Montana Public Radio

Evening Newscast 10-11-19

Oct 11, 2019

Montana’s Mining City inches closer and closer to having a final Superfund deal for the cleanup of the Butte Hill and urban creek corridors, but the ink still isn’t quite dry. Nora Saks reports.

The Montana Historical Society is interested in the cabin where the Unabomber lived after a Washington, D.C. museum announced plans to return it to the FBI next year, its current owner.

 Access to medication-assisted treatments for opioid addiction is expanding in Montana.

Snowfall has closed a road in Yellowstone National Park for the season.

Democrats in the Flathead Valley will select three candidates next week to replace House Rep. Zac Perry, who resigned in September.

Montana authorities say a 57-year-old Laurel woman whose body was found in a wooded ravine was strangled to death.