MTPR

Evening Newscast 10-04-18

Oct 4, 2018

Montana is getting half a million dollars from a new federal grant to train teachers and students on school safety, following the mass shooting earlier this year at a high school in Parkland Florida.

Montana's attorney general is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to reconsider a 2003 ruling that says it's unconstitutional to bring new criminal charges after a state's statute of limitations for the crime has expired.

U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke has scheduled a visit next week to Montana, where he's expected to finalize a proposal to block new mining claims on the forested public lands just outside Yellowstone National Park.

A school bus full of Browning students and staff was turned away from a Flathead-area convenience store for the second time in a year.

Republican Senator Steve Daines says he's going to attend his daughter's wedding back home in Montana on Saturday regardless of a possible weekend Senate vote on Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

A debate between Montana’s U.S. Senate candidates scheduled for this Saturday has been postponed.

The Associated Press has released a fact check on Republican U.S. Senate candidate Matt Rosendale’s claims that Incumbent Democratic Senator Jon Tester put off meetings with Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

A group of Jamaican citizens is suing a private ski and golf resort in Montana, claiming they were "robbed of tips and service charges" while working there over the last year.

The historic Dumas Brothel in Uptown Butte has been sold at a tax deed auction for $29,000.