MTPR

Evening Newscast 11-09-18

Nov 9, 2018

U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke and President Donald Trump are tamping down talk that Zinke might be the next Trump administration official to leave their position.

Work on Keystone XL oil pipeline scheduled to start next spring has been put on hold.

With the fall bird migration now in full swing, the companies in charge of Butteā€™s Berkeley Pit are using their new and improved scientific bird hazing program to keep birds away.

More voters cast ballots in this week's election than any other midterm in Montana history, and only two presidential elections have had higher voter numbers.

A coroner's jury has found that five Billings officers were justified in the deadly shooting of a Montana man last year.

A 27-year-old Colorado man who walked dangerously close to Old Faithful geyser in September is banned from Yellowstone National Park and nearby Grand Teton National Park for five years.

Microsoft announced a new agreement this week to deliver broadband internet service to over 73,000 people in rural Montana and Washington who currently have slow, or no internet whatsoever.