Evening Newscast 06-06-16
Kalispell Regional Healthcare plans to break ground this summer on an estimated $40 million pediatric center to bring urgent and specialized care for children closer to home.
Montana voters will play a role in deciding whether Hillary Clinton sews up the Democratic presidential nomination.
Wildlife officials hope this summer to restore a population of black-footed ferrets to a pair of western Wyoming ranches where the species, for a time believed extinct, was rediscovered in the wild 35 years ago.
In Montana, nearly 40 percent of adults who’ve been to prison end up going back. Tomorrow, state and tribal leaders are meeting with U-S Department of Justice officials to talk about how to turn that around.
Several top Oregon leaders are calling for a temporary halt to oil train traffic in the Columbia River Gorge, after Friday's fiery train wreck.
A delegation of Russian firefighters and conservationists is in Montana getting a western perspective on forestry and fire management.