MTPR

Evening Newscast 12-04-18

Dec 4, 2018

Montana Legislature has advanced a proposal to prohibit discrimination, harassment and retaliation and set a confidential process to report and investigate complaints.

A forum on the future of populism scheduled for next week in Missoula has been canceled because speaker Steve Bannon is not available.

Anaconda residents are one step closer to finding out more details about the final Superfund cleanup deal and plan that’s been under wraps for the last four months.

Court records show an officer-involved shooting in Missoula may have been a "suicide by cop."

A 54-year-old Montana woman has pleaded guilty to embezzling more than $630,000 from customers of her employer over a seven-year period.

Officials say seven more deer killed by hunters in Montana have tested positive for a brain wasting disease.

Former Vice President Joe Biden says he believes that he is the most qualified person in the country to be president.

An opulent mansion on a private island on Flathead Lake in northwest Montana has sold to an unknown buyer after sitting vacant for years.

A team of researchers at the University of Montana has received a $700,000 grant from NASA to promote reforestation efforts across the Western United States.

Senator Steve Daines visited Turkey and Afghanistan last weekend, meeting with top U.S. military and diplomatic officials, and with Montana National Guard troops stationed in Afghanistan.