907 Updates October 31, 2018

By Mary Simton: Glenn Highway reopened after fatal crash
By Beth Verge: UPDATE: ‘Armed and dangerous’ man taken into custody after police find one dead, two injured in Utqiaġvik
By Daniella Rivera: Homicide victim’s mother: Confidential informant wasn’t warned his identity had been compromised
By Heather Hintze: Potential jurors questioned about social media, SB91, knowledge of Grunwald case
By Shannon Ballard: Accused body dumper denied lower bail
By Rebecca Palsha: Looking at consent laws in a state with a troubling history of sexual assault
Online court records show that Custard’s husband posted her bail Monday.

Editor’s Note: Custard’s attorney Michael Moberly says that her name had been spelled incorrectly as Stefanie on the charging document and by police, and that the correct legal spelling is in fact Stephanie.
By Lauren Maxwell: With cyber crimes against kids on the rise, APD urges parents to be proactive about digital safety
By JACOB MANN Frontiersman.com: Halloween Hallow among holiday events in the Valley
By Ariane Aramburo: Where to trick-or-treat around Anchorage on Halloween
By Leroy Polk: Minimum wage in Alaska to go up in January 2019
State labor officials announced Wednesday that the Alaska minimum wage would go from $9.84 to $9.89 starting on January 1, 2019.
By Krysti Shallenberger, Alaska’s Energy Desk: Sen. Murkowski Talks Aviation, Climate Change In Bethel Visit
By Lauren Maxwell: 3 dogs removed from car they lived in for months
By Scott Gross: Inside the Gates: Importance of the Propulsion Shop