The top editor at the Journal of the American Medical Association has been sidelined amid outcry from Black physicians over a tweet and podcast on structural racism.
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MISSOULA - Organizers are rescheduling the start date for the Out to Lunch and Downtown ToNight Summer Series in Missoula to June 17 and June 18 due to coronavirus concerns.
BUTTE- It was a shooting that shocked the state of Montana and the nation, 25 years ago when 11-year-old Jeremy Bullock, nephew of Montana Governor Steve Bullock, was shot and killed by accident on a playground in Butte.
SPOKANE, Wash. - Spokane Mayor David Condon has named a selection committee to work with the executive recruiting firm to narrow the list of 31 candidates to be Spokane next Police Chief. The selection committee will work with Strategic Government Resources to identify a list of semifinalists by June 1.
LONDON (AP)- The chairman of BP says embattled chief executive Tony Hayward is being relieved of day-to-day responsibility for managing the Gulf of Mexico oil spill. According to the transcript of an interview with Sky News television released Friday, chairman Carl-Henric Svanberg says that Hayward "is now handing over the operations, the daily operations to (BP Managing Director) Bob Dudley."
Helena, MT - Thursday's meeting of the Montana Drought Advisory Committee has been canceled...because of rain. Jackie Williams, executive assistant to the lieutenant governor, says drought committee members didn't want to travel through the storms.
11:45 p.m. Idaho - Idaho ranks last in a new nationwide survey of regulation and oversight of child care centers. Earlier this week, the Idaho House's Health and Welfare Committee voted down a bill requiring minimum safety standards and criminal background checks for day care centers.