Evening Newscast 01-29-18

Jan 29, 2018

Montana is appealing FEMA’s denial of its request for a Presidential Major Disaster Declaration following last year’s historic fire season.

Tribes in northwest Montana have pledged to uphold the Paris Climate Agreement despite President Donald Trump backing out last year.

The Director of Montana’s Department of Corrections had few details on last week’s firing of the warden at Montana State Prison in Deer Lodge when state lawmakers asked him about it today.

A trial began in Billings Monday for a man accused of luring women and girls into a Montana-based sex trafficking scheme.

The Montana Highway Patrol's drug interdiction teams have seized 56 pounds of methamphetamines in their first six months of operation as part of a state effort to crack down on drug trafficking.

Federal wildlife officials have agreed to prepare a conservation plan for Montana's National Bison Range as part of a settlement in a lawsuit brought by an environmental group.

Officials in eastern Montana have released the name of a 21-year-old woman who was shot to death last week, while the suspected shooter was charged with deliberate homicide.