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Evening Newscast 12-10-18

Dec 10, 2018

The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation is planning to spend between $150 million and $200 million to overhaul the 65-year-old Hungry Horse Dam in northwest Montana.

A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit seeking to block a tree-thinning project in the Elkhorn Mountains near Helena.

A retired Roman Catholic priest is scheduled to appear in federal court in Great Falls on Tuesday to be formally charged with receipt of child pornography.

Montana’s first-ever medical residency program for psychiatrists received a quarter-million-dollar gift Monday.

The Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission voted Monday to adopt a rule to ready the state to manage grizzly bears in and around Glacier National Park if they’re removed from the endangered species list.

Yellowstone National Park reports that a Steamboat Geyser eruption on Saturday broke its all-time record for eruptions in a year.