The United States House of Representatives passed a bill to federally recognize the Little Shell Tribe.
Montana’s Medicaid expansion, which covers 96,000 low-income adults, has had a huge economic and health-care impact on the state, creating thousands of jobs and greatly lowering the number of uninsured people, says a study released Tuesday by Montana hospitals.
Officials are looking for a 48-year-old man who was reported missing in Glacier National Park Tuesday morning.
Mom is remembered for her feisty sense of humor, and unconditional love for her family, which included her dogs.
She will be remembered for her unconditional love, her determination, and her strength.
There was practically no crafting project beyond her capability, and she did them all.
Grant Harville and Angela Costley with the Great Falls Symphony stopped by KRTV to talk about two spring performances taking place in the next few weeks.
We’re not done with winter yet!
The NILE Stock Show and Rodeo Foundation will host its annual Stetsons and Stilettos gala on Saturday, May 4.
This week’s One Class At A Time recipient will use her grant money to purchase a document camera for her students.
The C.M. Russell High School Drama Department will present “26 Pebbles” later this week.
A Great Falls educator and legislator passed away Monday morning after a battle with cancer.
Legislative Republicans and outdoor-recreation groups lined up Monday behind a bill they said would increase access through private land to “landlocked” public lands in Montana.
Interstate 90 near Hardin has reopened to single-lane traffic in both directions.
Yellowstone County authorities announced Monday that they used DNA testing to identify a suspect in the 45-year-old murder of a Billings Heights couple.