Montana Evening Edition http://mtpr.org en Newscast 08-19-2014 http://mtpr.org/post/newscast-08-19-2014 <p>The Arctic Grayling will not receive federal protections, the Montana Human Rights Network reacts to news that KKK is dropping-off pamphlets in parts of Havre, and Yellowstone County Officials court developers of a proposed refinery project near Billings.</p> Wed, 20 Aug 2014 00:23:48 +0000 news 23613 at http://mtpr.org Newscast for 08-18-2014 http://mtpr.org/post/newscast-08-18-2014 <p>Democratic U.S. Senate Candidate Amanda Curtis starts her campaign with a concerted effort to raise badly-needed funds, Montana's unemployment rate ticked up by just a hair last month, and a little girl lost her life yesterday in Yellowstone National Park.</p> Tue, 19 Aug 2014 00:19:54 +0000 news 23570 at http://mtpr.org Newscast 08-14-2014 http://mtpr.org/post/newscast-08-14-2014 <p>Tonight on Montana Evening Edition:</p><p>Rainy weather and cooler temperatures have prevailed for the past few days, but fire season is by no means over. We'll have an update on the costs of fighting wildfires. And a Wyoming man says it was "curiosity" that led him to steal more than 500 pounds of explosives in Red Lodge.</p><p></p><p></p> Fri, 15 Aug 2014 00:15:03 +0000 news 23416 at http://mtpr.org Newscast 08-12-2014 http://mtpr.org/post/newscast-08-12-2014 <p>Tonight on Montana Evening Edition:</p><p>Wildfires continue to blaze across Western Montana as the National Weather Service issues a severe weather warning. Sen. John Walsh makes the first of three public appearances after his resignation from the U.S. Senate race. And findings are released in the investigation of the June highway crash that killed a family of five and the Three Forks fire chief.<br />&nbsp;</p><p></p><p></p> Wed, 13 Aug 2014 00:18:18 +0000 news 23317 at http://mtpr.org Newscast 08-11-2014 http://mtpr.org/post/newscast-08-11-2014 <p>Tonight on Montana Evening Edition:</p><p>Authorities are on the lookout for suspects connected with a homicide at a Beaverhead County campground. Wildfires continue to burn across Western Montana. And wildlife managers in Yellowstone are calling for the slaughter or removal of 900 of the park's native bison.</p> Tue, 12 Aug 2014 00:16:36 +0000 news 23263 at http://mtpr.org Newscast 08-08-2014 http://mtpr.org/post/newscast-08-08-2014 <p>Tonight on Montana Evening Edition:</p><p>The Missoula Sheriff Department has arrested two people and is searching for another two in connection to the Clark Fork River &nbsp;homicide investigation. The Thompson River Complex fires have grown to over 800 acres. And Montana Public Radio's Christopher Allen speaks with a political science professor about what's next for the Montana Democratic party.</p> Sat, 09 Aug 2014 00:19:29 +0000 news 23158 at http://mtpr.org Newcast 08-07-2014 http://mtpr.org/post/newcast-08-07-2014 <p>Tonight on Montana Evening Edition:</p><p>Democratic Senator John Walsh has dropped out of the U.S. Senate Race. The Thompson River Complex fires have grown to 600 acres. And Flathead Reporter Katrin Frye takes us to a spartan-style-obstacle race for people with disabilities.&nbsp;</p> Fri, 08 Aug 2014 00:52:42 +0000 news 23106 at http://mtpr.org Newscast 08-06-2014 http://mtpr.org/post/newscast-08-06-2014 <p>Tonight on Montana Evening Edition:</p><p>Senator John Walsh's campaign has essentially gone dark as Montana's political pundits await word on whether or not he'll stay in the U.S. Senate race. We'll have updates on Western Montana's wildfires. And former U.S. Senator Max Baucus&nbsp;donates &nbsp;to the Mansfield Library at the University of Montana.</p> Thu, 07 Aug 2014 00:21:51 +0000 news 23047 at http://mtpr.org Newscast 08-05-2014 http://mtpr.org/post/newscast-08-05-2014 <p>Tonight on Montana Evening Edition:</p><p>Western Montana fire officials further ratchet down fire restrictions. And reporter Katrin Frye explains why the Flathead Valley has, so far, escaped serious wildfires.</p><p></p><p></p><p><br />&nbsp;</p> Wed, 06 Aug 2014 00:14:42 +0000 news 22997 at http://mtpr.org Newscast 08-04-2014 http://mtpr.org/post/newscast-08-04-2014 <p>Tonight on Montana Evening Edition:<br />&nbsp;<br />There is a new fire in Missoula's Grant Creek area. The fire crews continue working on area lighting-sparked wildfires that ignited this weekend. And a campaign finance ruling on whether individuals and political parties can give unlimited amounts of money to state candidates should come after the November election.</p><p></p><p></p> Tue, 05 Aug 2014 00:11:38 +0000 news 22948 at http://mtpr.org