Evening Newscast 06-19-17

Jun 19, 2017

Two of the people who were critically injured when a deck collapsed at a church camp on the west side of Flathead Lake Saturday are now classified as in good condition at Kalispell Regional Medical Center.

Former University of Montana President Royce Engstrom will earn $119,000 a year when he returns to teaching as a chemistry professor.

A Helena judge says police called him at home to hold an after-hours court hearing for Cascade County’s sheriff who was arrested Thursday.

Glacier National Park officials have temporarily closed a popular trail due to increased bear activity.

Representatives of state and federal environmental agencies will give an update on the polluted Smurfit-Stone mill near Frenchtown Tuesday evening.

A massive reclamation project is underway at the site of the former Troy Mine in northwestern Montana.

Developers are spending $16 million to renovate the Helena Armory building that's been closed since 2013 over high lead levels.