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Evening Newscast 09-13-16

Sep 13, 2016
Montana Evening News
Josh Burnham

The Montana Supreme Court has ruled to keep a Libertarian candidate for secretary of state on November's election ballots.

A Louisiana energy company is asking to reverse the cancelation of a 33-year-old oil and gas lease on land considered sacred to the Blackfoot tribes of the U.S. and Canada.

Candidates for Montana’s contested Supreme Court seat, and for Secretary of State will face off at a public forum Monday in Seeley Lake.

Evening Newscast 09-12-16

Sep 12, 2016
Montana Evening News
Josh Burnham

Montana officials say the integrity of November's election would be in peril if the state Supreme Court grants Republican Party chairman Jeff Essmann's petition to delay the printing of ballots to remove a candidate's name.

A government-commissioned study says there's "substantial risk" that a 57 million dollar dam and fish bypass proposed on the Yellowstone River won't meet its goal of helping pallid sturgeon.

Environmental organizations in two Montana cities are participating in a national rally tomorrow afternoon in support of the ongoing protest against the Dakota Access Pipeline in North Dakota.

Evening Newscast 09-09-16

Sep 9, 2016
Montana Evening News
Josh Burnham

An interim committee is sending five bills meant to blunt the economic impact of a partial closure of Colstrip's coal-fired power plant to the Montana Legislature.

A state judge has ordered DNA testing on several pieces of evidence collected during the investigation of a 1994 homicide in the Helena area.

The Montana Little Shell Tribe of Chippewa Indians has sought federal recognition for almost 4 decades. 

Evening Newscast 09-08-16

Sep 8, 2016
Montana Evening News
Josh Burnham

A judge has dismissed all charges against a Trout Creek man who spent 18 years in prison for killing his best friend in 1997. 

Homicide investigators say they suspect a nephew of Democratic Senator Jon Tester may have been killed with an ax in his home just outside Spokane.

The chairman of the Montana Republican Party is asking the state Supreme Court to remove a Libertarian candidate for secretary of state from November's election ballot. 

Evening Newscast 09-07-16

Sep 7, 2016
Montana Evening News
Josh Burnham

  The Environmental Protection Agency today designated the former Columbia Falls Aluminum Company as an official Superfund site.

Struggles in the energy industry have contributed to Montana taking in less revenue than budget writers had anticipated over the last year.

A federal judge in Montana ruled today (Wed. 9/7) that the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service failed to consider including critical habitat areas in a plan to protect the endangered Canada Lynx

Evening Newscast 09-06-16

Sep 6, 2016
Montana Evening News
Josh Burnham

Montana’s economy continues to grow, but the state faces a looming worker shortage, according to a report released Tuesday by Montana’s top labor official.

Montana has re-opened a 26-mile stretch of the Yellowstone River to fishing after officials did not find any more dead mountain whitefish there in the last week.

A second public comment period on the proposal to remove Yellowstone-area grizzly bears from the Endangered Species list opens Wednesday.

A McCone County resident is the first Montana resident to die from complications related to West Nile virus this year.

Evening Newscast 09-02-16

Sep 2, 2016
Montana Evening News
Josh Burnham

A judge has upheld the federal government's decision not to designate Montana's Arctic graylingas a threatened or endangered species.

Glacier National Park officials have released the name of the 56-year-old man who died in a fallwhile descending Mount Jackson Tuesday.

A new wildfire burning outside of Helena is proving to be a formidable challenge for firefighters and today’s weather wasn’t helping much.

Evening Newscast 09-01-16

Sep 1, 2016
Montana Evening News
Josh Burnham

State Wildlife Officials have re-opened portions of the Yellowstone River, but are keeping a popular stretch closed due to a fish-killing parasite.

Governor Steve Bullock announced today he’s committing 1.5 million dollars of state fire suppression funds for various forest restoration and fuel reduction projects.

A man died and his adult son was injured in Glacier National Park when the two slipped and fell while descending the east face of Mount Jackson. 

Evening Newscast 08-31-16

Aug 31, 2016
Montana Evening News
Josh Burnham

A federal appeals court has upheld the government's ban on the sale of guns to medical marijuana card holders. 

Federal officials say retrofitting Montana's largest coal-fired power plant to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions would cost at least 1.2 billion dollars. 

A Montana man who was charged with raping a woman, while he was free on bond awaiting sentencing for raping a child, has been sentenced to 25 years in prison.

Evening Newscast 08-30-16

Aug 30, 2016
Montana Evening News
Josh Burnham

A legislative committee today has agreed to sponsor two bills in the next legislative session related to air ambulance service in Montana.

The U.S. government will decide if federal protections are needed for a small, fanged predator of the Northern Rockies, along with seven other species across the country.

Northwest and West-central Montana are currently under a Red Flag Fire Weather Warning. National Weather Service meteorologist Dave Noble says the warning is in effect from 3:00 this afternoon through midnight.

Wildlife advocates seeking to impose federal protections for the Arctic grayling in Montana say state efforts to improve conditions for the fish won't be enough to save it from the effects of climate change.

The south entrance to Yellowstone National Park has reopened after being closed for more than a week because of a wildfire in neighboring Grand Teton National Park.

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