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Newscast 07-30-2013

Jul 30, 2013

Firefighters gain ground on area fires. Flathead reporter Katrin Frye tells us why the Flathead is not getting as many fires as the rest of western Montana. Capitol Reporter Dan Boyce tells us why an owner of several Great Falls casinos thinks his new smoking rooms comply with the Montana Clean Indoor Air Act. And in our feature interview, News Director Sally Mauk talks with a rodeo athlete trying to get tobacco out of her sport.

Newscast 07-29-2013

Jul 29, 2013

Firefighters try to make gains on several large fires and hope for help from the weather. Capitol Reporter Dan Boyce tells us why the state attorney general doesn't think the Associated Press should be given information about who in Montana has a concealed weapons permit. And in our feature interview, News Director Sally Mauk talks with author Natalie Brown about her debut novel "The Lovebird."

Newscast 07-26-2013

Jul 26, 2013

The University of Montana football program is penalized for violating NCAA rules. Capitol Reporter Dan Boyce takes us to the pets and dolls parade in Great Falls. And in our feature interview, Reporter Edward O'Brien talks with a former corrections counselor about the war on drugs.

Newscast 07/25/2013

Jul 25, 2013

A new wildfire ignites just West of Missoula in the Frenchtown area prompting evacuations and a major fire agency response.  Reporter Katrin Frye tells us that the Forest Service is looking to its roads to increase efficiency in the face of ever-shrinking budgets. And in our feature interview News Director Sally Mauk talks with Carlee Soto about her sister who was one of the 26 teachers and students massacred at Sandy Hook elementary school.

Newscast 07-24-2013

Jul 24, 2013

A proposed new port terminal on the Washington coast has sharpened the debate over coal development in Montana. Capitol Reporter Dan Boyce tells us why a state senator went out of state to get married. And in our feature interview,  Reporter Edward O'Brien talks with a federal official about the future of the food stamp program.

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