At Sullivan Arena on Friday, a city worker said that clients volunteered to help to assemble the hundreds of cots on Thursday night and that people were able to sleep by about 10 p.m.
The 2020 fair was canceled due to the pandemic, but this year it’s back on, with more days, over 400 vendors and a new roller coaster — The Aftershock.
The creek near downtown Anchorage was home to a new one-day fishing event on Saturday, the Coho Rodeo.
After the 2020 event was canceled because of the pandemic, hundreds of runners returned to Seward on July 7 for the 93rd race up and down Mount Marathon.
The steep, difficult trail challenges soldiers to live each day with intention
Most children and many adults have anxiety about needles, but having a dog by your side can help.
Late May to early June is a prime time to view killer whales in Kenai Fjords National Park.
The annual Alaska Peace Officer Memorial Ceremony honors law enforcement officers killed in Alaska.
New owner Cindy Berger plans to repair the tree and return it to its original spot along Spenard Road south of Benson Boulevard.
The Daily News conducted video interviews with Dunbar and Bronson ahead of the May 11 runoff, with both candidates answering the same series of questions.