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Montana Public Radio's evening newscasts bring you headlines from across Montana.

Montana wildlife officials have found a new home for three grizzly bear cubs that were orphaned in June when their mother was killed by a vehicle.

A Montana judge has overturned the conviction of a man sentenced to 40 years in prison for his 3-month-old son's 2008 death.

Montana wildlife officials say a black bear has been killed after it was captured for ripping up a tent in a campground.

A Montana judge has overturned the conviction of a man sentenced to 40 years in prison for his 3-month-old son's 2008 death.

Wildland fire officials with the Missoula County Fire Protection Association are joining other jurisdictions in Western Montana, elevating fire danger in Missoula County to moderate.

Flags in Montana have been lowered to half-staff in honor of the five people killed in a shooting at a Maryland newspaper last week.


Authorities say one man has been killed and another injured in a shooting on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation.

A new report by the Bonneville Power Administration and the state of Montana is promoting the state's renewable energy potential.

Weather officials say a tractor that was carried away in a tornado last week near the Montana-South Dakota state line has yet to be found.

Evening Newscast 06-29-18

Jun 29, 2018


The U.S. Supreme Court will review a case in which a Crow tribal member and former game warden from Montana is asserting his treaty right to hunt elk in the Bighorn National Forest in Wyoming.

Two boys who were shot near a Missoula high school last weekend told investigators the suspect asked them if they wanted to buy drugs and asked where he could get drugs.

President Donald Trump’s campaign website today confirmed he will appear at the Four Seasons Arena in Great Falls next Thursday.

Evening Newscast 06-28-18

Jun 28, 2018


The White House says President Donald Trump will make a stop in Montana next week.

Ballots for Montana state lawmakers to vote on convening a special legislative session were dropped in the mail Thursday, according to the Secretary of State’s Office.

The U.S. Interior Department's inspector general is looking into a complaint about a Montana land deal that links Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke and the head of energy services giant Halliburton.

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