Montana Public Radio

Evening Newscast 10-16-19

Oct 16, 2019

Montana’s political leaders are overwhelmingly male.

A former Blackfeet tribal chairman has made a deal with prosecutors to plead guilty to reduced charges connected to allegations that he stole from the Montana tribe's Head Start program.

State health officials say a teenager has died related to a vaping-associated illness.

A Montana college faculty union has filed a grievance against the University of Montana, claiming the school heavily relies on adjunct instructors.

A prescribed fire in Missoula’s Rattlesnake corridor is sending up plumes of smoke today.

Two grizzly bear cubs were killed by a train northwest of Whitefish.

A federal civil rights agency filed a sexual harassment lawsuit on the behalf of a former electric cooperative employee in northeastern Montana.

Republican Steve Daines reported bringing in $1.2 million from donors and political committees over the last three months as he seeks a second term as Montana's junior U.S. senator.