MTPR

Evening Newscast 06-10-19

Jun 10, 2019

The U.S. Supreme Court agreed Monday to hear an appeal from the Atlantic Richfield Co.

A judge awarded more than $500,000 to the family of a quadriplegic man who died from complications from an injury he suffered inside a Montana care facility.

A Montana judge has dropped two counts in a complaint claiming the Miles City school district failed to stop an athletic trainer from sexually abusing as many as 100 boys under the guise of improving athletic performance.

Federal authorities are taking public comments on a plan to conduct an extensive environmental study involving killing wolves and other predators in Idaho that attack livestock, deer and elk.

The state is reassessing the possibility of building a new Montana history museum at the site of the now demolished Capital Hill Mall in Helena.

The first Democratic candidate for Montana governor has filed her paperwork with state regulators.

A Montana man died in a crash after a deer ran in front of an ATV on U.S. Highway 12 near Townsend.

Authorities have confirmed a second case of measles in the Idaho panhandle.