Evening Newscast 02-09-16
The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision late this afternoon to put President Obama’s Clean Power Plan on hold is reverberating across Montana.
Today Montana’s AFL-CIO unions announced endorsements for five candidates running for statewide office this year.
A Hamilton woman who was reported missing this morning has been located and is being treated at a hospital for undisclosed injuries.
Gov. Steve Bullock was in Butte today for a round table addressing the state's growing need for more health care workers.
A class of Montana State University students is proposing the university start a free food bank on campus to help feed hungry college students.
The attorney for a Butte man charged with killing his father in December 2008 said his client will testify during his retrial.
The temporary closure of a large polysilicon factory in Moses Lake because of a trade dispute with China has drawn a strong response from the state's political leaders.