after arson
By Kalinda Kindle: 2YH: Personalizing medicine through 3D printing
By Liz Raines: Funding offers snapshot of Alaska governor’s race
By Erica Martinson: Alaska Native corporations are a billion dollars deep in border control contracts
By Devin Kelly: Candidates work to gain attention in unusual summer Anchorage Assembly election
To get information on how to vote in the special election, visit the Anchorage city clerk’s website.
By Scott Gross: Eagle River’s proposed Vet Village gains wider attention
By Charles Wohlforth: Native memory: How a kid from New Jersey helped save Dena’ina culture
By Steve Edwards: It’s the best time of year to visit an Alaska farmers market. Here are 9 items to check out.
By Kari Bustamante: 6th Annual Beer and Bacon Festival kicks off Saturday
By Emily Carlson: Poll: Most Alaskans understand or back reduced PFD
By Leroy Polk: Michigan town elects cat as mayor, echoing Talkeetna cat ‘mayor’ Stubbs
By Marc Lester: People on the Peninsula: The poncho manager A deckhand said passengers feed off the crew’s enthusiasm for Kachemak Bay.
By Tegan Hanlon: People on the Peninsula: The deckhand Deckhand Willie Nelson (yes, that’s his real name) remembers how hard it was to find his first job on a commercial fishing boat in Alaska about six years ago.
Life jackets?
By Tegan Hanlon: People on the Peninsula: The river crosser
As the ferry’s deckhand, Daniel Thornton, a 21-year-old from Atlanta, spends the day on the Kenai River traveling back and forth, back and forth, back and forth.