907 Updates January 27, 2018

By Leroy Polk: Driver plows car into midtown Anchorage coffee stand, takes off on foot
By Leroy Polk: Five arrested in two different early morning robberies, police say
By Shannon Ballard: Southwest Anchorage mail theft caught on camera
One bullet each.
By Heather Hintze: Three separate trials for four Grunwald murder suspects
By Mike Ross: APD patrol car involved in wreck
By Lauren Maxwell: Legislature passes bill to cut down on food waste
By Jacob Mann: The City of Wasilla turns 101
By Sean Maguire: Wasilla Blockbuster video store set to close Sunday
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (KTUU) – Another Alaska Blockbuster Video store is set to close as the Wasilla store announced it would be ending its retail business Jan. 28. A sale is planned of all the remaining inventory starting Wednesday, Jan 31.
By Sean Maguire: Fishing vessel scuttled after sitting abandoned in Dutch Harbor since August
By Chris Klint: Former employee admits hacking attacks against PenAir
Neither side discussed Kugler’s motive for the attacks at Friday’s hearing. Alexander later said that he wasn’t able to discuss the case beyond the documents filed in it to date.

Gleason set an April 11 sentencing date for Kugler, who faces a maximum of 10 years in prison, three years on supervised release and a $250,000 fine.
By Leroy Polk & Samantha Angaiak: Three sets of Alaska siblings to ski for U.S. in Pyeongchang, three more Alaskans on team
Alaska mounts new effort to restore roadless rule exemption
By Daybreak Staff: Southcentral Foundation’s Community Wellness Fair
By Daybreak Staff: Mic Check in the Morning: Jonathan Bower