MTPR

Evening Newscast 12-07-18

Dec 7, 2018


Kalispell Regional Healthcare says the Montana Nurses Association released “blatantly false information” when it announced Wednesday it was filing charges against Kalispell Regional for allegedly violating federal worker rights laws.

A Montana judge dismissed a lawsuit filed by an Idaho mining company seeking to overturn its designation as an industry "bad actor" because of pollution tied to its CEO.

A former Missoula County sheriff's deputy has been charged with a felony after fellow officers said he dragged a handcuffed man out of the back of a patrol car and choked him.

A handful of mumps cases at a Bozeman elementary school led Gallatin County health officials to keep unvaccinated students out of classes until they're sure no more students are contagious.

Two people have pleaded guilty to their roles in a scheme in which employees of the Blackfeet Tribe's Head Start program claimed $232,000 in unearned overtime pay.

Kalispell has received $12.7 million in federal funds to expand a section of the Highway 93 Bypass outside of town.