Our best photos from the finish line.
Reds, oranges and yellows are ramping up on the mountain slopes and valley bottoms of Southcentral Alaska.
Some salmon catchers were wearing masks this week at the mouth of the Kenai River, but mostly it was situation normal for the popular annual opening.
In capturing these photographs, the aim was to portray the underlying courage and strength of each person and to focus on who they had become.
Aspen Creek Senior Living caretakers and other employees were recognized for their work.
Mushers, dogs and fans mingled across the city as the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race celebrated the ceremonial start in Anchorage.
The Southeast Alaska city recently dug out from a big snow cycle.
Anchorage mom Hannah Predeger kept her cool as the bull circled a tent sheltering her and four sleeping children in her yard.
We heard tortured bellowing along an Anchorage bike trail, then saw two moose in silhouette, one lying on the ground.
A sunny, hot day brings out thousands of Alaskans and visitors for Independence Day festivities.
Four different age groups can participate in lacrosse for kids camps this summer.
Kodiak Island has many miles of coastline, much of which is good for surfing when conditions are right.
The cold weather gripping the Iditarod route on Wednesday is soon to warm up, giving mushers some relief and different conditions.
Anchorage saw 34 homicides in 2016. Here's a look at the lives cut short in a deadly year.
Professional photographer Shane Spencer was on his way home to Eagle River on the Glenn Highway Monday morning after a photo shoot. “It was raining cats and dogs,” he said. He had his gear handy when a brown bear crossed the highway in front of his car. The bear was “really, really excited as it came out … Continue reading A brown bear stopped traffic on the Glenn Highway