907 Updates November 24, 2018

By Daniella Rivera: Suspects plead not guilty to murder of APD informant
By Mary Simton: 1 hurt in East Anchorage shooting; suspect sought
By Rebecca Palsha: ‘In my childhood the monsters were very real’ — Lt. Gov. Valerie Davidson talks about childhood trauma
By Angela Krenzien: How to protect your holiday packages from theft this season
By Steve Quinn: Appeals Court: Playground fire restitution needs further review
The fire occurred on July 26, 2014, when the then 15-year-old R.C. and a friend started a fire at Willow Crest playground. R.C., however, returned to the school and set a second fire. Both later confessed to third-degree criminal mischief and second-degree criminally negligent burning.

The courts adjudicated them as minors. Damage for the first fire reached slightly more than $108,000; the second fire caused nearly $51,000 damage.

The Department of Law had no comment on the decision.
By John Thompson: Pro skateboarder from Anchorage continues to inspire and motivate
He believes deep connection is the cure for troubled teens, but it’s easier said than done. He wants them to know that there are people that care and people that understand the issues they are going through.

Pollard was in Anchorage for Thanksgiving, but says he will be back in Alaska in February to speak with area schools and hopefully return to rural Alaska.

He said also has a project working with the actors in Marvel’s “Avengers” movie series that will come to fruition sometime next year.
By Scott Gross: The legend behind the star on the side of the mountain
By Joe Vigil: Local groups to honor fallen veterans with wreaths at Fort Richardson National Cemetery
By Kortnie Horazdovsky: Whale freed from tangled line in Southeast over Thanksgiving week
By Kortnie Horazdovsky: After ballot audit, Fairbanks House race still tied; recount scheduled for next Friday
By Angela Gonzalez Athabascan Woman: Indigenous People to Follow
In conversation with Ben Schultz Ben Schultz talks with Beth Verge about his continued recovery and next steps in his goal to serve the Anchorage community.
By Victoria Taylor: Wasilla couple imagines Santa outpost to create real production in Palmer
13 years to pay off Christmas credit card debt Financial planner and consumer credit counselor Jan Jones speaks with Maria Downey about the perpetuation of debt incurred from Christmas related debt.