The Senate voted Tuesday for bills that include $3.8 billion to combat opioid and other drug abuse.
Wlady and Shannon Growchowski of La Chatelaine Chocolat Company share a life-long passion for chocolates. Together the couple opened a shop in downtown Bozeman, handcrafting
I-185, which will be decided by voters in November, would increase state tobacco taxes by about $74 million a year
HELENA – Supporters of tougher laws in the fight against driving under the influence of alcohol and drugs gathered in front of the Capitol on
Whenever a child is reported missing in Montana, law enforcement agencies work quickly to determine the circumstances.
The “MTN Zero Suicide Initiative” aims to tell the stories of our state and provide suicide prevention information and resources.
Lynn Guyer, a 30-year veteran from the Idaho corrections system, has been selected as the new warden of the Montana State Prison. Montana Department of
Yellowstone National Park officials reported the number of people who visited in August dropped 11 percent compared to one year ago.
The fire season has affected August visitor numbers for Glacier National Park.
The Howe Ridge fire is 13,671 acres while the Boundary fire is 2,896 acres.
It’s an issue lawmakers and other leaders are now calling an “epidemic.”
In an attempt to get its candidates back on the Montana ballot this fall, the Montana Green Party has sued the state in federal court, seeking to void part of Montana’s requirements for political parties to qualify for the ballot.
Montana DNRC said current firefighting resources are stretched thin across not only Montana, but the nation.
There are dozens of people included in the database at any given time.
Court documents filed on August 10th allege that Garcia sexually assaulted a total of four females between July 30 and August 1.