On Wednesday, Helena’s Capital Hill Mall was quiet. But on Thursday, heavy equipment could be on the move, as the mall building is set for demolition.
Montana and Regional News
Violent crimes across the state of Montana have increased 34 percent from 2010 to 2016, according to the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
Traffic continues to be an issue for anyone traveling west of Missoula.
A four-story apartment complex that was under construction on Babcock and 7th Avenue in Bozeman was destroyed by an early morning fire.
While February has proven to be persistent for sub-zero temperatures and snow, winter is showing no signs of letting up.
The Montana Department of Transportation reported Wednesday that a snow slide is blocking both westbound lanes on Interstate 90 approximately one mile east of the Montana/Idaho border on Lookout Pass.
Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks is proposing new no-wake zones on Canyon Ferry Reservoir to help protect boat ramps and cabin sites.
The Department of Environmental Quality has released its findings ahead of the demolition of Capital Hill Mall in Helena.
Former Miles City athletic trainer plea hearing continued as judge asks prosecutors for more evidence
The change of plea hearing for the former Miles City athletic trainer accused of sexually abusing dozens of boys was continued Tuesday.
The Montana Department of Agriculture is seeking applicants for a Montana Hemp Advisory Committee after hemp growers unanimously supported the committee’s formation during two public meetings.
From west to east, Interstate 90 pumps millions of dollars of commerce into the state, and Montanans travel it for business and pleasure. But in term of the drug trade, this major arterial road also leaves Montana exposed.
A 48-year-old Great Falls woman died Friday after her car slid off the road in sub-zero temperatures and she was unable to enter her house.
The Gallatin City-County Health Department has confirmed that three children in Gallatin County have been diagnosed with mumps.
The family of Ashley Loring HeavyRunner are still searching for answers after she went missing 20 months ago.
Great Falls’ very own Brett Bruggeman claimed the first place title for the 300-mile Race to the Sky in Lincoln.