Impacts of a trade war on Alaska seafood

The 25 percent Chinese tariff on certain U.S. exports went into effect at midnight Friday, impacting around 13-hundred individual products. For Alaskans, the biggest impact could be felt by the billion dollar seafood industry.

Consistent weather pattern through the week

Several systems moving through the Gulf will bring clouds to Anchorage and rain to the gulf coast.

Begich, Dunleavy react to Walker campaign suspension

Mark Begich and Mike Dunleavy comment on Gov. Bill Walker's suspension of his own campaign for re-election.

Looking to the past to prepare for the future

The post-earthquake era allowed the City of Valdez to establish building codes, use modern materials, create extra-wide streets to deal with snow and rewire the dozens of homes that were moved to the new site.

East Football wins second title in three years

East cruised to a 35 to 6 victory over West, and claimed the 2018 ASAA Division I State Football Championship.

WATCH: AFN's full farewell to Gov. Walker as he suspends campaign

Alaska Native leaders from across the state thanked Gov. Walker

AFN Report: Map of missing & murdered women unearths emotions

A map and list of missing and murdered Alaska Native women and girls at AFN has some activists speaking up to bring awareness to Alaska's high rates of violence against women.