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Newscast 07-01-2013

Jul 1, 2013

The fire danger risk in Missoula County has been raised to moderate. Reporter Ruth Eddy talks about how to deal with outside jobs in the heat. Capitol Reporter Dan Boyce talks about health clinics that provide free primary care services for state employees. And in our feature interview, Reporter Edward O'Brien talks with Montana Tech's principal investigator about a restoration ecology project.

Newscast 06-28-2013

Jun 28, 2013

No one was seriously hurt when a helicopter crashed into the Clark Fork River near Missoula. Capitol Reporter Dan Boyce has details of the sale of Blue Cross Blue Shield of Montana to an out of state corporation and the new foundation created from the proceeds. And in our feature interview, Reporter Edward O'Brien talks with a Red Cross official about how best to cope with our sudden heat wave.

Newscast 06-27-2013

Jun 27, 2013

A hiker dies in an apparent fall in Glacier National Park. Flathead Reporter Katrin Frye takes us to the International Native Games Conference on the Flathead Reservation. Capitol Reporter Dan Boyce tells us why Montana's oil and coal industries oppose President Obama's plans to fight climate change. And in our feature interview, News Director Sally Mauk gets Senator Jon Tester's take on the President's climate change proposals.

Newscast 06-26-2013

Jun 26, 2013

Montanans have mixed reactions to today's U.S. Supreme Court ruling on same-sex marriage. We'll also tell you about a proposed initiative to expand Medicaid to low income Montanans. And in our feature interview,  Reporter Edward O'Brien talks with two experts about the impact our changing climate is having on birds.

Newscast 06-25-2013

Jun 25, 2013

Improper disposal of household chemicals sickens two Missoula garbage workers. Capitol Reporter Dan Boyce looks into the decline in the number of Montanans working for minimum wage. Flathead Reporter Katrin Frye has a time capsule tale. And in our feature interview, News Director Sally Mauk talks with the Secretary of Homeland Security, Janet Napolitano, about immigration reform.

Newscast 06-24-2013

Jun 24, 2013

A small plane crash north of Helena kills one person. Capitol Reporter Dan Boyce tells us why renewable energy advocates strongly oppose a new proposal from the Public Service Commission. And in our feature interview, News Director Sally Mauk talks with the director of the Fort Belknap Fish and Game Department about why the tribes want some bison from Yellowstone National Park.

Newscast 06-21-2013

Jun 21, 2013

Authorities release more details in the shooting of a St. Regis man by a Montana Highway Patrol trooper. Capitol Reporter Dan Boyce tells us about the new Warden for  the Montana Women's Prison. And in our feature interview, Reporter Edward O'Brien talks with a home health care expert about the stress caregivers face.

Newscast 06-20-2013

Jun 20, 2013

A domestic disturbance leads to a man being shot by a highway patrol officer. Capitol Reporter Dan Boyce tells us about the governor's new plan to help Montanans be healthy. Flathead Reporter Katrin Frye catches up with some rain-drenched bikers. And in our feature interview, Reporter Edward O'Brien talks with an official with the Montana Preservation Alliance about saving endangered historic places.

Newscast 06-19-2013

Jun 19, 2013

A court ruling paves the way for some Yellowstone bison to be transferred to the Fort Belknap reservation. Reporter Ruth Eddy tells us why passengers can get a free ride on Missoula's Mountain Line tomorrow. And in our feature interview, News Director Sally Mauk talks with the Deputy Commissioner for Two Year and Community College Education about the increasing value of Montana's two-year colleges.

Newscast 06-18-2013

Jun 18, 2013

Defense attorneys say one of the suspects in the murder of a Montana school teacher should not get the death penalty if he's convicted. Flathead Reporter Katrin Frye tells us about the problems facing Glacier Park because of its popularity. And in our feature interview, Reporter Edward O'Brien talks with Missoula Mayor John Engen about Missoula's crackdown on fireworks.

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