Native American Tribe Assists 53 Stranded Iditarod Dogs in Washington State
The 1,000 mile Iditarod race through the Alaskan snow wasn't the hardest part of the expedition for four teams and 53 dogs from Norway; the most difficult journey was getting back home. The Norwegian teams were planning to fly from home via connecting plane trips from Anchorage to Seattle and then
53 Iditarod Race Dogs Stranded Going Home to Norway
Members of Nisqually Tribe near Seattle offered sled teams a place to stay after the unexpected trouble.
Snowmobiler Allegedly Plows Into Iditarod Racers
it. We start with the bizarre and disturbing attack at the iditarod race in Alaska. A snowmobiler plowing into the dog sled teams at high speed. A little while ago, teams were spotted pulling into this check point. A suspect is in custody hands been talking about what happened. Marci Gonzalez
Snow Mobile Crashes into Iditarod Dog Teams
To the "Index" now, and tragedy on the iditarod trail. Officials at that legendary alaskan race say, a man apparently rammed his snowmobile into two of the dog teams, killing this dog Nash. The man claiming responsibility tonight says he was drunk. Late word tonight of an arrest. To those
Man arrested after deadly Iditarod crash, claims he was drunk
ANCHORAGE, Alaska -- A man has been taken into custody after a snowmobile purposely crashed into two dog teams competing in the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race early Saturday morning, killing one dog and injuring at least three others. Alaska State Troopers say 26-year-old Arnold Demoski of Nulato is
Snowmobile strikes Iditarod teams, kills dog, injures others
ANCHORAGE, Alaska -- A person on a snowmobile purposely crashed into two dog teams competing in the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race early Saturday morning, killing one dog and injuring at least three others. Mushers Aliy Zirkle and four-time champion Jeff King were attacked outside the village of
The Palin Effect: What It Means for Donald Trump
Sarah Palin is back and hitting the trail with the GOP frontrunner, as she speaks out about her son's arrest.
Alaska Wildfires Map Puts the 1.8 Million Acres Burned This Year in Perspective
The number of Alaska's active wildfires is literally off the charts, according to a map recently released by the state's Division of Forestry. Over 700 fires have burned so far this summer, the most in the state's history, and that number is only expected to get bigger as the state is experiencing
Actor Joel McHale to Host 2015 ESPYS on ABC
Comedian, actor and TV host Joel McHale will host the next ESPYS in July, McHale announced on " Good Morning America " today. McHale, 43, is the “Community” actor who is well known for hosting “The Soup” on E! The ESPYS –- the Excellence in Sports Performance Yearly Award -- will be broadcast live
Missing Iditarod Dog Found Alive
Alaskan woman's beloved husky sled dog returns home after a journey estimated to have been more than 100 miles.