Montana Public Radio

Evening Newscast 10-28-19

Oct 28, 2019

The falling snow in Montana will impact the commute both Monday night and Tuesday morning for western, central and south central regions of the state.

In Missoula, public officials are warning of treacherous road conditions.

The University of Montana is holding a vape turn-in drive amid national concerns about deaths and illnesses tied to vaping.

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is investigating several recent human-caused grizzly bear deaths in southwest Montana.

Montana Congressman Greg Gianforte is holding a public town hall over the phone Monday night.

On Monday, Montana health officials announced two more cases of lung injury associated with vaping, and say they're investigating other possible cases.

A Virginia man was killed in Philipsburg Saturday (10.26) after a vehicle hit him while he opened a gate for the driver.

A California man who told the Montana Highway Patrol he had been in Yellowstone National Park to visit Yogi Bear, has been sentenced to prison for possessing over 8 pounds of methamphetamine.

The U.S. State Department will host the only public meeting over its recently updated draft environmental statement for the Keystone XL pipeline Tuesday in Billings.