Assembly members don’t expect Mayor Dave Bronson would enforce a mask requirement. A new version of the proposal would give residents the ability to submit complaints to a city administrative hearings officer.

Migrating trumpeter and tundra swans put on a show at Potter Marsh.

The pandemic brought instability for many service industry workers. Some took it as an opportunity to reassess their career.

The mayor and members of his administration attended an hours-long, invitation-only meeting in the Assembly chambers last Saturday to listen to health care workers opposed to vaccine requirements.


Joshua Rukovishnikoff told an officer he put Nadesda Rukovishnikoff in a chokehold until she stopped moving, charges said.

Owner and creator Kayce James hopes to showcase the comical and vulnerable side of Alaska’s men in all their shapes, sizes and sexualities.

Search crews had not located 74-year-old Gary Fisk by Monday morning, said an incident commander with the Alaska Mountain Rescue Group.

Banned by traditional financial institutions, radical right provocateurs have taken refuge in digital currencies, which they are using in ever more secretive ways to avoid the oversight of banks and courts.

Mattthew Trunsky said health care workers are “tired as a whole,” adding, “I don’t think a week goes by that I don’t see someone pass away.”

Health officials say the treatment is highly effective at keeping people out of the hospital, but it's no substitute for the vaccine.

The department is asking for tips from the public about aggressive otters imperiling people and pets.

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On the hunt for mushrooms in Alaska’s Chugach National Forest.

Here are some of our favorite photographs from September 2021 by Anchorage Daily News staff photographers and contributors.