The move is a protest of Chinese human rights abuses, the White House said Monday, which China has vowed to greet with “firm countermeasures.”
The horse tested positive for betamethasone after the Derby but had not yet been disqualified as an investigation continued.
Passed over in previous Hall elections, the new members reflect a diversity of accomplishments.
The Service Cougars boys and girls varsity cross country ski teams each won overall crowns Saturday in the first Anchorage high school meet of the season at Kincaid Park.
Brennan was the first U.S. skier with a podium finish in a distance race this season, and it was her second top-five finish in as many days.
Greg Myford died Tuesday morning after he was diagnosed with cancer nearly two years ago, an official said. Ryan Swartwood will step in as interim athletic director.
Daishen Nix had one assist in a brief appearance with the Rockets.
Lee Elder, who broke down racial barriers as the first Black golfer to play in the Masters and paved the way for Tiger Woods and others to follow, has died at the age of 87.
UAA extends its winning streak to four games in the finale of the Seawolf Thanksgiving Classic.
Four unanswered goals in the first half of the third period put the game away in Anchorage’s first road games against its rival to the north.
After a Jekyll-and-Hyde first half, the Seawolves found their stride to dispatch Winston-Salem State for the second night in a row.
Hunter Sweet, Keegan Crosby and Caleb Larsen rose to the occasion in the Seawolf Thanksgiving Classic at the Alaska Airlines Center in an 81-66 victory.
Ranked ninth in nation, the Seawolves lowered the boom on Winston-Salem State after the half in a 73-46 victory at home.
Seattle’s new hockey team is getting involved with community efforts and businesses in Alaska. “It’s on us to prove that we’re good neighbors,” the Kraken’s president said.
The RunAK club team made up of Chugiak High cross-country runners claimed victory in the open invitational at the Nike Cross Nationals northwest regional in Idaho.
The Seawolves will lock horns with powerhouse San Bernardino in the first round next week.
The NAHL’s two northern-most members split their first series with the next meetings set for after the week of Thanksgiving at the Big Dipper Ice Arena.
Playing against his hometown team, Camden Shasby delivers the dagger in the second period of the Ice Dogs’ 3-1 win in the North American Hockey League.
The North American Hockey League clubs play Friday in what will be the first game between the junior teams in Alaska’s two biggest cities.