Alaska Zoo murder suspect fails to appear in court as charging documents detail crime spree

The suspect charged with the murder of the Alaska Zoo’s head gardener in early November did not appear for his arraignment Saturday afternoon, deciding to stay in his cell in Anchorage Jail.


Celebrating Alaska Native Heritage Month, the First Alaskans Institute on Saturday hosted its annual signature event.


An ACC inmate charged with murder in 2017 died on Saturday from an apparent suicide according to the Alaska Department of Corrections.



Anchorage police said Saturday evening that they were investigating a report of a threat at Alaska Regional Hospital.


Learning while playing: See East Anchorage's new all-inclusive playground


APD investigating shooting in Muldoon neighborhood


Dunleavy requests resignations of at-will state employees


Rain for Sunday, warm temps stick around


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Man charged with murder in killing of Alaska Zoo employee


Covenant House surpasses $1M goal as execs 'sleep out' for homelessness


Allie Ostrander nabs 6th in 2018 NCAA cross country championships


Trump arrives in California to survey wildfire damage



Gov.-elect Dunleavy appoints Tamika Ledbetter as Labor Commissioner


Dunleavy announces inaugural celebrations across state, new cabinet member anouncement tonight


AP: Landmark change to the definition of kilogram approved


Former guard at juvenile justice center convicted of sex abuse of teen at center


Money and time, Alaskans volunteer on National Philanthropy Day


Pumpkinfest: It's a moose thing!


Special Olympics names training center after Balamaci


Dimond, Bartlett High targeted by shooting threat in bathroom stall


UPDATE: Kawasaki lead grows in Senate District A; LeBon ahead by 5 votes in House District 1


State of Alaska hold music features Portugal. The Man


Storms move into Anchorage Friday delivering freezing rain, snow


Tentative new contract for Anchorage teachers includes health care boon, minor pay raises


Claiming his actions were designed to 'humiliate' and 'disgrace,' Schneider's victim sues


Wilson's defense attorney says not enough information at this time


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