Deputy Secretary of Education Mick Zais visits Plent…
GLACIER NATIONAL PARK — Sperry’s Chalet’s interior walls and doors are stained a rich chocolate brown, the 52 six-pane windows are installed, and it looks like the construction crews will meet their goal of wrapping up the rebuilding of the historic dormitory before the snow sets in.
A former Iowa and Minnesota man who was at large for almost eight years will be allowed to act as his own attorney to challenge federal gun charges stemming from an incident in Howard County in 2011.
The Rosebud County Sheriff's Department has arrested two suspects in a theft of a vehicle from a football game Friday night in Columbus.
The Montana State Firefighters Memorial Committee will honor a Billings firefighter Saturday who died of a heart attack while fighting a store fire in 1969.
Steve Duganz and his wife woke up early Saturday morning to what sounded like an airplane crashing above them or a tree had fallen nearby.
A replica of a world-record bighorn sheep ram skull found in Montana was presented to Gov. Steve Bullock this week to display in the governor's office permanently.
The 29-year-old Billings man who drove through a construction zone on an I-90 off-ramp in Billings last year, killing a construction worker, was sentenced to prison Thursday.
Shot primarily around Livingston and focused on a period of hardship in the life of one of Scotland’s most important historical figures, the 2019 movie “Robert The Bruce” will have its North American premiere Sunday at the Babcock Theater in downtown Billings.
PRYOR — Chief Plenty Coups State Park invites people to connect with nature through service during the park’s noxious weed education and weed pull from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, in honor of National Public Lands Day.
KALISPELL — After 57 days, a Washington woman's exhaustive search for her missing border collie ended in tears of happiness when the pair were reunited in a Kalispell subdivision.
Cows and bulls wandered onto a grassy field Wednesday afternoon after a semi-truck carrying 37 cattle overturned on Interstate 15 near its junction with Interstate 90.
GREAT FALLS — "The day I got my DUI, I could've run home," said Carl Wells. "I could've run. And I'd still be running today if I wasn't in this great program. I sat there in my truck in tears, crying. I said this is it. This is enough. I said I'm going to end up killing somebody or killing myself."
RED LODGE — Kate Croft, direct services manager at Domestic and Sexual Violence Services of Carbon County, was presented the 2019 Matt Dale Outstanding Advocate of the Year Award by Montana Attorney General Tim Fox at a ceremony in Red Lodge on Sept. 13.
If Billings wants affordable housing in more neighborhoods, it's going to have to look at changing zoning laws, an official from the federal department of Housing and Urban Development said Wednesday.
A district court judge has rejected one defendant’s plea deal and reset him for trial on charges that he and his co-defendant decapitated a man they met at a Billings casino in 2017.
North Dakota's Department of Health has confirmed one case of severe vaping-related lung illness in the state and is investigating six more "probable" cases.
Wyoming Gov. Mark Gordon contacted the Mexican government about the possibility of using the country’s ports to export the state’s coal to markets overseas, an official with the Mexican consulate’s office in Denver said Tuesday.
Yellowstone Caldera Chronicles is a weekly column written by scientists and collaborators of the Yellowstone Volcano Observatory. This week's contribution is from Dan Dzurisin, geologist with the U.S. Geological Survey.
The man who fired 15 times at his probation officers inside his Billings home in 2018 was given the maximum prison term Tuesday.
A Butte man fell down twice near Silver Bow Homes and died under a tree before he was discovered Monday night, police say. They do not suspect foul play.
The Montana Red Cross is partnering with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints during its Day of Service to install free smoke alarms in Billings homes.
Citizens suing Billings over what they call an "illegal tax" on water, waste and sewer bills have responded to the city’s claim that the lawsuit doesn’t meet legal requirements to receive class action certification.
The country’s energy data center tempered forecasts for Western coal production as demand for the mineral declines nationwide and market uncertainty persists, according to a new report released Tuesday by the Energy Information Administration.
Lawyers for a Casper man whom a local judge found immune from a murder prosecution on the basis of a new law filed arguments last week with the state’s highest court, largely outlining the issues to be decided following oral arguments this fall.
Governor's Awards for Excellence in Performance were presented to 267 state employees from across Montana during a banquet Monday afternoon in Helena.
A logging truck rolled backwards off an embankment along State Highway 569 about nine miles south of Anaconda around 5:15 a.m. Monday and caught fire. The driver was either killed or suffered a medical event just before the accident, the Montana Highway Patrol said.
Dana and Jeremiah Jansen would like to announce the birth of their daughter, Jena Leigh Jansen. Jena was born August 13, 2019. She weighed 10lbs 8 oz. and was 21 inches long. Jena joins her brother, Cantor Lane Jansen, who will be 3 in November.
ARLEE — More than 100 visitors worked their way through a garden already filled with 1,000 permanent residents Sunday, all frozen in meditation, as the Ewam Magadha Garden of 1,000 Buddhas hosted its 15th annual Festival for Peace.
Will Graham, grandson of the late Christian evangelist Billy Graham, is in Helena this week for a three-day music and prayer event.