907 Updates October 11, 2017

By Amy Armstrong: Region’s military history highlighted at free public lecture
By Rebecca Palsha: A Service High graduate is honored after being killed in Afghanistan
By Leroy Polk: Man found shot, killed following west Anchorage shooting
By KTUU Staff: Man shot by officer was attempting to drive off in patrol car, troopers say

By Chris Klint: ‘I think she is gone:’ Girlfriend beaten to death in Mountain Village murder

By Cameron Mackintosh: Anchorage Assembly to vote on 2 resolutions against SB-91
By Samantha Angaiak: Southcentral Foundation hosts kickoff to raise awareness about Domestic Violence

By Patrick Moussignac: Calling on all men to become domestic violence warriors


By Leroy Polk: ‘No honor among thieves,’ says judge sentencing criminals who stole multiple ATMs
By Leroy Polk: Anchorage airport manager dismissed ahead of retirement

By Chris Klint: Bear wanders into Anchorage post office


By Dave Goldman: East High chosen for grant, saluted by Manning


By Daybreak Staff: UAA debate team: Should hate speech be criminalized?
By Greta Jochem: Seal Meat, Gold Mining: How Lower-Income Women Are Exposed To Mercury
The study also looked at an indigenous community on an Alaskan island whose diet is high in sea mammals like walrus and seal. The report found 30 percent of the Alaskan women, who are part of the Yupik indigenous group, exceeded the EPA mercury threshold.