907 Updates July 26, 2018

By Daniella Rivera: Serial rapist arrested with rope in Anchorage woman’s back yard
By Leroy Polk: Alaska village teen missing for weeks, last seen ‘highly intoxicated,’ authorities say
By Leroy Polk: VIDEO: Anchorage man fights police, tased multiple times in takedown, arrest caught on camera
By Chris Klint: Black bear killed after Eagle River garage break-in
By Chris Klint: Muni, marijuana shop lock horns over locked dumpster
By Daniel Kirby: Mat-Su Borough taken offline by “computer virus”
By Daniel Kirby: Fairbanks North Star Borough impacted by ransomware attack on third-party billing agency
By Beth Verge: APD unveils new door tag system to help eliminate caller unknowns
By Jack Carney: More fish scraps left on the Kenai beaches means more seagull waste
By Richared Mauer: Voting in Alaska will change in 2020 — how different will it be?
By Erica Martinson: Murkowski a hard ‘no’ on Trump’s $12 billion farm tariff bailout plan
By Associated Press: Marijuana business signs lease to open store in Bethel
By Devin Kelly: Should Anchorage get a new official seal? An assemblyman and the mayor say it’s time

Have an idea for a new municipal seal for Anchorage that better represents the city’s history and culture? Tell us about it or send a photo of your suggestion to newstips@adn.com.
By Elwood Brehmer, Alaska Journal of Commerce: State set to christen first of two long-awaited new Alaska-class ferries
By Derek Minemyer: Airbnb benefits Alaska, one local host says, but is it worth the risk?
By Annie Zak: The recession will likely be over for Anchorage by early 2019, AEDC predicts
By Scott Gross: New contracts not likely for ASD’s new school year
By Daybreak Staff: The Gap Program gives free school supplies for children
By Jackie Purcell: Only in Alaska: Lost luggage returned to mountaintop passenger by helicopter
By Megan Mazurek: Learn to use all salmon parts from head-to-tail
By Daybreak Staff: Fossil Fuel’s donuts give natural, plant-based energy
By Jessica Merzdorf, NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center: Fires, floods and satellite views: Modeling the Boreal forest’s future
By Tegan Hanlon: People on the Peninsula: The peony pioneer Rita Jo Shoultz started Alaska’s first peony farm.
By Tegan Hanlopn: People on the Peninsula: The baby Anchorage resident Rachel Andrews wanted to show her friends and family Exit Glacier. Then, the unexpected happened.
By Tegan Hanlon: People on the Peninsula: The antler dealer Tom Cooper has spent decades carving antlers while sitting in a chair in a tiny, cluttered room in the back of his shop.