Evening Newscast 01-16-19
Bills revising sex crimes laws are being introduced in Helena.
Montana Gov. Steve Bullock is in no hurry to announce plans to run in the 2020 election.
Montana’s senior U.S. senator wants to ensure the ongoing partial government shutdown doesn’t hamper farmers’ ability to grow hemp.
Montana authorities have identified the person who died when a sport utility vehicle crashed into the snowmobile he was riding as a 60-year-old man from Alabama.
U.S. government attorneys have asked a federal judge in Montana to dismiss allegations that a Trump administration panel reviewing royalties paid by fossil fuel companies is stacked with industry supporters.
Montana State University and University of Montana students are on average tens of thousands of dollars in debt after four years in school, leading lawmakers to consider making financial education a bigger part of the university's responsibility. But the idea could violate the state constitution.
The Helena Independent Record is reporting a small airplane crashed near Townsend Wednesday afternoon, making it the second plane to crash in Broadwater County in two weeks.
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