907 Updates September 19, 2017

By Zaz Hollander: Accused killer of Palmer teen to stand trial alone

By Kyle Hopkins: Police investigating discovery of body reported by KTUU
By Travis Khachatoorian: Murder suspect out on bail during shooting, car theft
How many crime victims say SB91 is working for them or against them?
By Blake Essig: Pew Charitable Trusts urge lawmakers to stay the course on SB-91
By Leroy Polk: Suspect named, details released in murdered teenager investigation
By Samantha Angaiak: Municipal attorney explains health care costs transparency law to business leaders
By Kortnie Horazdovsky: Alaska lawmaker charged with hunting violation
“I’ve been to court a few times, but not for anything of my own – ever,” Rep. Talerico said. “So there’s definitely a level of embarrassment that comes along with this. I can’t remember ever having a traffic ticket.”

Talerico says if he is found to have violated the law, “I’ll take whatever lumps I have coming to me, but not only will I know, but everyone else will know exactly where that boundary is as well, and that’s probably not a bad thing either.”

ByDaniella Rivera: ‘Dirty dancing’ ends South High’s homecoming dance early

Remember, if the city wanted the property, they would have resolved this and taken it. Worries about toxic contamination (oil, fuel, anti-freeze) from the vehicles?
By Devin Kelly: The saga of a junkyard in Anchorage’s Bear Valley enters a new chapter

Contractor status?
By DAN JOLING: Alaska to pay $2.5M to settle false claims in food program
By Cameron Mackintosh: New hi-tech air hangars coming to Lake Hood
By Heather Hintze: Harvesting Alaska: Akutaq (Eskimo ice cream)

By Associated Press: Portland man with high bid for Alaska ferry plans boat hotel