907 Updates May 19, 2018

By Cameron Mackintosh: Facebook messages between suspect, father highlight Day 4 of murder trial
By Daniel Kirby: Mountain Village VPO charged with evidence tampering in homicide case
By Michelle Theriault Boots: Unsealed interviews detail two lives of Alaska serial killer Israel Keyes
By Jill Burke: Suspected stolen vehicles found in Turnagain lot
By Beth Verge: Hundreds of 4-25 brigade soldiers return to Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson
By Melinda Bolton: Boats and ships near Prince William Sound, the Coast Guard can’t hear you
By Erica Martinson: Rep. Young nabs Alaska exemption from Forest Service rule in House farm bill
By Sean Maguire: First king caught in Ship Creek as commercial fishermen cash in
By Derek Minemyer: College-bound students graduate Alaska Middle College School
By Joe Vigil: Anchorage teachers debate being armed in class
Craig Medred: Copy & Ink RIP Jim Macknicki
“Mack was a man in a thankless job who did it well and faithfully. I wish I’d thanked him more often when he was alive, but I’m glad I thanked him the few times I did.”
By Lauren Maxwell: Greenhouse still in business after 55 years
By Emily Carlson: Park of the Week #3: David Green
By Daybreak Staff: Mic Check in the Morning: Johnathan Stone
Rasmusson Foundation By Lisa Demer: Artist Stormy Hamar: ‘Two of the greatest things you could imagine’ He was born in a storm and grew up on a floathouse in Southeast Alaska, isolated in a good way. He lived like his Haida ancestors did, off what was caught from the sea and the nearby islands.

Now Stormy Hamar of Kasaan, a man who’s never been known by his given name of Glenn, has a new story to share, one of the best ones yet. It comes from a day