MTPR

Evening Newscast 06-26-15

Jun 26, 2015

On tonight's evening newscast: Gay couples can now marry in Montana without a cloud of uncertainty following the U.S. Supreme Court ruling that legalizes gay marriage nationwide.

A U.S. Senate committee has approved a measure requiring federal transportation officials to report on the safety of pipelines that cross beneath rivers.

Opponents of same-sex marriage continue to look for ways to take a stand, even as the Supreme Court today declared it to be the law in every state.

A Gallatin County jury is deliberating in the case of an Iraq war veteran charged with shooting and killing a man during an argument outside a Bozeman house party.

Police in Butte say a 25-year-old man found dead in an alley apparently fell from a third-floor balcony on an apartment building.

Republican elected officials from Montana were quick to call today’s ruling by the US Supreme Court on same sex marriage a mistake.

Montana fire officials are urging people to be extra careful with fire this weekend and over Fourth of July.

Researchers at the Flathead Lake Biological Station are studying how climate change may affect the lake’s chemistry and temperature.

An animal advocacy group is suing the U.S. Bureau of Land Management over plans to reduce the number of mustangs at Pryor Mountain Wild Horse Range.