Evening Newscast 09-03-19
A 35-year-old man was shot and killed by Missoula police officers responding to a report of possible drug activity.
Crews are trying to finish digging control lines around the 20-acre Welcome 1002 Fire burning a few miles southwest of the town of Hot Springs on the Flathead Indian Reservation.
The Montana Secretary of State's Office has decided how to distribute $750,000 in federal grant money to upgrade voting equipment across the state's 56 counties.
A Whitefish man died inside Glacier National Park yesterday, apparently due to a heart attack.
After a prolonged strike and a string of workplace fatalities in South Africa, executives at Sibanye-Stillwater are leaning heavily on the mining company's Montana platinum mines to turn things around.
A report by the Montana Department of Labor and Industry says the state's tight labor market could continue through 2025 as more people retire each year than join the workforce.
Montana officials say the state won't offer sports betting until the end of the year, and possibly longer.
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