As much of life moves toward online, some in Anchorage are finding innovative ways to use video streaming.
Meet some of the team of health care workers who are collecting nasal swabs in a soggy Lake Otis Parkway parking lot.
As the virus spreads and governments react, people are feeling the impacts in different ways
Here’s a look at how Anchorage residents are reacting to the growing public health crisis.
Here are some of our favorite dog photos from the Iditarod.
Photos: Day 3 of the 1,000-mile race to Nome.
The race to Nome officially began Sunday in a snowstorm and deep snow on the trail.
Mushers, dogs and fans mingled across the city as the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race celebrated the ceremonial start in Anchorage.
Scenes from the opening weekend of Anchorage’s annual winter festival.
The event benefited the UAA engineering club.
Kincaid Park is hosting three days of cross-country ski racing from Feb. 20 to 22 to decide the winners of the ASAA State Championships.
The airbase where the Alaskans were stationed was attacked Jan. 7 by Iranian rockets.
About 30 U.S. flags and eight Alaska flags, no longer fit to be displayed, were properly disposed of by burning.
2020 is the Year of the Rat.
The annual Spirit Olympics filled Anchorage’s Dimond High gym with 70 minutes of hysteria and hilarity as students and faculty members competed in an assortment of oddball events.
Project Homeless Connect on Wednesday offered some TLC while matching those in need of assistance with representatives of housing and employment services, legal aid, health care and government agencies.
Vigils to honor the life of Kristen Huntington were held simultaneously in Fairbanks and Selawik, where Huntington was from originally. Organizers said the vigil was held to raise awareness of the violence Native women face.
The Southeast Alaska city recently dug out from a big snow cycle.