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Evening Newscast 06-02-16

Montana Public Radio Evening Newscast
Josh Burnham
MTPR Evening Newscast

A Canadian man who loaded a bison calf he came across in Yellowstone National Park into his SUV on May 9th has been fined $735 by a federal magistrate.

Candidates in Montana’s primary election can gather signatures for ballot initiatives at polling places, but they better be careful about it.

As candidates work to get out the vote for Tuesday's primary election, more than a fifth of Montana's registered voters have already cast ballots.

Hate groups. Anti-government radicals. White supremacists. These are taglines for a new documentary film featuring the cultural climate of the Flathead Valley.

Montana wildlife officials are investigating after a dead grizzly bear was found near Hungry Horse Reservoir.

A defense attorney says a Wyoming teenager was suffering from insanity when he allegedly shot three people, killing two, on the Crow Indian Reservation.

A new book documents all two hundred and sixty-four human deaths in Glacier National Park since the park was created in 1910.

For the second time in 17 years, Missoula will host the annual Montana Audubon Bird Festival June 3-5.

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