During a hearing Tuesday night, the City Commission will hear public comment regarding a hot topic in Great Falls: downtown parking.
The government is taking a unique approach to control the record-breaking population of wild horses: paying you $1,000 to adopt one.
Dick Anderson Construction of Great Falls has been awarded a $4.73 million contract for the second phase of the Sperry Chalet construction in Glacier National Park.
Governor Steve Bullock has created a new advisory council to help examine the current conditions of Montana’s forests and mitigate wildfire danger.
A Great Falls teacher has found a way to keep sleepy seniors awake.
Former Speaker of the Montana House Austin Knudsen, a Republican from Culbertson, on Monday became the fourth person to enter the 2020 race for attorney general in Montana.
The trial for a Great Falls man started Monday after his original plea agreement was thrown out by the Montana Supreme Court.
The Montana Department of Justice said a Montana Highway Patrol Trooper injured in a shooting outside of Missoula in March will be discharged from a Salt Lake City hospital this week.
Expect widespread showers across the Plains and heavy snow above 6,000 ft.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has extended the public comment deadline on a proposal to delist the gray wolf in the lower 48 states and return management of the species to the states and tribes.
This week’s One Class At A Time recipient will help East Middle School students learn more about chemistry.
State Auditor Matt Rosendale is urging Montana lawmakers to vote to override Gov. Steve Bullock’s veto of a bill designed to reduce the cost of prescription drugs, through new restrictions on pharmacy-benefit managers.
Two new members of the Great Falls Public School Board of Trustees were sworn in Monday.
Organizers say Basecamp 2019 was a huge success.
The bears are out along the Rocky Mountain Front and more reports are surfacing of the animals’ activities.