Photos from the Fort Robinson Outbreak Spiritual Run…
First Bank of Montana recently hosted a celebration for students in the Fairfield High School government class. The students participated in, and completed, the First Bank of Montana Financial Foundations Program over the course of the last semester. Their time at the bank was spent celebr…
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is seeking public input on hunting season proposals for 2020 and 2021 hunting seasons. Proposals are available for review and comment online.
In the December plea agreement, Assistant U.S. District Attorney Ryan Weldon recommended the three-year probation term, noting Bryan Berg "joins with the government in the condition of his probation that all rights and privileges to hunt, fish and trap … are revoked for a period of three years."
The male shot Wednesday in an incident involving Missoula Police Department officers was pronounced dead at St. Patrick Hospital, police said Thursday.
A Butte man used a box cutter to stab another man five times outside the Dublin Irish Pub on South Montana Street in the early morning hours of Thanksgiving Day, including once in the throat, prosecutors say.
Montana legislators want to know more about the NorthWestern Energy’s Colstrip Power Plant plans than the utility says it can disclose.
Finding a way to reach a compromise on the long-stalled delisting of Montana Wilderness Study Areas, or conversely the adoption of those lands as wilderness, will take partnerships, a legislative committee was told on Wednesday.
More than two weeks after a 16-year-old Hardin girl disappeared, U.S. Sen. Jon Tester asked the FBI and the Bureau of Indian Affairs to commit all available resources to finding girl.
State Sen. Al Olszewski of Kalispell raised the possibility Wednesday of Montana’s withdrawing from the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes' water compact.
Thursday marked the 140th day since Kaysera Stops Pretty Places was found dead, and medical examiners still don't know the cause of her death.
A Helena woman plead guilty to delivering a young child to a known child rapist in 2017. As a result, the woman is facing a prison sentence of 25 to life.
A deadly summer on Montana’s highways and byways eased up in late fall. In the end the fatality toll in 2019 approached the previous year’s near-record low of the post-World War II era.
New Approach Montana, a Montana group backed by heavy hitters in reforms across the country, submitted two ballot initiative drafts on Monday to put marijuana legalization on the 2020 ballot.
Montana lawmakers have been assured twice that DEQ would have the funding, but DEQ came up short both times. Now they're skeptical DEQ will make good on this third promise.
The spiritual run is a way for youth to remember the few Northern Cheyenne who survived the Jan. 9, 1879, breakout from Fort Robinson, Nebraska.
The Montana Board of Regents approved a new operating agreement between the University of Montana and the UM Foundation Tuesday, including some changes to how much input UM has on how donations are used.
Railroads and their impact on western tourism from 1880 to 1940 will be the topic of a presentation on Jan. 27 in Cody, Wyoming.
The young bull dubbed "Bullwinkle" by its rescuers was euthanized after he continued to lie on the riverbank for the third day in a row in the brutal cold, unable to stand.
A federal appeals court is allowing a Forest Service project southwest of Helena to proceed while also allowing the agency to reevaluate a portion of its original decision.
A 19-year-old Dillon woman has been arrested and charged with deliberate homicide in the death of 49-year-old Larry Coon, a Navy veteran and long-time Dillon resident.
A blister beetle, a bug that when crushed during harvest secretes a deadly toxin, is being blamed for the deaths of 14 horses at Red Ridge Ranch Riding Stable in Mauston, Wisconsin.
The plaintiff alleged the company’s owner declined to promote her and then forced her to resign after she refused to enroll in courses put on by the Church of Scientology.
On Monday, family and volunteers left the rest stop where 16-year-old Selena Not Afraid was last seen. "The FBI are here," her auntie said, and added the family is putting their faith in law enforcement to find her.
A segment on Jermain Charlo's missing persons case aired on Live PD last year yielded about a dozen leads, Missoula Police Detective Guy Baker said. All were dead ends, but the spur in activity has Baker and Charlo's family hopeful for resolution in 2020.
In the same year that Yellowstone National Park marks the 25th anniversary of gray wolf reintroduction, Colorado voters will have the power to pass or reject an initiative that would require its state wildlife division to reintroduce wolves by 2023.
In the hills around Rapelje, where jackrabbits far outnumber people, there’s a renewable energy powerhouse in the making.
Montana tobacco shops are getting used to turning people younger than 21 away, now that it's illegal to sell tobacco products to people younger than 21 in the U.S.
FORT WASHAKIE, Wyoming — A community-based project dedicated to honoring service members from all branches of the U.S. military, including veterans and active military is planned to open this summer.