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Evening Newscast 09-04-19

Today the EPA released the changes it wants to make to the existing 1998 legal cleanup plan for a 170-square-mile portion of the Anaconda Smelter Superfund site.

The Bitterroot National Forest’s first prescribed burns of the fall could begin Saturday in the Lake Como/Lost Horse area.

Enjoying these hot, late summer days? Soak it up while you can. Fall-like weather is fast approaching.

Large swaths of Montana and Wyoming are facing critical fire danger today.

Montana is developing an electronic health information exchange to allow provider access to a patient's complete medical record to improve coordination of care, eliminate duplicate tests and reduce health care costs.

For over a year, a grassroots group in Butte has been asking for proof that the final Superfund cleanup planned for the Mining City won’t inhibit their dream of a free flowing Silver Bow Creek in the future.

The head of a national union spoke to the press about labor concerns in the mining industry ahead of CNN’s climate-focused town hall tonight.

Smoke may be visible in the mountains east of Missoula this fall as the Bureau of Land Management conducts several controlled burns.

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