Posted: Sep 25, 2013 9:29 AM by MTN News
Updated: Sep 25, 2013 9:30 AM
Top stories from Montana this Morning, Wednesday, Sept. 25, 2013:
Shooting death: We now know the identity of the man who died this weekend after being shot last Friday in Bozeman. Larry Clayton, 24, died of gunshot wounds to the lower extremities at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle.
County attorney Marty Lambert plans to change one of the attempted deliberate homicide charges to deliberate homicide as soon as Wednesday afternoon.
Petition to remove District Court Judge Todd Baugh: The National Organization of Women filed a complaint against the Billings Judge for his comments and leniency on a rape case.. The 14-year old victim later committed suicide.
I-90 Interchange: The new interchange will run about 25 below the interstate and connect Alaska road on the south side of the interstate to frontage road on the northside and continue onto the airport.
Hugette Clark estate: A deal has been reached in Huguette Clark's estate.
Lawyers in the court battle over the $300 million estate made the deal this morning, just before the jury selection was set to resume according to the New York Daily News.
Manhattan School wins national award: Manhattan Elementary, the only school in Montana to be honored with a blue ribbon for overall academic excellence.