Santa stays in his workshop day in and day out, making toys for the children across the world and throughout, but Santa can't do it all by himself, so there's a man here in Anchorage offering some help.
The weather is frigid -- below zero -- at mile 84 of the Parks Highway. But cold weather isn't stopping Wilson from gathering up Christmas donations to hand-deliver to victims of this summer's devastating McKinley Fire.
Santa has been known to take time off from his busy holiday season to visit Alaskans on his nice list. His unmistakable wintry white beard and rosy cheeks were spotted at the Reindeer Farm in Butte, Alaska.
As we prepare to say farewell to 2018 and hello to 2019, there are many, many events across southcentral Alaska to ring in the New Year. Here are some of the public celebrations and large gatherings going on to ring in the New Year.
Last minute shoppers hustled and bustled at the Dimond Center Monday night to find that last perfect gift, make exchanges, and to make ad-hoc purchases for mother-in-laws who they just found out went above and beyond on Christmas gifts.
AP reports that Gov. Mike Dunleavy and first lady Rose Dunleavy greeted visitors Tuesday, along with Lt. Gov. Kevin Meyer and Meyer's wife, Marty. Dunleavy said the house, which he had not yet stayed in, was beautiful.
As Black Friday gives way to Cyber Monday, shoppers are headed online. That means that soon millions of packages will be sealed up and shipped out, but "porch pirates" as they're called, will be ready to steal packages right from your front door. We spoke with a postal inspector to find out what works best to protect those presents.
It's not all turkeys and hams this Thanksgiving in Alaska. For many indigenous people, subsistence food fills the table. For two new-to-Alaska staffers, the traditions of an Unangax woman become familiar.
While many Alaskans are checking off their recipe lists and preparing for a big meal with friends and family Thursday, some may be without means or family connections to attend an in-home meal. If you’re looking to connect with other people on Thanksgiving Day, and don’t have any plans yet, here are a few options.
The time of year when many Alaskans venture out into public lands to chop down an Alaska-grown Christmas tree is upon us. Before you do, there are a few things the Alaska Division of Forestry wants you to know.
The aroma of freshly-baked pastries filled the air at the Downtown Soup Kitchen Hope Center Monday afternoon, and purple, green and gold icing was being dribbled and slung over the top of some scrumptious-looking, round confections.