Weird weather adds new twist for Iditarod racers

Not much surprises veteran Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race mushers. But 2014's winter of extremes - bitter cold, freezing rain, 50-degree temperatures in February - has left Iditarod organizers, racers and watchers wondering how this year's 1,000-mile march to Nome will play out.

Silver's last run

Silver the sled dog has created quite a legacy for himself, replete with rescues, trail-breaking tales, T-shirts and a tattoo.

Seawolves' done in by mistakes

Five goals found the net during Friday's night contest between UAA and Minnesota State, and Seawolves skaters were the last to touch the puck on all but one of them.

Kodiak's Dunbar diagnosed with strep throat

Two weeks ago, Kodiak's Trevor Dunbar ran 20 seconds faster than the existing state 3,200-meter run record. But he's not sure what to expect today at the state track and field championships in Fairbanks after being sidelined much of this week with strep throat.

Mackey, Anderson resume Quest title run

DAWSON CITY -- After resting and healing in Dawson City during a 36-hour layover, mushers in the Yukon Quest International Sled Dog Race resumed their push for Whitehorse on Saturday in what has become a two-team battle for victory.

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