Montana Sen. Jon Tester said Sunday he remains hopeful that a bipartisan congressional committee can reach an agreement on border security funding and stave off another potential partial government shutdown.
February 10, 2019
The true meaning of “Butte Tough” was in full effect Saturday afternoon as the community walked to different businesses uptown to celebrate Chinese New Year.
One man is dead after a vehicle versus pedestrian collision occurred Saturday night.
SW MT will continue to see areas of scattered snow showers Sunday afternoon with some making their way into central portions of the state Sunday evening. Very cold temperatures continue. Some areas finally getting above zero on Monday afternoon.
The state continues to see a sharp rise in influenza cases, according to officials with the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services.
Lewis and Clark Public Health (LCPH) and Missoula health officials are urging residents to be prepared for the measles virus.
Leaders with Montana’s Office of the State Public Defender told lawmakers Friday that they’re expecting higher caseloads in the coming years – and that could lead to higher costs.
Dozens of teams hit the lanes in Great Falls to “Bowl for Kid’s Sake.”