Montana Public Radio

Evening Newscast 9-30-19

Sep 30, 2019

Gov. Steve Bullock declared an emergency Sunday for areas hit by an early-season storm.

Gov. Steve Bullock is applying to be the first Democrat in the presidential primary who accepts public financing for his campaign.

Montana's minimum wage will increase 15 cents an hour to $8.65 in January.

A semi hauling a trailer full of roping steers caught fire on Interstate 94 near Hysham Monday morning.

The Blackfeet Tribe and Montanans on the east of the Rocky Mountain Front are just beginning to dig out of a record breaking early-season snowstorm.

Inspections for aquatic invasive species continue through October, but the state has already set an annual record for the number of watercraft inspected.

Hospitals in southwest Montana say Helena patients with high-risk pregnancies will soon have access to a new women’s and children's health care team from Bozeman.

A man suffered severe burns after falling into thermal water near the cone of Old Faithful Geyser in Yellowstone National Park Sunday.

For the first time ever, once toxic water from the Berkeley Pit, Butte’s abandoned open pit copper mine, is being pumped, treated and discharged into Silver Bow Creek.