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Evening Newscast 11-30-18

Nov 30, 2018


State and federal officials are proposing approval of a major coal mine expansion in southeastern Montana even as the mine's owner goes through bankruptcy proceedings with plans to sell the property.

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke unleashed a scathing personal attack today against the top Democrat on the congressional committee that oversees Zinke's agency.

Colstrip operator Talen Energy was sued today by a former parent company over claims of responsibility for worker pensions and environmental cleanup costs at the coal-fired power plant in southeast Montana.

An oil pipeline spilled 3,400 barrels of crude oil on about 4 acres of private property southeast of Great Falls, near Belt.

A Montana man is charged with killing another man by hitting him in the neck with a tomahawk during an early morning street fight sparked by an ongoing feud.

Tomorrow is World AIDS Day. In Billings, RiverStone Health provides information, resources and care for those infected through its program, Ryan White Services.