MTPR

Evening Newscast 10-10-17

Oct 10, 2017

A legislative change in the funding for Montana’s Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks means game wardens will be required to do more wildlife management work, making them less available for conservation law enforcement needs.

A Missoula-based fire aviation company is pulling planes out of retirement to help battle California’s devastating wildfires.

Justice Department attorneys will argue in U.S. District Court in Montana tomorrow to defend President Trump’s approval of the Keystone XL oil pipeline. They seek to stop a lawsuit that would block the project.

Flathead County Commissioners voted unanimously today not to relocate the county’s overcrowded jail to property owned by the Weyerhaeuser Company in Columbia Falls.

A Montana woman died in a weekend avalanche, and the family of her boyfriend said he survived the slide, but not the loss of his partner and took his own life.