MTPR

Evening Newscast 04-10-18

Apr 10, 2018

A Billings police officer shot and killed a man who was waving a gun around at a casino early Tuesday morning, marking the second fatal shooting by police in the city in less than 24 hours.

Montana fish and wildlife regulators are proposing to cap the number of commercial fishing guides on the Madison River.

Medical marijuana providers in Montana will start testing, labeling and tracking their products as new rules take effect for state officials to keep close tabs on pot plants from seedlings until they're sold. 

A survivor of the Holocaust shares his story in Kalispell on Tuesday.

A school bus aide in Great Falls has been suspended while Big Sky Bus Lines and the school district investigate a reported altercation with a student.

The Helena-Lewis and Clark National Forest is hosting its annual open house next week in White Sulphur Springs.

There are two forums coming up for the candidates in Montana’s primary races.

The EPA’s top regional administrator set a new timeline for completing cleanup of the Anaconda Superfund site, speaking in front of a standing-room-only crowd at the Old Works Golf Course.