On tonight's evening newscast: Cool, wet weather today helped firefighters make progress on the wildfire in Glacier National Park, and the St. Mary Visitor Center at the east entrance to the park reopened today.
The Cabin Gulch fire east of Townsend is now being called 92% contained, and many of the 153 people working that fire are expected to be released today.
Meanwhile, firefighters on the Crow Reservation have responded to 10 mostly grassland fires in the last week. One that started yesterday has burned about 1,700 acres, fanned by 50 mile per hour wind gusts.
Two dozen Montana grandparents have organized to push back against a state agency they say has shut them out as caregivers, and sometimes has placed grandchildren with parents they don't know.