CORVALLIS, Ore. — Oregon State University researchers have developed a new computer model for calculating the water content of snowpacks, providing an important tool for water resource managers and avalanche forecasters as well as scientists.

Montana teachers went on a field trip to the Beartooths to learn how not just to teach geology to their students, but also to teach them to think like a geologist. 

A Wyoming rock climber’s installation of routes in a popular Bighorn Mountain canyon has the Forest Service concerned and the sport’s athletes divided.

Authorities in Glacier National Park are investigating after tourists were captured on video hitting golf balls off Going-to-the-Sun Road.

Only a week after Yellowstone National Park's fire management officer predicted the wet summer could quickly turn dry and favorable for forest fires, the park's first wildland fire of the year was detected on July 17 by hikers on the Sevenmile Hole Trail.

WHITEFISH — Professors, activists and survivors gathered at a conference in Whitefish on Wednesday to share research and experiences with an injury that plagues both athletes and veterans: concussions and traumatic brain injury.

Darrian Johnson was always quite the prankster. He passed his sense of humor and playful spirit onto his children. On Wednesday, his wife Cari Johnson, daughter Scarlett and son Hank spoke of his many jokes and pranks.

A genetically modified wheat variety experimentally seeded in Montana and six other states has been identified by federal investigators as the rogue grain discovered in a Washington field.