Top stories on KXLH for the evening of Wednesday, February 4:
-Montana’s Democratic Governor Steve Bullock says corporate money, especially from secret donors, is corrupting politics. Thursday, he and Republican Senator Duane Ankney introduced the Montana Disclose Act, saying it would end “dark money” in Montana politics.
-Bullock is also Chairman of the Democratic Governors Association; which, Like its Republican counterpart, has raised millions of dollars on corporate contributions, including “dark money” through outside groups. Bullock has promised that the “dark money” will end, but some opponents remain skeptical. Click here for details.
-After a close vote Wednesday, the Senate passed a measure Thursday to allow guns on college campuses. Click here for details.
-New technology means new ways to invade your privacy. MTN’s Sanjay Talwani goes on special assignment to uncover just how much technology is invading our privacy. Tune in to KXLH tonight at 10:00pm for details.
-Two children have died after falling through the ice on a pond east of Sand Coulee Thursday. Click here to read more.
-An East Helena man accused of two counts of assault with a weapon and partner family member assault says he didn’t do it. Click here for details.
-Peter John Bailor has pleaded not guilty to felony theft charges in connection with break-ins at multiple storage units.