Thousands gathered for rallies in Alaska. Check out the sights and sounds of two.
From Anchorage to Bethel, Juneau to Adak, the westernmost city in the U.S., Alaskans gathered as part of the Women's March movement.
Work begins for Alaska's 20 senators and 40 representatives.
Joseph Artz, 29, braves temperatures in the minus teens while attracting customers to Liberty Tax Service on the corner of Benson Boulevard and C Street Thursday, January 19, 2017.
Photos from Washington, D.C.
Photos: For the Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service, volunteers from the Red Cross, Americorps, Ravn and Denali Federal Credit Union walked door to door offering free alarm installations.
About 30 jumpers competed in Saturday's New Year's Classic competition at the Karl Eid Ski Jumps.
Alaska Dispatch News photographers and contributors capture slices of life from the Anchorage area and across Alaska.
Anchorage saw 34 homicides in 2016. Here's a look at the lives cut short in a deadly year.
Crowds gathered downtown to ring in the new year.
For decades, Alyeska Resort in Girdwood has offered a day of free skiing and snowboarding to anyone wearing a full Santa outfit. This year, over 700 Santas showed up.
Redoubt volcano rises above Anchorage in a view from Arctic Valley. Fog, frost and low-level sunlight made for scenes of winter magic Thursday.