Montana Evening Edition

Montana Evening Edition
6:20 pm
Thu June 26, 2014

Newscast 06-26-2014

Tonight on Montana Evening Edition:

State Republican party leaders haven't decided how - or if - to proceed on a proposal to close primary elections to non-party members. Two groups are asking a judge to block a timber projected on almost 500 acres around the watershed that supplies most of Helena's drinking water. And Flathead reporter Katrin Frye tells us about how the local work force is faring these days.

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Montana Evening Edition
6:29 pm
Wed June 25, 2014

Newscast for 06-25-2014

Tonight on Montana Evening Edition:

A judge scolds the lead attorney representing the Missoula man accused of killing a German exchange student. Former Vice President Dick Cheney speaks in Billings this evening. And fireworks are going on sale, but that doesn't mean Missoulians can use them wherever they'd like.

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Montana Evening Edition
6:21 pm
Tue June 24, 2014

Newcast 06-24-2014

Tonight on Montana Evening Edition:

Notices are on their way to victims of hackers who broke into state databases last month. Repairs are underway for Missoula's ageing water infrastructure starting this week. And a non-profit organization wants to create a wild horse sanctuary near Drummond.

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Montana Evening Edition
6:15 pm
Mon June 23, 2014

Newscast 06-23-2014

Tonight on Montana Evening Edition:

Officials release the names of the people killed in a fiery crash outside of Helena late last week. A state judge strikes down most of a voter approved immigrant-related state services law. And the U.S. Supreme Court upholds most of the EPA's Global warming rules.

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Montana Evening Edition
6:16 pm
Fri June 20, 2014

Newcast 06-20-2014

Tonight on Montana Evening Edition:

Six people, including 3 children and a fire chief are killed in an accident east of Helena. A respected Montana Photographer is murdered in Billings. And Senator Jon Tester weighs in on Iraq, the Veterans Administration and former Governor Brian Schweitzer's recent controversial remarks.

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Montana Evening Edition
6:13 pm
Thu June 19, 2014

Newscast 06-19-2014

Tonight on Montana Evening Edition:

A Medicaid expansion ballot initiative did not collect enough signatures to make  it onto November's ballot. Authorities say an argument over truck repairs prompted a Ronan man to allegedly murder his brother. And reporter Katrin Frye tells us about some of the impacts Northwest Montana's wild weather is having on rivers this week.

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Montana Evening Edition
6:17 pm
Wed June 18, 2014

Newscast 06-18-2014

Tonight on Montana Evening Edition:

Montana officials will release details on Montana's oil train routes. A pilot is killed in a plane crash at Western Montana's Lost Trail Ski area. And forest plans will be updated for the Helena and Lewis and Clark National Forests.

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Montana Evening Edition
6:13 pm
Tue June 17, 2014

Newscast 06-17-2014

Tonight on Montana Evening Edition:

An audit of the Ravalli County treasurer's office finds disarray, but no evidence of fraud. The Public Service Commission grants Northwestern Energy's request to increase electricity rates. And reporter Katrin Frye tells us about an effort to address homelessness in the Flathead Valley.

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Montana Evening Edition
6:26 pm
Mon June 16, 2014

Newscast 06-16-2014

Tonight on Montana Evening Edition:

A group hired by the Montana Public Service Commission has found that Northwestern Energy hasn't budgeted enough for the maintenance of  11 dams  the company is trying to purchase. Signature gatherers are out in force as the Friday ballot initiative deadline looms. And later in the program we have an interview with Aaron Parrett about his new book: Montana: then and now.

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Montana Evening Edition
6:25 pm
Fri June 13, 2014

Newscast 06-13-2014

Tonight on Montana Evening Edition:

A look at the "Big Drift", the 80 foot obstacle that's keeping crews from reaching the summit of Logan Pass. The findings of an independent review shows the Missoula Police Department is improving its response to reports of sexual assault. And an interview with convicted felon Barry Beach, whose fourth application for clemency was just denied by the Montana Parole Board.

 

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