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.
The Food Bank and its partners handed out groceries to around 10,000 families this week, with events on Saturday in the Mat-Su and Monday in Anchorage.
Summer officially comes to an end with the arrival of the autumnal equinox Thursday.
Cloudy, rainy weather punctuated an historic day of voting
Four buildings have been targeted for rejuvenation and preservation. The mine was listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1974 and was transferred to the state in 1980.
The Arctic Thunder Open House officially kicked off Saturday on Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, but a few special guests were invited to the rehearsal day on Friday.
For this championship event, Anchorage Golf Course will play at 5,787 yards and to a par 72.
Trailside is one of Southcentral’s longest-running summer camps, with five sites across Anchorage, Eagle River and Palmer.
During ANSEP’s career exploration week, high school students helped create a 3D scan of the fragile Tlingit robe and work on a CAD model for a water treatment plant.
Dozens of people on skis, fat-tire bikes and on foot made their way to Portage Glacier on Tuesday as temperatures hovered around 40 degrees.
Mushers passed throngs of spectators on Willow Lake and Long Lake before heading out along the frozen Susitna River.
Forty-nine competitors and their teams staged on Willow Lake for the race restart Sunday before embarking on their 1,000-mile journey to Nome.