OPINION: There is nothing honorable about bureaucrats trying to twist the facts to disguise what likely happened in the March 4 plane crash near Alaska's Rainy Pass that killed retired police Sgt. Ted Smith and two passengers.Craig Medred
More than a week into the Iditarod, with nerves frayed and bodies worn down, even a minor misunderstanding between mushers can cause tempers to flare. That's apparently what happened in the checkpoint of Koyuk on Monday between two race frontrunners. Suzanna Caldwell
Coming off Alaska's Yukon River, 2004 Iditarod champion Mitch Seavey had one of the fastest teams in the 1,000-mile race, but Jeff King's was just a wee bit faster. And by Monday morning, he'd seized the lead. Craig Medred
During the early morning of March 11, as former Iditarod champion Mitch Seavey rested his dog team in the Alaska village of Koyuk, four-time champion Jeff King came through the checkpoint and grabbed the lead.
Who has a chance to win the Iditarod Sled Dog Race? Who doesn't? Mitch Seavey, Aaron Burmeister, Aily Zirkle, Jake Berkowitz, Joar Ulsom, Ray Redington, Jeff King and Dallas Seavey are all in contention.Zack Steer