Montana Public Radio

Evening Newscast 10-04-19

Oct 4, 2019

Democratic presidential candidate Steve Bullock raised nearly 2.3 million dollars over the past three months, collecting more than he did the previous quarter.

A Canadian man has been sentenced to two years of probation for not doing enough to prevent the hazardous conditions that led to an explosion that injured three workers at an oil processing plant in southeastern Montana.

Yellowstone County officials are investigating a homicide after the body of a missing woman was found in a wooded area outside Laurel.

U.S. forest officials have announced details of a proposed Montana land exchange that would increase public access.

State Senator and Republican gubernatorial candidate Albert Olszewski (OLE’-sheh-ski) picked a running mate yesterday for his bid to win the party’s nomination in 2020.

The National Weather Service released data confirming that September was a very wet, snowy month for Montana.

A retired Roman Catholic priest in Montana who pleaded guilty to receiving child pornography has been sentenced to five years in prison.

A woman who ran a drug ring through the mail with her father from their Billings home has been sentenced to five years in prison.

A federal judge is requiring the U.S. Forest Service to do more analysis on whether planned road closures would actually restrict public use in a proposed logging project in the Kootenai (KOOT-nee) National Forest.