907 Updates September 17, 2018

By Chris Klint: Woman dead, man missing after boat sinks near Bethel
By Leroy Polk: Second suspect in murder of Anchorage teen arrested in Israel
By Chris Klint: Suspect in Anchorage teen’s murder arrested in Israel
By Sean Maguire: “From the bottom of our hearts, we thank you”: Family of Ashley Johnson-Barr expresses gratitude for community support
By Sean Maguire: Hundreds of pounds of donated food and supplies flown to Kotzebue
By Michelle Therriault Boots: Caregivers did mock ‘surgeries’ and hit kids at Anchorage child care center, investigation finds

For now, the detailed investigation reports into serious complaints must be requested from the state’s child care licensing authority. The state is working to put those reports online, but the project won’t be completed for a few months, Lynch said.

Parents can also request a plain-language summary of the problems found at previous inspections from Anchorage child care licensing authorities.

Yi said she was shocked by the findings.

Despite video monitoring in the classrooms, the on-site manager “had no idea what was going on” and had not witnessed any of the abuse, Yi said.
By Chris Klint: Alaska Guard helicopters head east for Florence relief
By Devin Kelly: Trouble in bank-owned buildings a persistent and sometimes expensive problem for the city
Suzanne Downing Must Read Alaska: Sen. Dan Sullivan became a Marine colonel, promoted from lieutenant colonel over the weekend. He’s not made any official announcement, but the ceremony took place in beautiful downtown Spenard
Anchorage Women support affordable housing Female volunteers helped build a Habitat for Humanity duplex one nail at a time. It’s part of the 1,000 women strong campaign.
Kenai conservation group expanding agricultural equipment rental program
Office of Governor Bill Walker One Alaska Update September 17, 2018