Montana Evening Newscast

Montana Evening Edition
6:23 pm
Thu July 24, 2014

Newscast 07-24-2014

Senator John Walsh's campaign says the Montana Democrat won't drop out of the US Senate race, but a political science professor from the University of Montana tells Edward O'Brien that he'll have a tough time overcoming from reports of past plagiarism.

 

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Montana Evening Edition
6:19 pm
Wed July 23, 2014

Newscast 07-23-2014

Senator John Walsh's U.S. Army War College thesis contains several passages reportedly lifted without attribution from published papers. Firefighters are tackling a new blaze burning south of Frenchtown, and a decision is forthcoming on some test wells for a proposed copper mine near White Sulphur Springs.

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Montana Evening Edition
6:16 pm
Tue July 22, 2014

Newscast 07-22-2014

Tonight on Montana Evening Edition:

Disaster for the Blackfoot River was narrowly averted today after a semi carrying industrial chemicals overturned on its banks. State officials react to the federal court ruling on healthcare subsidies. And Katrin Frye tells us about a project that's fostering cooperation between NASA and the Confederated Salish and Kootenai tribes.

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Montana Evening Edition
6:12 pm
Fri July 18, 2014

Newscast for 07-18-2014

Rough terrain is the biggest obstacle in fighting two new wildfires in the Bitterroot. You'll now need a criminal background check to drive school buses in Montana. And Edward O'Brien discusses television, movies, and rude theater audiences with NPR film critic Kenneth Turan.

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Montana Evening Edition
6:18 pm
Thu July 17, 2014

Newscast 07-17-2014

Tonight on Montana Evening Edition:

Eight Montana West Bank branches will close by October. Missoula and a city in Southern California are talking about the best way to acquire local water companies currently owned by the Carlyle Group. And Flathead reporter Katrin Frye tells us about a new residency program for family medicine in Kalispell.

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Montana Evening Edition
6:15 pm
Wed July 16, 2014

Newscast 07-16-2014

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A resentencing date is set in the case for a former teacher who pleaded guilt to raping a student. Governor Bullock announces a new pilot project to better manage drought impacts. And Edward O'Brien speaks with the British Consul General about how a proposed international trade agreement could potentially affect Europe and Montana.

 

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Montana Evening Edition
6:18 pm
Tue July 15, 2014

Newscast 07-15-2014

Tonight on Montana Evening Edition:

Two environmental groups ask the U.S. Department of Transportation to immediately ban crude oil shipments in older rail tank cars. The parent company of Glacier Park Incorporated pays over $16-million dollars for land and businesses in and around West Glacier. And Edward O'Brien talks with organizers of a new ad campaign about the value of national parks and public lands.

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Montana Evening Edition
6:22 pm
Mon July 14, 2014

Newscast 07-14-2014

Tonight on Montana Evening Edition:

Fire danger is notching up in the Bitterroot National Forest. A drowning victim in Glacier National Park is identified. And the Montana Food Bank Network expands its services with a new mobile food pantry truck.

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Montana Evening Edition
6:19 pm
Fri July 11, 2014

Newscast 07-11-2014

Tonight on Montana Evening Edition:

Three separate wildfires were sparked in the Bitterroot over the last 24 hours. We'll also tell you about the swearing-in ceremony of the brand new Blackfeet Business Council that started with calls for unity and ended in acrimony. And 13 coal-train cars derailed in Southeastern Montana.

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Montana Evening Edition
6:12 pm
Thu July 10, 2014

Newscast 07-10-2014

Tonight on Montana Evening Edition:

Wildlife commissioners alter sage-grouse hunting rules. Senator Tester says the unfolding child immigrant crisis along the southern border probably wouldn't exist were it not for the U.S. House. And we'll tell you why a melting road is keeping drivers away from parts of Yellowstone National Park.

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