Sometimes success begets success, so Anchorage photographer Brian Adams will spend a full year visiting two dozen villages to document the people and places of rural Alaska.

Tara Young
A Quinhagak man who troopers say left his home Wednesday morning in a possible attempt to take his own life was found alive more than 12 hours later.Alaska Dispatch News
A home in the Western Alaska village of Crooked Creek burned down Tuesday evening in a fire that troopers tracked to an unattended appliance.Alaska Dispatch News
A deceased male was found in the home of Thomas "Tommy" Tom of Aniak, according to Alaska State Troopers, who are now searching for Tom. Laurel Andrews
Mayor Sheila Minock announced the lockdown after hearing reports of a person on the run who’s suspected to have shot someone in Aniak.Anna Rose MacArthur
In a Bush town where living often is rough, a shortage of Bethel city truck drivers, mechanics and trucks themselves for weeks has disrupted delivery of one of the basic necessities: water.Lisa Demer
Power was restored Wednesday to the Western Alaska village of Newtok, four days after its main generator malfunctioned.Lisa Demer
Residents of the Western Alaska village of Newtok have been sleeping at the school and using wood and cardboard to heat their homes as they headed into a third day without power on Tuesday.Lisa Demer
Some Alaska Natives took offense to a phrase in Alaska Airlines' new marketing campaign, and it sparked a new round of discussion about whether it's time to retire the word “Eskimo.”Charles Enoch | KYUK Public Media
Violence Against Women Act training is underway in Bethel for the first time since Alaska's attorney general issued an opinion that state officials must uphold tribal protection orders.Associated Press