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Three deaths by suicide in late June and early July and a series of suicide attempts on the Fort Belknap Reservation have prompted the tribal government to declare a state of emergency.
If you've seen a wolverine muscling across U.S. Highway 2 near Glacier National Park, it's time to bend the ear — or email — of a Montana official.
The Little Rock Creek fire southwest of Lake Como was put out Monday morning by a crew of four firefighters who were flown in by helicopter on Saturday.
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.
KALISPELL — Montana wildlife officials say they have euthanized a grizzly bear after it killed 29 sheep and 11 lambs over a two-week period at a sheep bedding ground.
A man died on the top of Beartooth Pass Saturday when his motorcycle went off the side of the road into a dry creek bed, according to the Montana Highway Patrol.
BOZEMAN — Young cancer survivors have taken flight from their troubles in small planes over Montana’s Rocky Mountains in an unusual program.
The city of Libby is emerging as a test case for how an urban community in Montana deals with chronic wasting disease, according to Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks.
Fifty years after astronaut Neil Armstrong became the first human to set foot on the moon, teams of Montana students competed near Helena to re-create the lunar landing using drones and remote control technology at a major NASA hosted competition.
A former U.S. Air Force law enforcement officer from Montana was sentenced to federal prison on Friday for leveraging his position to have young boys send him nude photos and videos.
County officials will hold a discussion at Clark Park this Tuesday night to air concerns about vandalism there and at other Butte parks and get ideas from the public on how to fight it.
The owner of a shuttered Billings massage parlor has admitted to buying a bus ticket to Montana for a woman to work in his businesses.
A male grizzly bear who gained notoriety last year after digging holes into a Stevensville golf course was euthanized this week after a series of break-ins in outbuildings and dumpsters around Seeley Lake and Woodworth.
A Missoula man convicted in the 2014 shooting death of a German exchange student was back in court Thursday, seeking a new trial.
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.
Montana's Attorney General Tim Fox will make a visit to Fairfield tomorrow morning as he campaigns for governor.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is proposing to drill a water well 3.5 miles west of Garneill in yet another step for a long-term project to bring well water to about 5,000 central Montana households.
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.
NEW YORK — The most expensive hotel in the United States can be found in the western state of Montana, according to a new survey by Luxury-Hotels.com.
After Cheryl Horning's father, Victor Hergett, returned to Pearl Harbor in 1975, the first time since it was bombed by Japan, he had nightmares for a week.
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.
The video shows a man wandering around, pulling a gun, scaring and allegedly threatening two hospital employees, and shooting seven times into walls, doors and an elevator.