Evening Newscast 01-14-19
Officials at Sentinel High School in Missoula dismissed students early today to conduct a thorough search of the school after a magazine of ammunition was found in a hallway.
The U.S. Supreme Court has left in place Montana's voter-approved limits on contributions to political campaigns in state elections.
Montana State University-Billings is offering a course dedicated to the Heart Mountain Japanese internment camp in northern Wyoming.
Former U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke has taken a job at an investment company after leaving the Trump administration amid unresolved ethics investigations.
Montana’s House Judiciary Committee is considering a bill that would allow any law enforcement officer in the state to file a missing child report as soon as a child is reported missing.
A Bozeman hospital has paid out $10 million to settle a federal lawsuit that accused its radiology department of fraud.
Four Montana ranches owned by billionaire Texas brothers Dan and Farris Wilks are being offered for sale.