Egan Millard
The Anchorage Fire Department responded to a fire in the trees along the Chester Creek Trail near Rogers Park on Friday night, July 3, 2015, but had it under control by about 10 p.m., fire officials said. 
Erik Hill
Southcentral Alaska celebrates the Fourth of July with a variety of events and activities. 
Jeannette Lee Falsey
If she isn't fishing or traveling, 88-year-old Dorothy Urbach arrives every morning at her family's historic clothing store in downtown Seward and, after unlocking the front door, steps onto the same wooden floor where customers first stood 100 summers ago.
Alaska Dispatch News
Alaska's roads -- and the ones that bring people in and out of the state -- offer visual rewards during the long summer days.
Alaska Dispatch News
SUMO Vapor on Arctic Boulevard sells mods, e-liquids and other vaping equipment.
Bob Hallinen
Kate Powers, Jennifer Galbreath and Shannon Kuhn bought shares in a whole pig. The trio butchered the pig under the guidance of Jillian Morrissey and Kim Sollien in Morrissey’s Palmer, Alaska, area garage on Thursday, April 16, 2015. The pig was purchased from the Van Wyhe Family Farm in Kenny Lake.
Kim Sunée
If you’re going to have just a few go-to summer salads in your repertoire, you might want to consider including this one for kachoombar, a refreshing chopped Indian salad that usually combines tomato, onion and chilies.
Alaska Dispatch News
A look at two "marijuana-friendly" clubs: Northern Heights in Wasilla and Pot Luck Events in Anchorage.
Shelby Lum
Kilian Jornet, widely considered the world's best all-around mountain runner, will make his Mount Marathon debut Saturday in the 88th edition of the race up and down the 3,022-footer in Seward.
Alaska Dispatch News
A new, comprehensive report tracks loss of northern Alaska coastline since the late 1940s. The erosion, packed into a few months a year, is some of the most dramatic in the nation, researchers say.
Devin Kelly
Ethan Berkowitz takes the oath of office to succeed Dan Sullivan as mayor of Anchorage during an inaugural ceremony Wednesday afternoon, July 1, 2015, in Town Square Park. 
Donna Freedman
But that’s because I’m a New Jersey expatriate who still yearns for those sometimes sketchy-looking Jersey dives. No matter how unappealing their exteriors, they could produce everything from a simple English muffin and coffee to a full-on, meat-heavy meal. Which brings me to the "signature carving board" at the City Diner.