We want to see your very best aurora shots for a chance to be seen on our newscasts.
Numerous groups from across the state come to Anchorage to share their culture during the Alaska Federation of Natives Convention.
Mushrooms start showing up in Alaska as summer winds down and fall creeps in.
A Southeast island is honoring Alaska's veterans' service and sacrifice through a traditional, hand-carved totem pole.
In honor of this national holiday, we want to see pictures of your pup for a chance to be featured on-air.
The first day of school is bittersweet. We want to bring out the "sweet" in bittersweet by putting together a gallery of snapshots from your first day.
Berry picking season is in full swing and we want to see pictures of you out and about picking your favorite berries.
A look at the Mount Marathon race - from the mountain side.
Dipnetting season is well underway. A time many Alaskans look forward to each year to stock up on sockeye salmon.
Here's a look at some of the scenes you may have missed at this year's race.
Hundreds of people rallied in downtown Anchorage as part of a nationwide protest opposing the country's immigration policies.
Scottish culture and tradition took center stage on Saturday at the Alaska State Fairgrounds in Palmer.
Thousands of people turned out Saturday in downtown Anchorage for the annual PrideFest parade, ending a week of events celebrating the city’s LGBT community.
Watch out, drivers! A Benson Boulevard sinkhole has prompted lane closures until at least next week.
The Alaska Railroad says flooding and overflows of ice have interrupted train service north of Talkeetna.
Anchorage is again one of the most desired summer travel destinations. But Anchorage isn't the only Alaskan city on the list!
With wind gusts reported up to nearly 100 mph, thousands in the Anchorage Bowl are without power.
Hundreds of cross country skiers celebrated their Olympians with a few laps around Kincaid Park.
It's been more than 60 years since Easter and April Fools Day were celebrated on the same day. We want to see your silliest Easter photos or how you celebrated this April 1.
Anchorage residents took to downtown streets Saturday as part of a nationwide march against gun violence, in the wake of February’s mass shooting in Parkland, Fla. which left 17 people dead.
Friday is National Puppy Day, and we here at KTVA couldn't resist the opportunity to enjoy some cuteness as we head into the weekend.
Spring has sprung! Tuesday is the official first day of Spring. We want to see what things look like in your part of Alaska!
Here's a look at the scene Sunday night when mushers gathered in Nome for the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race awards banquet.
These pictures are just some of the moments KTVA's trail team captured at the end of the Iditarod Trail.
Its location along the Bering Sea coast means mushers often face strong winds and blowing snow.
Unalakleet marks Mile 737 of the Last Great Race. KTVA's trail team captured these photos from the checkpoint.
Shageluk, the Ingalik Indian name for "village of the dog people", is especially true when the mushers run through town.
Mushers? What mushers? This race is all about the dogs.
It's the first checkpoint along the Yukon River -- 512 miles into the 998-mile trail.
Many mushers chose to do their mandatory 24-hour rest at Takotna, making the checkpoint a happening place to be on the fourth day of the Last Great Race - 2018.
Welcome to Takotna! This Iditarod checkpoint is 329 miles into the 1000-mile race to Nome.
KTVA's digital manager Jason Sear captured these shots as each musher checked into the mile 263 checkpoint.
Aerial views of the flight the KTVA Trail crew took from the Skwentna checkpoint to Nikolai, pop. 125 -- the first Native village along the Iditarod Trail. (Mile 263)
Skwentna is a small community of less than 100 residents located at the confluence of the Yentna and Skwentna Rivers.
This year's field of 67 mushers took off from the ceremonial starting line in downtown Anchorage Saturday morning.
Did you get out and enjoy any Fur Rondy events? Send us your pics!
It's National Love Your Pet Day! We want to see photos of your fur or feathered babies!
The 20 most hated U.S. companies, according to 24/7 Wall St., which took customer surveys, employee reviews and news events into account in devising its list.
A former Alaskan who moved to South Korea had a seat at the country’s greatest show this year – the opening ceremonies of the 2018 Winter Olympics.
Here are a few of Team USA's athletes worth watching at the Winter Olympics.
Vice President Mike Pence visited Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson Monday while stopping through on his way to the Winter Olympics in South Korea.
We want to see the super blue blood moon eclipse through your lens. Share It with KTVA!
The Alaska ski party is going on the road to this year's Winter Olympics in South Korea.
Employee models from across the company show off Alaska Airlines’ custom designed uniforms unveiled Jan. 18, representing a fresh, modern West Coast look.
Thanks to everyone who celebrated with us in Town Square Park Sunday evening at the KTVA New Year's Eve Celebration.
It was a beautiful way to kick off the Winter Solstice.
A collection of notable deaths in 2017.
It's that time of year, friends-- to laugh at all the kids who completely lost it while visiting Santa!
Here's a collection of notable celebrity arrests made in 2017.
First lady Melania Trump stopped at Anchorage's Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson Friday on her way back from Beijing.
We want to see how you're celebrating this holiday season! Send us your photos.
With crisper air comes magnificent sunrises and sunsets across Alaska.
Don't mind our little fall rhyme; we were a little pressed for time! We just want to see how you're enjoying fall; it's our favorite season to play ball!
Sharing it is easy as apple pie: Tweet or Instagram your photos with the hashtag #ShareIt11, or visit Share It on KTVA.com or inside your KTVA app.
Alaskans are out in force enjoying the State Fair. When you go, don't forget to Share It! We want to see your favorite moments and your delectable eats.