Montana Public Radio

Evening Newscast 10-22-19

Oct 22, 2019

The Montana Supreme Court on Tuesday ruled that a Missoula ordinance that would have expanded background checks to private gun sales violates state law.

Kalispell Regional Healthcare announced Tuesday that an email data breach this summer may have exposed the personal and private health care information of nearly 130,000 of its patients. 

A Montana man has pleaded guilty to charges that he fatally stabbed his 72-year-old father two years ago. 

A Three Forks man has paid just over $12,000 in restitution in a workers' compensation fraud case after investigators found he was competing in motocross races while saying he was unable to work.

Montana authorities have announced funeral plans for a sheriff's deputy who was killed in a vehicle accident while responding to a call for help.