Sophia’s busking effort spread outside of Juneau. Donations came from Wasilla, Seattle, Reno and Pittsburgh.
Police say the boys responsible all live in the same Lemon Creek area near the school.
"When we hear a near bomb, we are saying that our house is going to be the next one," Haytham Mohanna says.
Juneau police Lt. Kris Sell says the suspects were caught on school surveillance cameras.
A prison officer discovered the inmates, who authorities aren’t naming, on July 24 at 3 p.m.
The capital city got almost double the amount of rain it normally does.
CEO Charles Clement says the settlement puts an end to any contentious issues between SEARHC and IHS
"I said to my mom, ‘I want to go play my violin for the people that don’t have their house anymore,'" Sophia says.
Anchorage and Fairbanks have Housing First facilities. Why doesn't Juneau?