907 Updates March 20, 2018

Benjamin P. Hancock should be an organ donor, ASAP! Flying a Beaver and decides to buzz people on the river? Unfortunately, another example of a pilot’s poor decision destroying other’s lives and he walks away.

By Lauel Andrews: A floatplane pilot ‘buzzed’ a Wasilla man and hit him in the head. He has permanent brain damage.
By Laurel Andrews: Anchorage police search for suspect in Friday killing
By Leroy Polk:Grandson allegedly murdered his grandfather in Alaska village of Perryville
By Leroy Polk: Man opens fire on home in Alaska village, resident shoots him in the leg
By KTVA Web Staff: Security system catches burglar red-handed
By Chris Klint: 2 men charged with manslaughter in Quinhagak overdose

By Daniella Rivera: AST: Alaska needs a ‘next generation 911 system’
By Zaz Hollander: Avalanche danger closes road to Hatcher Pass, stranding 10
By Daybreak Staff: Safe Families for Children: helping those in crisis
By Jack Carney: 2018 Anchorage mayoral candidates talk crime
By Nathaniel Herz: Juneau judge again tosses former Alaska Board of Fisheries nominee’s felony PFD fraud charges
A Juneau judge has dismissed a second batch of felony Permanent Fund dividend fraud charges against Roland Maw, a former appointee of Gov. Bill Walker’s to the Alaska Board of Fisheries.

State prosecutors said they will seek another indictment against Maw and vowed that the case will ultimately move forward.

By Richard Mauer: House passes resolution against federal marijuana laws
Anchorage Dave & Buster’s welcomes first customer
2018 Propositions: See MOA’s full ballot breakdown
By Dave Goldman and John Thompson: Answering the call: Owens saves 24 dogs from brutal storm on the trail
Congratulations Nadine Price!
By Megan Mazurek: Teacher of the Week: Nadine Price

By Associated Press: 1st commercial launch scheduled at Kodiak spaceport complex
49 Writers, Inc. Ben Henning: Literary Roundup | March 16-22, 2018
49 Writers, Inc.: Andromeda Romano-Lax | Back in Print, Part I: Re-publishing your out-of-print book in digital format, a series
UAA Alumni Howl March, 2018