In this newscast:
- Local authorities say two men are dead after a house fire in downtown Juneau on Sunday,
- Juneau’s food security was one presenter’s topic at Juneau’s annual Safety and Preparedness Expo,
- Gov. Bill Walker says he’s adding a criminal justice bill to the October special session docket, and
- a Chilkat robe makes it way home to Sitka from Vermont.
- Walker also proposed process changes. Lawmakers' per diem payments would stop if they don't pass a budget in the 90-day session set by state law. Their salaries would also be delayed. Another change would shift the state to a two-year budget.
- Alcohol and Marijuana Control Office Director Erika McConnell recommended that the control board revoke the manufacturer's license.
- An Alaska-based coalition wants the Permanent Fund Corporation to drop all of its fossil fuel holdings
- The tax credits are scheduled to be paid off fully in 2025. Walker and the Department of Revenue are proposing paying them off by 2019 at a discount.