Montana Public Radio

Evening Newscast 10-03-19

Oct 3, 2019

A major western U.S. utility is speeding up plans to use less coal-fired power over the next decade.

A California man was sentenced to federal prison after claiming he had oil leases on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation in order to defraud investors of millions.

Missoula businesswoman and philanthropist Whitney Williams announced Thursday she’s running for governor. 

Crop land, golf courses, lawns. None are safe from feral hogs that Montana livestock officials say are potentially poised to invade the state.

Federal prosecutors have announced plans to prosecute crimes in Montana involving $20,000 or more taken from older people.

Gov. Steve Bullock has once again failed to qualify for the primary debate stage in his bid for the presidency.

Gov. Steve Bullock is pushing back against fundraising laws that have allowed federal officeholders seeking the presidency to transfer millions from their existing campaign accounts.