People came out in droves to show support for safe and legal abortion and women’s reproductive rights during Saturday’s rally, which was held in response to the leaked Supreme Court draft opinion suggesting Roe v. Wade could be overturned.
After the six-day competition on JBER, the best enlisted soldier and non-commissioned officer will earn the honor of representing Alaska at the regional competition.
The Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium hosted an outdoor carnival Wednesday in Anchorage, among a variety of special activities throughout the week.
The onset of spring conditions in Bethel was marked this year by bright sun, thawing ice and alluring sunsets.
West, the first of the biggest Anchorage high schools to hold its ceremony, graduated 370 students Monday.
Residents celebrated the end of winter with music, dancing and hot dogs during the Breakup Bash, which returned after a two-year hiatus.
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.
On their trip, veterans will visit war memorials in the nation’s capital. There’ll be a homecoming at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport at 4 p.m. Saturday.
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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.
The event, part of the annual Arctic Encounter Symposium, combined traditional and contemporary designs.
Ryleigh Alex-Talamaivao and Ari Simmons helped cheer on Alaska’s basketball teams during the state tournament.
Proceeds from the event will go toward the second phase of the Hilltop Bike Park in Anchorage.
Mushers passed throngs of spectators on Willow Lake and Long Lake before heading out along the frozen Susitna River.
Fireworks, outhouse races, dog races, the running of the reindeer — Rondy’s got it all.
Forty-nine mushers went on a leisurely tour through Anchorage before heading north for the race’s restart in Willow.
Races with continue Saturday and Sunday at Fourth Avenue and D Street with noon start times.
Youths at a session hosted by Fish and Game used shrimp on small hooks to try to catch king salmon and rainbow trout with jig sticks through holes drilled into the ice.
The race, a qualifier for the Iditarod and the Yukon Quest 1,000-mile sled dog races, began shortly after sunrise Monday with temperatures below zero.
Upcoming parties will be held Feb. 11 and 25 from 6:30 to 8 p.m.
Anchorage Parks and Recreation hosted this year’s third Family Skate which featured a plastic seal race, food truck and prizes. The weekly event continues every Saturday through February.
Courses ranged from 25 to 43 miles. Laura Fox and Will Ross were this year’s long-course winners.