On this edition of the Montana Evening Newscast, a federal appeals court has dismissed part of a lawsuit that seeks to allow only Republican voters to participate in Montana's GOP primaries.
Two Vermont women are seeking to start a class-action lawsuit for people who borrowed money from an online lending company owned by Montana's Chippewa Cree Tribe.
A restoration plan for the Upper Clark Fork Basin's largest wetland is now up for public review.
Montana wildlife officials are considering stricter regulations in an effort to reduce the chances of Canada lynx being caught in traps set for other animals outside Glacier and Yellowstone national parks.
The North Dakota Game and Fish Department says a January oil pipeline spill on the Yellowstone River in Montana did not affect paddlefish.
Beset by power plant closures and changes in how they pay royalties, coal mines are facing a new obstacle, a review of how coal extracted and burned will impact the air and global warming.
Montana wildlife officials are considering cutting bobcat quotas across a broad swath of central and northern Montana.