907 Updates November 06, 2018

By Chris Klint: 1 dead after SWAT responds to man with sword at Muldoon home
By Leroy Polk, Daniel Kirby, Sean Maguire – UPDATE: 1 dead, 1 still refusing to leave in 2 separate SWAT standoffs
By Associated Press: Search for climbers’ remains on Mendenhall Towers suspended
By Cassie Schirm: ‘We’re not going to hide:’ Alaska archbishop fights clergy sex abuse
By Lauren Maxwell: Loussac Library’s drag queen storytime draws detractors
Torgeson said the program isn’t costing taxpayers anything because the library doesn’t get public funds to pay for its programming. She said operational funds are raised by the nonprofit Friends of the Library group, adding that the drag queens are supplied for free by Identity Inc.

Torgeson said people who don’t wish to have drag queens read to their children don’t have to attend the events. Four more are scheduled for next year, starting in February.
By Associated Press: Fairbanks hires lawyers to recover ground remediation costs
By Sean Maguire: Vehicle thefts appear to be trending down as APD starts move downtown
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: What You Need To Know For The Nov. 6 General Election, Y-K Delta One Of Nation’s Few Areas Where Federal Monitors Will Oversee Voting Compliance On Tuesday and more ->
By Scott Gross: ‘This is what is coming:’ Teachers walk out before ASD talks
By Derek Minemyer: Anchorage teachers stage mass walkout from ASD Board Meeting
By John Thompson: Head of the Class: Lem Wheeles
By John Thompson: Special Olympics Alaska talks going global and Polar Plunge!
By CBS News: Duncan Hines cake mix recall: FDA probes salmonella risk
On a Healthness Kick to raise money for foster kids and families in need The Health Kick festival raised more than $1,800 for foster kids and the Alaska Center for Resource Families.