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
Dimond, South, Chugiak and Bartlett all won in three sets during Tuesday's first round.
The 16-year-old polar bear from the Denver Zoo will be introduced to the Alaska Zoo's male polar bear, Louie.
Competition took place at Bartlett High on Thursday afternoon.
Native drum and dance groups fill the house at AFN.
AFN attendees help the Anchorage Museum indentify photographs
Moose are more visible as the leaves fall off trees in Anchorage.
Stand-up paddleboarders ride the bore tide, which creates a wave 6 to 10 feet high as it travels up shallow Turnagain Arm.
The temperature was in the 50s, but it was Saturday in Anchorage and the sunshine was full on.