As Trooper Wade Palmer fights for his life in a Utah hospital, the Montana Highway Patrol is asking people to show support through a new social media campaign.
March 21, 2019
State agencies are donating medical equipment to help a Tribal Healthcare Apprenticeship program on the Fort Belknap Indian Reservation.
A School Board Budget Committee meeting Thursday decided not to recommend putting a mill levy on the May ballot for the 2019-2020 school year despite a potential budget shortfall.
Bridger Steel has closed its Great Falls location and is relocating its assets to Billings.
Sheriff Jesse Slaughter is holding a press conference Thursday afternoon in regards to the initial findings of an internal investigation into the Cascade County Sheriff’s Office.
Former undersheriff faces theft charge in connection to Cascade County Sheriff’s Office investigation
John Glen Stevens, the former undersheriff of Cascade County, is facing charges in connection with an investigation into the Cascade County Sheriff’s Office.
Friday will be sunny and mild, clouds move in Saturday
At the age of ten, Newton’s life was turned upside down. He was diagnosed with a cancerous brain tumor.
State lawmakers are talking about getting movie companies to come to the Treasure State with the help of a new bill.
As part of Out West Art Week, the Studio 706 Artists Guild is hosting its show and sale in the Gibson Room of the Great Falls Civic Center.
A business event meant to empower, encourage, and engage women business owners in the Electric City is set for next week.
Longtime MTN anchor and reporter Dennis Carlson passed away Friday, March 15 at the age of 58.
A retired U.S. Forest Service officer is training drug-sniffing dogs in the Flathead Valley with the hopes of accurate drug seizures for law enforcement.
Montana Attorney General Tim Fox signed a letter along with a coalition of attorneys general across the country calling on congress to pass the TRACED Act.
A former Indiana teacher won the nationwide drawing for the HGTV Dream Home in Whitefish.
A Billings family added a little more excitement to the birth of a child when the mother didn’t quite get all the way inside the hospital.
The Bozeman Police Department confirmed Wednesday evening that an incident at a Longbow Lane home appeared to be a murder-suicide.
No living thing can survive without water, and all of us recognize when we’re dealing with a subpar stream at home or at work — the ice tastes funny, and everything from hair to dishes loses its shine. But instead of settling for bad water in our daily lives, we can do something about it and ensure cleaner, better quality for all those important matters that require water.
The high pressure ridge currently over Montana will break down as we enter the weekend.
We are tracking rain and snow returning for the weekend