While snow moves through the region Thursday morning, crews are tackling Montana’s roadways.
State leaders say people over 65 are the top targets for financial abuse and exploitation.
Triplet Angus calves were a recent surprise for the longtime rancher.
At least one family is displaced after a structure fire reignited in Sun Prairie early Thursday morning.
Blowing and drifting snow could reduce visibility to less than half of a mile
Below is a list of school closures and delays…
Ten resort communities from around Montana are asking the state Legislature to let them increase the resort tax to help pay for infrastructure needs.
While there have multiple rumors of a case of measles in Great Falls this winter, the Cascade City-County Health Department confirmed there has not been a positive test of the measles.
The “Hippy Hippy Shake” made significant progress towards becoming Montana’s official Rock and Roll song.
A Cascade County judge described the sentencing for Richard Tome Wednesday as the harshest he’s ever given.
While on patrol Wednesday, two Cascade County Sheriff’s deputies noticed something laying on the side of the road.
As February ushers in more winter weather, roads will be impacted.
The heaviest band of snow sets up Wednesday night.
Students from Lincoln Elementary and both C.M. Russell High School and Great Falls High School had the opportunity to be guest presenters at the Great Falls Ad Club Wednesday afternoon.
Republicans on the House Judiciary Committee voted unanimously Wednesday to kill the bill to abolish the death penalty in Montana.