MTPR

Evening Newscast 01-03-19

Jan 3, 2019

A high wind warning is in effect for the Rocky Mountain Front and the plains to the east through Friday afternoon.

Two Gallatin County men in their mid-30s were injured when a small airplane struck a power line in southwestern Montana.

Montana officials say there's not much they can do about a recent outage by national telecommunications company CenturyLink.

The Montana Democratic Party’s new executive director is no stranger to state politics. Monica Lindeen replaces Nancy Keenan, who led the party since 2015.

A funeral will be held Saturday for a Native American girl found dead on Montana's Northern Cheyenne Reservation.

Newly-departed Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke tells The Associated Press that he's been truthful with investigators looking into numerous ethics complaints against him and has no knowledge of a report that he lied.

A baby Jesus figurine stolen from a nativity scene at a Montana residence on New Year's Day has been returned to its owners with two notes from someone pretending to be God.

Attorneys are seeking a new trial venue for a Montana woman charged in the deaths of two people whose bodies were found dismembered in acid-filled tubs in a basement.

A Billings man began 2019 with a lot more money in the bank after claiming the Montana Millionaire jackpot.