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Evening Newscast 06-23-16

Jun 23, 2016
Montana Evening News
Josh Burnham

The Obama administration says a sharp increase in royalties paid by companies mining coal from federal lands across the West would trigger only modest reductions in U.S. coal production.

Montana's overcrowded jails and prisons are prompting state officials to take a serious look at the complex issues behind the rising number of arrests, reoffenders, and policies, behind a surge in incarcerations.

Evening Newscast 06-22-16

Jun 22, 2016
Montana Evening News
Josh Burnham

One of the world's largest private owners of timberlands is shutting down two mills in Columbia falls later this year.

Authorities have charged two people in the assault of a woman who was beaten, strangled and set on fire on Montana's Crow Indian Reservation.

A western Montana couple has denied charges that they killed an 18-year-old man in February.

A former nurse has been sentenced to prison after pleading guilty to sexually assaulting a girl.

Evening Newscast 06-21-16

Jun 21, 2016
Montana Evening News
Josh Burnham

Governor Steve Bullock released a state energy plan today.

Montana Senators Steve Daines and Jon Tester voted mostly along party lines Monday night on four proposals that would increase gun control in the wake of the recent mass shooting in Orlando. 

The Montana Alzheimer's/Dementia Work Group unveiled its suggestions yesterday to prepare for and address increasing cases of Alzheimer's disease. 

Wildlife groups in Idaho are offering rewards for information that would lead to the person or persons responsible behind two separate poaching cases.

Evening Newscast 06-20-16

Jun 20, 2016
Montana Evening News
Josh Burnham

The Blackfeet Tribal Business Council has voted to redraft the tribe's constitution.

An explosion and fire at a Kalispell apartment building killed a woman, and displaced 34 other residents.

Montana legislators discussed options to fund services for people with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia Monday.

A Montana lawmaker is proposing that the Legislature rename Columbus Day with a name that celebrates Native Americans.

Evening Newscast 06-17-16

Jun 17, 2016
Montana Evening News
Josh Burnham

A judge has ruled that Republican State Representative Art Wittich can remain in office after a jury found he took illegal corporate contributions during his 2010 primary election campaign.

Flathead County prosecutors have filed charges against four people in the stabbing death of a Kalispell man whose body was found in a creek near Creston.

Two Kalispell women have denied charges that they locked three children in a dark basement without food or a bathroom.

Evening Newscast 06-16-16

Jun 16, 2016
Montana Evening News
Josh Burnham

A 36-year-old man has died in an officer-involved shooting in Butte.

A Montana judge says he's alarmed over massive volumes of contaminated water leaking from storage ponds at a coal-fired power plant, four years after an agreement meant to address the problem.

State wildlife managers say part of a northcentral Washington wolf pack has split away and formed a new group.

Evening Newscast 06-15-16

Jun 15, 2016
Montana Evening News
Josh Burnham

Flathead County officers have arrested three more suspects in the Memorial Day weekend stabbing death of a Kalispell man.

A Yellowstone National Park visitor has been fined $1000 for walking off of a boardwalk and collecting water in the Mammoth Hot Springs thermal area.

The Lewis and Clark County coroner has been given until mid-July to complete 51 death certificates, two of which date back to 2011.

Evening Newscast 06-14-16

Jun 14, 2016

Flathead County deputies have arrested a 29-year-old Kalispell man on suspicion of deliberate homicide after a young man's body was found in a creek east of Creston.

Governor Steve Bullock was today named the new chair of the Western Governors' Association.

Candidates for Montana’s congressional seat are calling for debates to challenge each other on key issues. But, the campaigns don’t agree on when and where those debates should take place.

Evening Newscast 06-13-16

Jun 13, 2016
Montana Evening News
Josh Burnham

A Montana State Prison guard plans to plead guilty in a drug smuggling case.

Bozeman leaders are set to vote Monday night on whether they should split up Montana's largest high school.

Federal officials have struck a deal with Wyoming to buy a square mile of state land inside Grand Teton National Park for $46 million by the end of this year.

Evening Newscast 06-10-16

Jun 10, 2016
Montana Evening News
Josh Burnham

Just days after the Primary Election, Montana Democrats are meeting to debate key party issues and vote on representatives to their party’s National Convention in Philadelphia this summer.

Friday morning the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes released draft legislation that would transfer the National Bison Range from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to tribal control.

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