907 Updates May 05, 2019

Family, friends and teammates remember Sladen Mohl Mohl was recently killed in an accident involving a suspected drunk driver in California, where he played baseball at El Camino College.
One bullet.
By Shayne Nuesca: Sitka jury finds man guilty of murdering girlfriend
Macasaet will be sentenced on September 9 and faces between 20 to 99 years in prison, and a $500,000 fine.
By Steve Quinn: Portraits preserve memories of missing, murdered indigenous women
By Derek Minemyer: ‘The Hmong’s story in Anchorage is part of the whole city’s story’
Hmong-Americans honored in Anchorage A Hmong-American husband and wife recall their traumatic experiences during the Vietnam War.
By Dave Leval: Dunleavy pitches his budget plan to Anchorage seniors
Museum visitors experience Arctic in new exhibit The Arctic Portals exhibit helps Anchorage Museum visitors experience the sensations of the North.
KTOO Public Media: Emmonak votes to keep alcohol and remain ‘damp’; Navy plans to be more active in the Arctic; Dunleavy administration dismisses Alaska ferries chief and more ->
By Heather Hintze: Valley Pathways leadership class helps community, peers with service projects
May 15, 2019 -> Coffee with a Cop
Stop by the Kaladi Brothers Cafe on on Tudor Rd. on Wednesday 5/15 to join your Anchorage Police officers for some free coffee, treats, and conversation. Hope to see you there!

We are happy to welcome the Deaf Community to another Coffee with a Cop event and invite others to join! Interpreters will be provided.

Athletes from Special Olympics Alaska will also be joining us to talk about the upcoming Law Enforcement Torch Run on May 18th!

Event runs from 10:30am to 12:00pm. This free community event occurs at a different location every month courtesy of Anchorage Cops for Community (AC4C), the Anchorage Police Department Employees Association (APDEA), and our community partners.
Located in: Chugach Square
Address: 6901 E Tudor Rd, Anchorage, AK 99504
Phone: (907) 644-7444

2019 Alaska Law Enforcement Torch Run and Pledge Drive
The Law Enforcement Torch Run® for Special Olympics is the largest grass-roots fundraiser and public awareness vehicle, raising $50 million for Special Olympics Programs around the world in 2018. More than 85,000 law enforcement officers carried the Flame of Hope across 35 nations, raising awareness and funds for Special Olympics. Special Olympics Alaska is an accredited program of Special Olympics Inc., a global non-profit organization that provides sports training and competition to people with intellectual disabilities.

On May 18 more than 1000 participants, including hundred’s of Alaska Law Enforcement personnel, will run simultaneously 5k in 16 Alaskan Communities. The purpose of the event is for Alaska Law Enforcement to raise both awareness and funds for our Special Olympics Alaska athletes. It is expected to be the largest simultaneous multi-community running event held in Alaska this year.

Click here for start locations in your community!