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Evening Newscast 06-15-16

Jun 15, 2016
Montana Evening News
Josh Burnham

Flathead County officers have arrested three more suspects in the Memorial Day weekend stabbing death of a Kalispell man.

A Yellowstone National Park visitor has been fined $1000 for walking off of a boardwalk and collecting water in the Mammoth Hot Springs thermal area.

The Lewis and Clark County coroner has been given until mid-July to complete 51 death certificates, two of which date back to 2011.

Evening Newscast 06-14-16

Jun 14, 2016

Flathead County deputies have arrested a 29-year-old Kalispell man on suspicion of deliberate homicide after a young man's body was found in a creek east of Creston.

Governor Steve Bullock was today named the new chair of the Western Governors' Association.

Candidates for Montana’s congressional seat are calling for debates to challenge each other on key issues. But, the campaigns don’t agree on when and where those debates should take place.

Evening Newscast 06-13-16

Jun 13, 2016
Montana Evening News
Josh Burnham

A Montana State Prison guard plans to plead guilty in a drug smuggling case.

Bozeman leaders are set to vote Monday night on whether they should split up Montana's largest high school.

Federal officials have struck a deal with Wyoming to buy a square mile of state land inside Grand Teton National Park for $46 million by the end of this year.

Evening Newscast 06-10-16

Jun 10, 2016
Montana Evening News
Josh Burnham

Just days after the Primary Election, Montana Democrats are meeting to debate key party issues and vote on representatives to their party’s National Convention in Philadelphia this summer.

Friday morning the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes released draft legislation that would transfer the National Bison Range from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to tribal control.

Evening Newscast 06-09-16

Jun 9, 2016
Montana Evening News
Josh Burnham

Striking employees of the Mineral County sheriff's department have returned to work now that a mediation session is scheduled.

A former colleague of an Oregon man who died in a boiling hot spring at Yellowstone National Park says the victim was on a graduation trip with his sister, and planned to enter a doctoral program this fall.

The reward for information leading to the person or persons who illegally killed a federally protected grizzly bear in eastern Idaho is up to $15,600.

Evening Newscast 06-08-16

Jun 8, 2016
Montana Evening News
Josh Burnham

Gallatin County voters booted embattled state Republican Art Wittich from office, making him one of a handful of Republican conservatives who lost their bid for re-election in yesterday's primary.

Yellowstone National Park officials today confirmed yesterday’s report that a man fell into a hot spring and died.

The director of the Veterans Affairs' Health Care system in Montana is resigning, as the agency conducts an internal investigation into allegations of senior leadership misconduct.

Evening Newscast 06-07-16

Jun 7, 2016
Montana Evening News
Josh Burnham

The Secretary of State's office says early voting is going smoothly in Montana's primary election.

Montana's primary election features contested races for president, state Supreme Court, Public Service Commission, and a slate of legislative races.

Glacier National Park saw a record of more than 178-thousand visitors in May, an increase of more than 32 percent over last May.

A 61-year-old man died after a tree fell on him at a commercial logging camp near Lake Mary Ronan, west of Flathead Lake.

Evening Newscast 06-06-16

Jun 6, 2016
Montana Evening News
Josh Burnham

Kalispell Regional Healthcare plans to break ground this summer on an estimated $40 million pediatric center to bring urgent and specialized care for children closer to home.

Montana voters will play a role in deciding whether Hillary Clinton sews up the Democratic presidential nomination.

Wildlife officials hope this summer to restore a population of black-footed ferrets to a pair of western Wyoming ranches where the species, for a time believed extinct, was rediscovered in the wild 35 years ago.

Evening Newscast 06-03-16

Jun 3, 2016
Montana Evening News
Josh Burnham

Montana and federal officials say they've reached a tentative agreement on the removal of more contaminated mine waste around Butte.

A partial owner of Talen Energy Corporation, which is the operator and co-owner of Montana's Colstrip power plant, is seeking to buy the entire company in a $1.8 billion deal.

The Bozeman Chronicle reports that American Airlines will immediately begin offering daily flights between Bozeman and its hub in Dallas/Fort Worth. 

Evening Newscast 06-02-16

Jun 2, 2016
Montana Evening News
Josh Burnham

A Canadian man who loaded a bison calf he came across in Yellowstone National Park into his SUV on May 9th has been fined $735 by a federal magistrate.

Candidates in Montana’s primary election can gather signatures for ballot initiatives at polling places, but they better be careful about it.

As candidates work to get out the vote for Tuesday's primary election, more than a fifth of Montana's registered voters have already cast ballots.