Montana Morning State News Headlines for Wednesday, April 10
No measles cases have been reported in Montana yet, however health officials are keeping a lookout for cases that could be headed east on I-90 from Washington and Oregon.
A man arrested for meth two weeks ago was arrested yet again early Sunday morning. 38 year-old Zachary Putnam is charged with possession of dangerous drugs.
House Majority Leader Brad Tschida was urging legislators to pass Senate Bill 331 to help NorthWestern Energy obtain a reliable source of power from the Colstrip plant.
A 70 percent chance of rain and snow in western Montana today, with highs only in the mid 40's.