Shelby Lum
Peering into a tide pool filled with seawater left by a retreating tide, a group of young citizen scientists offer opinions about its contents.
Tara Young
Mötley Crüe's “All Bad Things Must Come to an End” retirement tour arrived Thursday night at the Alaska Airlines Center at UAA. The band will perform there again Friday night.
Mike Dunham,Loren Holmes
Erik Hill
First customers are greeted by employees as they enter H&M for the clothing retailer's grand opening at noon on Thursday, July 16, 2015, at the Dimond Center in Anchorage. 
Anglers try their luck on opening day of salmon fishing at Bird Creek along the Seward Highway south of Anchorage on Tuesday, July 14, 2015.  Some anglers had success catching pink, chum and silver salmon.
Alaska Dispatch News
Three men were discovered dead in separate outdoor locations across Anchorage in the past 24 hours, police said.
Tara Young


KVICHAK BAY -- Last summer, after all the other fishermen had gone home at the end of the Bristol Bay salmon season, Corey Arnold stuck around Graveyard Point. A photographer and commercial fisherman, Arnold described the scene at the old cannery as eerie and empty. When the people left, grizzly bears showed up, a sure sign that it was time for Arnold to leave.The bears just added to the run-down, barren feel of Graveyard Point, the abandoned salmon cannery that serves as home base for about 120 fishermen for six short weeks each summer. They spend their days catching hundreds of sockeye, or red, salmon near the banks.It’s from here -- where there are rusted canning vessels, broken boardwalks and literal human skulls poking out of the ground -- that a group of fishermen are helping to change what it means to catch fish in Bristol Bay.READ MORE: Summer at Graveyard Point
Alaska Dispatch News

Bear Fight at Brook Falls Then Bear Jumps Off Waterfall! - Live Camera Highlight is known for its live animal cams that give viewers a peek at animals in the wild across the nation. Walrus, puffins and snowy owls are just a few of the species that can be watched from the comforts of home. Explore may be best known for its live cam of brown bears in Katmai National Park feasting on salmon running up Brooks Falls toward the spawning ground of Lake Brooks. Watch this clip from the live cam of two brown bears fighting at the falls.Read more: Brooks Falls brown bears fish for salmon
Riza Brown
I had gathered my foodiest of friends to test-drive this new cuisine on Anchorage’s culinary map. We had no choice about going big -- everything was big. So we went the biggest.
Mike Lewis
Here are a few pics from the Friends of Pets Dog Jog at Service High School on Saturday, July 25. 
Alaska Dispatch News
North Face Trail on Mount Alyeska begins near the Alyeska Resort hotel and climbs about 2,000 feet in 2.2 miles.
Alaska Dispatch News
Whether you've caught a beefy king salmon you can barely hoist, a small-but-gorgeous grayling or a colorful rainbow trout, give your fellow Alaskans a look.