Prosecutors say DNA evidence and surveillance video linked Peter Wilson, 41, to the killing that shocked and unified Kotzebue.
Davis cited health and family reasons, said the school board president.
About 80 Seawolves from a variety of sports -- hockey, skiing, basketball, track, gymnastics -- got sand in their eyes and shoes in an oxygen-depriving "Sufferfest."
The group is mostly funded by the Republican Governors Association and has spent hundreds of thousands of dollars on TV ads.
The head of the Alaska Department of Law's criminal division said the state chose the best option it had under the law in a plea deal that has shocked many Alaskans.
The first time Katey Walter Anthony saw Esieh Lake in the western Brooks Range, she was afraid it might explode. Across the Arctic, lakes are leaking dangerous greenhouse gases.
A 30-year-old Anchorage man was arrested for drunken driving after his vehicle was stopped by a pair of fellow motorists in Eagle River.
A French cruise company rerouted two trips after ice choked the Arctic passage to Nome for the first time in several years. Other companies redirected ships to avoid it.
Under the bill, the agency would regulate seat size, and seated passengers couldn't be bumped.
The complaint alleges the groups pushing the contentious Stand for Salmon voter initiative committed multiple financial disclosure violations.
Several hundred people attended a funeral service for Bob Gillam on Sunday in Anchorage. Gillam was one of the state's wealthiest residents and known for his efforts to stop the proposed Pebble copper and gold mine in the Bristol Bay region.