Morning Newscast 10-30-15
Montana's Governor and a dozen business representatives from here are wrapping up a four- day trade mission to Taiwan and South Korea today.
Montana students did worse on a national test compared to when it was administered in 2013.
The Montana Board of Pardons and Parole has sent Gov. Steve Bullock a clemency request by a man convicted of killing a highschool classmate in 1979.
A judge has granted a request for a death penalty specialist to represent an 18-year-old Wyoming man accused of killing a husband and wife on Montana's Crow Indian Reservation.
An audit finds that Montana's railroad safety falls short at a time of high oil train traffic that is only expected to increase.
A federal judge in Bozeman has ruled that a logging project near West Yellowstone can move forward, despite opposition from two environmental groups.
High school math teacher and former U.S. Senate candidate Amanda Curtis has announced she's getting back on the campaign trail, this time for the state legislature.