On Sunday’s Face the State, we examine Senate Bill 160, also known as the health and safety bill.
Nikki Davalos and Kat Whitish were having coffee one morning when they came up with LOVE, Linking Our Voices Everyday.
A Great Falls man has been sentenced for sexual intercourse without consent.
This is the first time Great Falls Fire Rescue and Great Falls College MSU have teamed up for a paramedic program.
Kiersten McCutchan has been active her whole life, but suffered from illnesses that remained hidden for many years.
The company that restored the Cascade County Courthouse roof is up for an award.
The family of Ashley Loring HeavyRunner are still searching for answers after she went missing 20 months ago.
A Great Falls teenager is giving back to the community through the Boy Scouts.
The FBI has confirmed they are investigating the January 12th incident.
The Cascade City-County Health Department is helping nursing students get hands-on training.
A Great Falls coffee shop will soon close its doors after 14 years of business.
On Monday, firefighters with Great Falls Fire Rescue were able to use Longfellow Elementary School for training.
A portion of Great Falls went without power for about five hours Thursday morning.
Firefighters are one step closer to getting the health and safety bill passed in the Montana legislature.
Superintendent Tammy Lacey said there are many factors that go into deciding if they will cancel school.
A new childcare facility recently opened its doors on the east side of Great Falls.
Military marketing firm Viqtory recently named Great Falls College MSU a Military Friendly School.
The Cascade County Sheriff is warning the public about the dangers of fentanyl after a string of overdoses in the state.
It’s not every day you see a firefighter climbing stairs in the middle of a grocery store.
A lawsuit that was filed against the Montana Public Service Commission and NorthWestern Energy had its first hearing since 2017.