As a baby in Taiwan, Paul Tandy was given up because his family feared someone like him would never succeed.
A 60-mile stretch of ice made its way past Tanana, the last village with a flood watch still in effect.
In the blink of an eye, a section of a Washington state bridge—and the cars on it—was gone. The question after the collapse: Can it happen in Alaska?
“You’d think teenagers would want to go out and spend their money,” said Allie Evans. “How can they do that if they don’t have a job?”