907 Updates December 19, 2018

I hope they are found safe.
By Chris Klint: 2 snowmachiners missing for days near Big Lake
One bullet.
By KTUU: Jury convicts North Pole man in death of 4-year-old son
FAIRBANKS, Alaska (AP) — A North Pole man has been convicted of first-degree murder in the death of his 4-year-old son.

The Fairbanks Daily News-Miner reports a Fairbanks jury on Friday convicted 31-year-old Christopher Sadowski of killing Christopher Sadowski Jr.

Sadowski will be sentenced April 11.
By KTVF News: Jury unable to reach verdict in Fairbanks night club murder case
By Jill Burke: Federal judge detains Anchorage man over bomb threats, other alleged crimes
By Leroy Polk: Months later, 35-year-old Alaska woman arrested for killing mother-in-law
By Chris Klint: Anchorage DA moves to Palmer in shakeup of prosecutors
Controversy in Anchorage courtrooms has already made its mark on November’s general election. Justin Schneider’s no-jail plea agreement in a controversial assault on an Alaska Native woman led angry voters to recall Michael Corey, the Superior Court judge who approved it.

At the time of the deal Allen spoke publicly in support of Assistant DA Andrew Grannik, the prosecutor in Schneider’s case.

Allen’s shift to Palmer is effective Tuesday, according to Mills, with Novak formally taking over as Anchorage DA on Jan. 1.
By Joe Vigil: Why aren’t APD substations staffed full-time?
By Steve Quinn: Assembly alcohol tax proposal talks to continue Thursday
By Angela Krenzien: #7nightsoflights Night 2: A family effort in Rogers Park
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Bethel Issues Fourth Round Of Community Action Grants, State Approves Liquor License Transfer To Caribou Traders and more ->
KTOO Public Media: Ketchikan schools superintendent resigns amid controversies, Alaska Permanent Fund looks to pay investment managers incentives, Kenai Peninsula schools could soon form esports teams and more ->
By WHAM: Greece PD identify woman fatally struck by officer
By Chrös McDougall: Corey Cogdell-Unrein Will Be First Shooter Inducted Into Alaska Sports Hall Of Fame
By Katharine Barton: How this Alaskan woman is bringing back the art of Inuit tattoos
Rasmuson Foundation Tom Kizzia: In Homer, a welcome home and a lesson on giving
By Victoria Petersen: A reader’s guide to local holiday gift shopping
By Rege Behe: Looking for gift recommendations for book lovers? Ask Pittsburgh authors. That’s what we did