Now that Trooper Wade Palmer is home, MHP command staff and Attorney General Tim Fox will discuss his return and update the public on what’s next.
Montana Highway Patrol Trooper Wade Palmer has returned home.
A Missing/Endangered Person Advisory has been issued for a 9-year-old boy last seen in Browning on May 13.
The arrangement for Gov. Steve Bullock’s state security detail, and who pays for it, is defined in a memorandum between the Montana Highway Patrol and the governor’s office — not in state law, as Bullock indicated last week while campaigning in Iowa.
The Great Falls City Commission passed a resolution Tuesday night to raise the cost at downtown parking meters.
A mountain lion found in Helena city limits has been killed and removed by Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks.
Unsettled weather pattern continues into the weekend
The Judith Basin Conservation District is hosting its annual range school on May 29 and 30.
Aside from math, science and reading, Giant Spring Elementary school fourth graders were taught another lesson.
Montana Attorney General Tim Fox announced the implementation plans for several bills passed by the 2019 Montana Legislature that address missing Indigenous persons.
The City of Great Falls will not be able to livestream or record meetings for the next few weeks as officials are upgrading outdated audio and video equipment.
The alleged victims of a Thomas Carnival worker accused of sexual assault testified throughout the day Tuesday.
Rallies were held across the United States Tuesday in support of women’s reproductive rights.
The Montana Firefighter Testing Consortium is in its second day at the Montana ExpoPark.
The Montana Lottery will operate sports wagering, which will be rolled out within 12 months — likely sooner. While no specific dates have been set, the public will likely be able to bet on the 2020 Super Bowl.