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Evening Newscast 12-17-18

Dec 17, 2018

Democratic state Representative Kimberly Dudik of Missoula has announced her candidacy for attorney general in 2020.

The publisher of a neo-Nazi website accused by a Jewish woman in Whitefish of orchestrating an anti-Semitic harassment campaign against her is asking a magistrate judge to push back their January trial date.

A southwestern Montana man whose girlfriend has been missing since late July is charged with evidence tampering for cleaning up blood in his apartment.

The Flathead National Forest has approved a pair of projects that it says will improve forest health and increase resistance to wildfires.

A firearms safety instructor has pleaded not guilty to negligent homicide in a doctor's shooting death after a hunting trip.

A man suspected of stealing a sport utility vehicle and fleeing from a traffic stop near Missoula was arrested after breaking into a house where the homeowner held him at gunpoint until officers arrived.

A 46-year-old Columbia Falls man has admitted overstating his disabilities to receive government payments for nine years.