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Evening Newscast 04-16-20

Apr 16, 2020

Evening Newscast for April 16, 2020.

Evening Newscast 04-15-20

Apr 15, 2020

Evening Newscast for April 15, 2020.

Evening Newscast 04-14-20

Apr 14, 2020

Evening Newscast for Apri 14, 2020.

Evening Newscast 04-13-20

Apr 13, 2020

Evening Newscast for April 13, 2020.

Evening Newscast 04-10-20

Apr 10, 2020

The Montana Landlord Association is asking Gov. Steve Bullock to end a directive barring landlords from evicting or imposing fees on tenants who don’t pay rent while the stay-at-home order is in place.

The superintendent of Montana schools told districts to expect to finish out the academic year with distance learning amid the coronavirus outbreak.

The spring weather that brought Montana plenty of sunshine and afternoon highs in the upper 60s this week is about to be replaced with something very different.

Evening Newscast for April 09, 2020.

Montana's Fort Peck Tribes have reported two cases of COVID-19, believed to be the first on any reservation in the state.

Montana has a total of 332 positive COVID-19 tests Wednesday out of nearly 7,400 tests performed. Gallatin, Yellowstone, Missoula, Lewis and Clark, and Flathead counties say the virus is spreading within the community.

Gov. Steve Bullock is extending Montana’s stay-at-home order for at least another two weeks, until April 24. 

The Department of Justice Today confirmed Tuesday what is believed to be the first positive COVID-19 case in a jail inmate.

A Canadian company has started construction on the long-stalled Keystone XL oil sands pipeline, despite calls from tribal leaders and environmentalists to delay the $8 billion project amid the novel coronavirus pandemic.

The temporary head of the federal Bureau of Land Management is expected to continue overseeing the agency for another month.

State health officials said calls to the state child abuse and neglect hotline have dropped by about half since schools closed their doors in mid-March due to the novel coronavirus outbreak.

Gov. Steve Bullock said Friday that current business and school closures, as well as his stay-at-home order, will likely be extended for another two weeks to April 24th.

Montana's June 2th primary will be conducted by mail in an effort to limit the spread of the novel coronavirus.

Gov. Steve Bullock announced Friday the state will use federal aid money to bolster Montanans’ access to food during the ongoing COVID-19 crisis.