Ground under homes in the Copper Ridge subdivision is collapsing, and homeowners there have sued the engineers, arguing their diagnoses of the soil issues didn't go far enough to correct the problem.
The former operator of the Testicle Festival, who had been scheduled to be in court last week to discuss damages stemming from a fatal accident after the event two years ago, has filed for bankruptcy.
Two Missoula-area U.S. Forest Service law enforcement officers have been honored with the Department of Agriculture's Unsung Hero Awards, for their action in the 2017 rescue of a baby in the Lolo National Forest.
Montana’s campaign cop has abandoned a complaint against Montana Family Foundation, saying he lacks the time and resources to pursue in court.
DAVENPORT, IOWA — Montana Gov. Steve Bullock said Saturday that he was recently asked why it took him so long to announce his candidacy for the Democratic nomination for the 2020 presidential election.
The alleged victim of a domestic violence report was found following search and rescue efforts near mile marker 14 on Highway 93 North on Saturday afternoon.
Continuing to invest in Yellowstone National Park, two concessionaires are seeking permission to add RV sites, small modular homes and laundry and bathroom facilities to alleviate crowding for seasonal workers at Canyon Village and West Yellowstone.
A Butte woman wanted in connection with a dispute that left a man dead in the Williamsburg neighborhood last year was arrested Thursday in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho.
WASHINGTON – The initial public offering of Uber shares this month fell short of expectations, but there’s at least one audience where the ride-sharing service dominates: members of Congress.
Interior Secretary David Bernhardt expressed increasing certainty that potentially multiple agencies under his administration would see significant staff, if not entire the entire headquarters, moved west, out of Washington, D.C.