The U.S. Supreme Court last week ruled that the National Collegiate Athletics Association’s current policy for compensating student athletes goes against anti-trust laws, which may eventually lead to students getting paid in the future. Former University of Montana Athletic Director Jim O’Day thinks this may lead to issues for NCAA beyond just compensation, though.
With the pacific northwest and areas across Montana experiencing record-breaking heat throughout the week, simple actions like walking on asphalt can result in injury. Dr. Beth Ebel with the University of Washington School of Medicine on what people should be mindful of in this type of weather.
The Montana Department of Environmental Quality retained last week’s approval to clean up groundwater contamination at the Colstrip Power Plant’s Evaporation Ponds. Northern News Network’s Eric Young has more.
Three Helena Valley men were recently charged with animal cruelty after investigators seized 58 horses found to be in poor health. Our capitol correspondent Troy Shockley has more on the men and the horses.
General Matt Quinn is a former Adjutant General in Montana who is now Under Secretary of Veterans Affairs for Memorial Affairs. He recently talked about his goals with this new position.
Billings School District 2 Elementary School has a financial deficit, which has many asking if there will be a School Levy. District Superintendent Greg Upham.