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.
As skaters twirled around the ice, a horse-drawn carriage took people around the pond, and a dog team wearing lights carried families through the snow-covered Midtown Anchorage park.
The rules are simple for Alyeska’s annual event: Wear a holiday-themed Santa outfit (or dress as an elf, reindeer, Grinch or Mrs. Claus) and get a free lift ticket.
Bartlett High sophomore Shatara Stone was shot while driving in Fairview with her mom.
The Anchorage Wolverines beat Springfield Jr. Blues 6-2 in front of a capacity crowd at Ben Boeke Ice Arena on Friday night.
Skiers are enjoying prime early-season conditions on groomed cross-country ski trails in Hatcher Pass.
The annual parade draws excited kids (and their F-22 fighter pilot parents)
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.