907 Updates February 08, 2018

By Zaz Hollander: Wasilla man convicted of killing Alaska State Troopers dog
By Chris Klint: Naked passenger sends Alaska Airlines flight back to Anchorage
By KTVA Web Staff: Alleged car thief strikes again
By Joe Vigil: Domestic violence suspect speaks out on Facebook
By Devin Kelly: The longstanding problem of who pays for Seward Highway policing may finally have a fix
By Tegan Hanlon: How an Alaska fishing town rebuilt its police department after all its officers quit
By Beth Verge: Following Obama Administration clemency, Alaska man returns home after a decade behind bars
By Cameron Mackintosh: Recruitment, retention still major hurdles for Alaska State Troopers
By Leroy Polk: VIDEO: Chief Justice calls state of judiciary ‘strong and resilie
By Brad Joyal, Fairbanks Daily News-Miner: Drivers make the decisions but dogs are the driving force in Yukon Quest
By Kalinda Kindle: Hairdresser for the homeless: a haircut and help
ANCHORAGE (KTUU)- Joshua Coombes is a London barber who travels around the world giving haircuts to people in need, and he brought that generosity to Anchorage to provide haircuts for homeless people.

Coombes said what he does is nothing special, it’s just combining his passion of cutting hair to help others.

“It’s not just a haircut, it is about someone taking the time to spend with you” said Coombes.

Coombes is part of #DoSomethingForNothing , which encourages others to spread acts of kindness to those in need.
Author Garry Graham’s New Book, “The Sons in His Eyes�, is a Devastating True Story of Lost Childhood, Unfathomable Hardship, and New Life for Two Brothers in Alaska