The flag, which features a full image of the Confederate flag in its upper left corner, was removed Saturday morning after a monthlong debate.
“There’s just nowhere else on earth like this,” says Allie Smith, a teacher at Juneau’s Auke Bay Elementary School.
Much of the conversation at Monday’s Assembly meeting centered on housing and how Juneau could grow as a city.
National Transportation Safety Board inspector Chris Shaver was able to see the crash site Saturday with the help of a U.S. Coast Guard helicopter.
Greg Salard was arrested in October for alleged receipt, possession and distribution of child pornography over the internet.
Derick Nathaniel Skultka was taken into custody Sunday evening. He previously had three felony warrants out for his arrest.
A $1,000 fundraiser has been set up for local volunteer group, Friends of the Flags, after controversy over the Mississippi state flag.
Wreckage of a plane that went down Friday afternoon 18 miles west of Juneau was being picked up Sunday for further investigation by the National Transportation Safety Board.
A Coast Guard Air Station Sitka MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter crew lowers rescue personnel to the site of the plane crash and hoists survivors for transport to medical care.
Authorities are reporting two separate deaths in Juneau, one on the 5200 block of Commercial Boulevard and one on Windfall Lake.