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

Evening Newscast 09-25-18

Sep 25, 2018

Attorneys for 18 former eastern Montana athletes want state law changed to eliminate the statute of limitations for prosecuting child sexual abuse charges.

A Wyoming man is in custody after Billings police say he led them on a 50-minute pursuit that involved 10 crime scenes, five stolen vehicles and multiple rounds of gunfire.

Construction on a long-awaited water treatment facility that will pump and treat toxic water from the Berkeley Pit officially began yesterday in Butte

Evening Newscast 09-24-18

Sep 24, 2018

Vice President Mike Pence is making a second trip to Montana to campaign for Republican U.S. Senate candidate Matt Rosendale.

Montana State University continues to set enrollment records, with nearly 17,000 students this fall.

The Dumas Brothel, the longest operating brothel in the United States when it was shut down in 1982, is again for sale.

Evening Newscast 09-21-18

Sep 21, 2018

An athletic trainer at a Montana high school sexually abused at least 18 student athletes decades ago under the guise of boosting their athletic performance, according to a lawsuit filed Friday.

The University of Montana aims to bring down roughly half of its $10 million budget shortfall this fiscal year.

A black bear, apparently sleeping off a honey binge, was removed from a Bozeman yard and released out of town.

Evening Newscast 09-20-18

Sep 20, 2018


Montana saw the biggest growth in median household income of any state in 2017, according to a U.S. Census Bureau report released last week.

Forensic testing has confirmed that the grizzly bears killed by Wyoming wildlife managers are the ones involved in the mauling death of a hunting guide last week.

Montana has created a bipartisan working group to reduce premiums for people who buy health insurance on the federal marketplace.

Evening Newscast 09-19-18

Sep 19, 2018


Wildfire season is slowing down and trending well below average in the number of fires, acres burned and cost to the state budget.

Lee Enterprises announced it is closing Montana Magazine after nearly 50 years.

U.S. Senate candidate Matt Rosendale's campaign is seeking a new venue for a Bozeman rally after a restaurant manager said he didn't know about the booking and wants to stay politically neutral.

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