MTPR

Evening Newscast 06-13-18

Jun 13, 2018


Donald Trump Junior is returning to Montana to campaign for Republican U.S. Senate candidate Matt Rosendale.

A new superintendent has been named for Yellowstone National Park after his predecessor said he was being forced out by the Trump administration.

Montana's largest utility could be fined up to $1.5 million for being a day late on its tax payments.

Leaders of Montana’s K-12 public schools system will update state lawmakers Thursday morning about progress on rolling out the replacement for the federal No Child Left Behind Act following cuts to education funding last year.

A Helena judge has ordered state health officials to temporarily reinstate last year's Medicaid reimbursement rates to nursing homes and assisted-living facilities.

Montana's congressional delegation is asking the U.S. Treasury Secretary to absolve Powell County of a $3.9 million debt from an oil spill cleanup.

A Montana copywriter and artist has been sentenced to three years in federal prison for his role in sending fraudulent letters to people telling them they'd won a prize they could redeem by paying $20 or $30 for supposed processing or delivery fees.

A grizzly bear died Monday after eating pesticides in an open garage in north-central Montana.

Wildlife officials are also looking for a home for three grizzly bear cubs that were orphaned last week when their mother was killed by a vehicle near Lincoln.