MTPR

Evening Newscast 06-12-19

Jun 12, 2019

Vice President Mike Pence is pushing a combination of tough law enforcement and treatment for addicts to combat Montana's methamphetamine crisis.

A three-year fight over a proposed water bottling plant near Kalispell continues on several fronts.

A jury in Seattle has awarded $4 million in damages to a Montana woman for injuries she suffered after being ejected from a duck boat tour vehicle in a crash that killed five college students and injured dozens.

The Wyoming Department of Health yesterday reported its first case of West Nile Virus this year involving an adult in the northeastern part of the state.

A man was killed and another person was injured when the vehicle they were riding in crashed on Two Medicine Road in the southeastern part of Glacier National Park near the Blackfeet Indian Reservation.

More than 120 people including state, tribal and local law enforcement, attended a public training today in Helena on gathering information and investigating missing persons.

Providence Montana today announced it will break ground on a multimillion dollar medical office building across from MIssoula’s St. Patrick Hospital.