907 Updates November 27, 2018

By Leroy Polk, Daniel Kirby: UPDATE: Body found in the ditch of a Wasilla-area road identified
By Jill Burke: Trial begins for second teen accused in 2016 death of David Grunwald
By Heather Hintze: Trial begins for second Grunwald murder suspect
David’s mother, Edie Grunwald, is expected to be the first witness called to testify on Tuesday.
By Sean Maguire: Palin at a hospital for veterans as his pretrial conference is delayed
By Daniella Rivera: Probation officer accused of sexual relationship with offender
“Even if the relationship is consensual, the person cannot give consent because of that relationship,” explained PCU investigator Glen Klinkhart. “And that’s important because it’s power and control and it’s a sense where you’ve got somebody who has a lot more power and control over you and a person may not feel like they can say no, so this is why the law is the way it is.”
By Cassie Schirm: STAR increases services for survivors
The new support groups can be done in person and online.

In-person groups will be held Tuesdays from 6–7:30 p.m. in the downstairs conference room at 1057 West Fireweed Ln.

Online support groups start this week on Thursdays at 3 p.m.

Similar to Coffee with a Cop, STAR is also starting drop in coffee chats for anyone to attend.
By Associated Press: Justices weigh free speech case involving ‘Arctic Man’ event
By Joe Vigil: Gov. Walker hands off balanced budget to Dunleavy administration
By Kortnie Horazdovsky: Dunleavy names commissioners of Administration, Environmental Conservation, Health, and Budget Director
By KTUU Digital Staff: Amy Demboski will leave Anchorage Assembly to serve as Gov.-Elect Dunleavy’s deputy chief of staff
By John Thompson: Head of the Class: Jasmine Lewis
Author Mark Curran’s New Book “The E.S.L. Mainstream Linking Curriculum Guide (Grades 1-8)” is a Teacher’s Companion