Montana Evening Edition en Newscast 07-29-2014 <p>The Department of Defense is overseeing the plagiarism investigation against senator John Walsh. Missoula officials release next-gen Broadband study recommendations, and Flathead reporter Katrin Frye tells us about boaters who are ignoring mandatory invasive aquatic species check stations.</p> Wed, 30 Jul 2014 00:20:26 +0000 news 22690 at Newscast 07-28-2014 <p>Tonight on Montana Evening Edition:</p><p>A small plane crashes in the Clearwater National Forest, along the Idaho-Montana Border. A Bitterroot National Forest firefighter is found alive after going missing yesterday. And Northwestern Energy's CEO maintains the purchase of 12 hydroelectric dams is good for Montana and good for the company.&nbsp;&nbsp;</p> Tue, 29 Jul 2014 00:15:37 +0000 news 22633 at Newscast 07-25-2014 <p>Tonight on Montana Evening Edition:<br />A new wildfire is burning just northwest of Helena. The body of a man found in the&nbsp;Clark Fork River&nbsp;has been identified. And Edward O'Brien finds out just how many jobs are created when Montanans wet their whistles.<br />&nbsp;</p><p></p><p></p><p></p> Sat, 26 Jul 2014 00:18:54 +0000 news 22527 at Newscast 07-24-2014 <p>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.</p><p><br />&nbsp;</p> Fri, 25 Jul 2014 00:23:28 +0000 news 22480 at Newscast 07-23-2014 <p>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.</p> Thu, 24 Jul 2014 00:19:24 +0000 news 22422 at Newscast 07-22-2014 <p>Tonight on Montana Evening Edition:</p><p>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&nbsp;NASA and the Confederated Salish and Kootenai tribes.</p> Wed, 23 Jul 2014 00:16:06 +0000 news 22366 at Newscast for 07-21-2014 <p>Tonight on Montana Evening Edition:</p><p>Two suspects have been arrested in connection to last Wednesdays' shooting on I-90. The search continues for a missing kayaker on Flathead lake. And investigators think they know what caused the crash that killed 6 people last month, but their findings aren't ready to be released.</p> Tue, 22 Jul 2014 00:14:15 +0000 news 22294 at Newscast for 07-18-2014 <p><br />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.</p> Sat, 19 Jul 2014 00:12:27 +0000 news 22178 at Newscast 07-17-2014 <p>Tonight on Montana Evening Edition:</p><p>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.</p> Fri, 18 Jul 2014 00:18:14 +0000 news 22129 at Newscast 07-16-2014 <p>Tonight on Montana Evening Edition:<br />&nbsp;<br />A&nbsp;resentencing&nbsp;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.</p><p><br />&nbsp;</p> Thu, 17 Jul 2014 00:15:45 +0000 news 22064 at