Evening Newscast: Friday, July 28

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Yellowstone National Park is taking action against up to a dozen employees after an investigation found some female workers were subjected to sexual harassment and other problems.

Montana faces twin threats this summer: On land, crews are battling some of the biggest and most destructive fires in the country. In the water, officials are staving off the spread of invasive mussels that could cause millions of dollars of damage to hydropower dams and irrigation lines

A small airplane on a training flight this afternoon landed safely on Interstate 15 north of Helena after experiencing a mechanical problem.

Federal charges have been filed in Nebraska against a man suspected of being the "AK-47 bandit," who is accused of robbing banks in five states.