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Evening Newscast 09-18-19

The attorney for a Montana lawmaker who successfully sued the state over an ethics law says House Majority Leader Brad Tschida will use the $75,000 he was awarded to pay his legal fees.

The Federal Communications Commission says Montana needs to return $2 million to the state's 911 account.

An Ohio resident died Monday in a two-vehicle crash outside Glacier National Park, according to Montana Highway Patrol. 

Providence St. Patrick Hospital held a groundbreaking ceremony Tuesday for a new $126-million, six-story building addition to its downtown Missoula campus.

A high-ranking federal education official has toured Pryor public schools and Billings' Skyview High School to highlight their programs.

Montana officials say a Washington state man remains in stable condition and two New Mexico men have been treated and released after back-to-back grizzly bear attacks in the same area.

Glacier National Park’s new plan to address congestion in the park drew a crowd of 70 people last night in the Flathead Valley.

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