KRTV 5:30 News & Video (Tuesday April 21)
- There have been a total of 437 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Montana, an increase of four since Monday. There have been 12 deaths to date, 59 hospitalizations, and 273 recovered patients. Click here for details.
- As a way to honor the five people who have died from COVID-19 in Toole County, iFlyBigSky did an “Honor-Flight” over the town of Shelby. Click here to read more.
- On Monday, US oil to be delivered in May settled at -$37.60 per barrel, the first negative close in history. Click here for more information.
- Just about every industry has felt the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, including the tourism industry in Great Falls and across Montana. Click here for details.
- Choteau artist Leslie Kesler and Ennis artist Cathy Toot created a Facebook page called Painting For The Pantry, where artists can sell paintings for $50, and the proceeds are donated to food bank or pantry of their choice. Click here to learn more.
- Firehouse Steamers will be opening soon in Great Falls, serving up brats, hot dogs, and desserts. Click here to read more.