For many people, hitting the highways in Montana means checking the Montana Department of Transportation’s road reports to view conditions.
January 9, 2019
Both Montana U.S. Senators, Steve Daines and Jon Tester, and House Representative Greg Gianforte introduced a bill that would grant the tribe federal recognition.
The investigation into a Tuesday house fire in Great Falls has wrapped up and a cause has been determined.
After a happy holiday spent in Montana, a North Dakota family ran into trouble in Havre on their way home.
Montana Senate President Scott Sales said Wednesday he’ll ask the Legislature to express its formal support for President Trump’s southern border wall.
Thursday will be dry and mild.
Jason Laird with the Montana Ag Network spoke with Miss Rodeo Montana Kaitlin Kolka, and Miss Teen Rodeo Montana Keely Drummond on what it takes to be Rodeo Royalty.
A new piece of legislation in Montana would stop the state’s Motor Vehicle Division from taking your driver’s license away if you can’t afford to pay for court-ordered fines and fees for unrelated offenses.
There’s a concern and call for action following the death of a 14-year-old Lame Deer girl.
A trio of mountain lions have been spotted near a school bus stop in the Bitterroot Valley.
A 14-year-old Colstrip boy is charged with criminal endangerment after allegedly firing a rifle and injuring another teen.
It’s that time of the year again for Eagle Mount’s Margarita Meltdown.
The North Central Montana Retired Educators Association held their annual distribution of school supplies and hygiene products for the Great Falls Public Schools on Wednesday.
A former corrections officer with the Montana State Prison was sentenced to the Department of Corrections for sneaking contraband into the state prison in Deer Lodge.
A group of Great Falls students from Treasure State Academy went beyond the baked goods for those behind the badge.
Stockman Bank implemented a plan to assist federal employees impacted by the government shutdown.
Steve Daines and Jon Tester released statements Tuesday night in reaction to the President’s first Oval Office address on border security.
A Missing/Endangered Persons Advisory requested by the Helena Police Department for two children is still in effect.
Warm and mild weather will be the trend over the next few days.
Mild temperatures and sunshine take us into the weekend