MTPR

Evening Newscast 07-06-18

Jul 6, 2018

Two travel bloggers who received jail time after walking on a famous hot spring in Yellowstone National Park were among three people who died yesterday after they went over the third-tallest waterfall in British Columbia.

The Montana Commissioner of Higher Education is appealing a judge's order to release redacted student records to author Jon Krakauer.

Wildlife officials have captured and killed a grizzly bear in northwestern Montana after concluding that it had become habituated to people and posed a safety risk.

The cost of staying in some of Yellowstone National Park's most historic lodges has increased by up to a third this summer.

A second man has pleaded guilty to tampering with evidence in connection with a man's body that was found in a shallow grave north of Billings.

Montana officials say the payments to ranchers for livestock killed by certain wild predators exceeded budget but were not as high as projected.

Thursday’s resignation of Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt draws decidedly different reactions from Montanans. The man who will take Pruitt’s place is proving to be just as divisive.