Andrew Garcia’s love of spray paint once led him to jail. Now he’s being sought for his murals.
Favorable weather keeps the yellows, golds and reds strong in the Anchorage area.
Here are a few of our favorite photographs from Anchorage Daily News staff photographers and contributors.
Now in its second farming season, the 28,000-square-foot farm is a project of Anchorage Community Land Trust
After the poor salmon runs in 2018, and a wildfire in 2019, the Kenai Peninsula town caught no break this year.
Fish and Game officials urge caution to keep wildlife from associating people with food.
Fertilization occurs in roughly one minute, after a light saline solution mixed with water gets added to a bucket containing eggs and milt, or sperm from the male salmon.
Decorated vehicles bring happiness to seniors in isolation due to COVID-19.
Some salmon catchers were wearing masks this week at the mouth of the Kenai River, but mostly it was situation normal for the popular annual opening.
Here are some of our favorite images of life in Anchorage and Southcentral Alaska from Anchorage Daily News photojournalists and contributing photographers.
Many businesses in Glitter Gulch along the Parks Highway are closed, but there are signs of optimism for a return to normal next year.
Around 100 "COVID Heroes" got a up-close view of an F-22 demonstration flight
All five battalions constituting the 4th Infantry Brigade Combat Team (Airborne), 25th Infantry Division welcomed new leaders Thursday.
The best photos of life in Anchorage and Southcentral Alaska from Anchorage Daily News photojournalists and contributing photographers.