With participants clad in colorful attire, waving rainbow flags and sharing messages of positivity and inclusion, the Pride Parade returned to cheers from crowds of spectators.
Under bluebird skies, the mushers competing in the 2023 Iditarod waved to spectators and were cheered on by fans during their 11-mile tour through Anchorage.
From high kicks to late kicks, celebrations and sorrow, the year in sports had it all.
The year in Alaska was marked by extreme weather, captivating politics and delightful moments of life.
Jumpers of all ages launched into the waters of Anchorage’s Goose Lake on Saturday during the annual event, which supports Special Olympics Alaska.
A pair of swans hatched at least eight cygnets this spring at Anchorage’s Potter Marsh.
A few hundred people braved the cold on Saturday night to watch Santa Claus help Mayor Dave Bronson light the holiday tree in Town Square Park.
Migrating trumpeter and tundra swans put on a show at Potter Marsh.
Between the Seward Highway and Hillside neighborhoods, a pair of swans are raising five just-hatched cygnets.
The barn roof is being salvaged for the Valley farm’s new visitors center.
Scientists and University of Alaska Anchorage graduate students take samples from a dead whale washed up on the mud at Placer River.
An ADN photographer, on his retirement, looks back at more than three decades documenting the people and places of Alaska.
Cold and little snow have set the stage for good early-season ice skating in some places, but Southcentral skaters should still be alert for thin ice on deeper bodies of water.
The Dia de Muertos (Day of the Dead) celebration is held in Anchorage