An owl and a hawk fly free again after being rehabilitated.
The bright yellows, oranges and reds of autumn are sweeping through the region as the fall equinox approaches.
Here are some favorite moments by ADN photographers and contributors.
The summer’s lack of sunshine and abundance of rain made for smaller entries in contests that might not be giant pumpkins or cabbages but still managed to produce a 10 1/2-foot-long gourd and a 3-pound tomato.
Hundreds of people attended the 29th annual Alaska Greek Festival, a three-day event originally started as a fundraiser, to “build a proper Byzantine Orthodox-style church,” said Father Vasili Hillhouse.
Sunshine welcomed crowds as they walked, ate and rode their way around the State Fair in Palmer. The fair runs until Sept. 4.
At the final of three summer performances, 10 actors portrayed several of the vital and interesting residents of early Anchorage.
The wildfire that swept across Maui a week ago turned one of the nation’s most celebrated island vistas into an ashen moonscape and killed at least 99 people, a number that officials warn could rise by scores as the search continues.
Kids and adults enjoyed their day of viewing everything from bears to raptors to otters.
The show attracted vintage vehicles from all over to the Anchorage park strip.
The Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand is showcasing some of the best soccer on the planet — and some of the best photographs.
See our favorite photos from Thursday evening’s bore tide.
Thursday’s show was the last outdoor summer concert hosted by the Anchorage Concert Association. Anchorage musicians Rosie Rush and Medium Build performed.
Hundreds of Alaskans gathered at the mouth of the Kenai River over the weekend for their share of the sockeye run.
Multiple fishermen enjoyed success catching silvers during Sunday’s outgoing tide, in bright sunshine with the air temperature in the 70s.
Visitors can walk over two bridges that span 600 feet.
The World Eskimo-Indian Olympics, first held in 1961, tests limits of athletes’ agility, talent and resolve.
Check out our favorite photographs from July by Anchorage Daily News staff photographers and contributors.
Recent rain gave way to blue skies and warm sunshine from Anchorage up to Fairbanks on Thursday.
After days of rain the mountain was muddy, slippery and challenging
Hundreds, including many representing local clubs and organizations, participated in the parade that weaved down West Ninth Avenue near downtown.