U.S. Customs and Border Protection will host town halls to discuss the new operation hours for the Raymond, Opheim, Scobey, and Morgan ports of entry.
March 14, 2019
Tara Walker Lyons is an advocate for a number of issues. But one issue she is extremely passionate about is one that hits close to home: childhood sexual abuse.
Lorine Lynette Kohm has been sentenced to four years at the Montana Women’s Prison.
Great Falls Public Schools held its first town hall meeting Tuesday to discuss the budget outlook for the 2019-2020 school year.
On a bipartisan vote, the Montana House Thursday endorsed a bill that would prohibit judges from suspending someone’s driver’s license for non-payment of court fines or costs.
Kim Skornogoski with United Way of Cascade County stopped by to talk about the organization’s Financial Futures Book Clubs.
Miss Linda’s School of Dance is offering Great Falls a night of dining and entertainment on Saturday, March 23.
Fair weather is expected for the next several days!
Shaun Tatarka with the Great Falls Community Food Bank stopped by KRTV to talk about the 12th annual CANtastic event.
Susan McIntyre has been appointed as the new director of the Great Falls Public Library.
A project that has been in the works in Great Falls since the mid-1990s will soon get started.
A semi crash on the Marias River Bridge south of Shelby on Interstate 15 impacted traffic Thursday.
A Great Falls coffee shop will close its doors at the end of April, but until then, it’s open for business.
The 2019 class of KRTV’s Five Under 35 was honored Wednesday at a special luncheon.
The Peak Health and Wellness Center posted to its Facebook page that the facility at Benefis Court would be closed Thursday.
Farmers and ranchers are dependent on water to grow food and fiber and that’s why some agriculture groups are working with others with diverse backgrounds to keep America’s waters healthy.
The unusual amount of snow this winter is to blame for the collapse of a horse arena at a Bozeman nonprofit dedicated to helping women veterans.
Weather conditions are finally beginning to resemble early spring here in Montana.
High pressure moves in bringing sunny and warmer weather