The bears walked closer to the house, where this video was taken.
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The educational event was part of Week Without Violence, a global movement to end violence against women and girls.
A customer won $500 and decided to tip Hunts Along $50.
The Miles City Unified School District launched Monday a lawsuit of its own in response to a civil lawsuit filed in early October against the district and its former longtime athletic trainer
The Billings Police Department is seeking more help from the public in the case of a missing Billings woman.
Elouise Cobell’s legacy stretches from north-central Montana to Washington, D.C. and the public was given the chance on Tuesday to watch her story unfold.
People who suffer from life-threatening allergies who need to fill their prescriptions for EpiPens continue to face a national shortage that started in May.
The ceremony was largely dedicated to Lieutenant Colonel M. Herb Goodwin, for whom an event room in the office is dedicated to.
Many know Jay Owenhouse as an illusionist whose show has toured around the nation, but there’s something many don’t know about one of his tigers.
FWP works closely with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to determine what to do with bear incidents like this attack because they are listed as threatened on the Endangered Species List.
The victim said that the majority of the time that they met, Strommen was in uniform and on duty.
Elouise Cobell has been inducted into the Native American Hall Of Fame. Cobell is best known for being the lead plaintiff in the groundbreaking class-action
Medicare open enrollment for 2018 runs from October 15 to December 7 and officials are reminding people to be aware of the new changes this year.
Firefighting is already one of the most dangerous professions and Montana’s fire chiefs learned last week that firefighters could still be in danger even if the fire is out.
“Dear extra body fat, you have two options: make your way into my boobs or get the f- out”.