The Firefighter Health and Safety Bill passed another hurdle Monday afternoon.
April 8, 2019
At the conclusion of the 88th annual convention, a new state FFA officer team was announced.
Two years after the Montana Legislature passed a bill to overhaul the state’s medical marijuana system, Democratic Sen. Tom Jacobson of Great Falls says more changes are still needed.
Teacher Doreen Dierking purchased a document camera with her grant, which projects problems on to the white board.
Aaron was a prankster and a storyteller and he never passed up an opportunity to crack a joke because he loved to make people laugh.
Kindhearted and loving, he always had a smile for everyone.
He was known for always having a good joke and enjoying the company of his family.
He loved playing drums in high schools and country dancing with his sweetheart Vi.
A Winter Storm Warning will go into effect Monday evening
On a 10-9 vote, a state Senate committee Monday advanced one of the 2019 Legislature’s biggest bills to the Senate floor: House Bill 658, which would continue Medicaid expansion, the $700 million-a-year program that provides medical coverage to 95,000 low-income Montanans.
Janice Wooden Selstad is facing charges for backing into a glass entryway at the Heritage Inn in Great Falls and then driving away.
Lothar Konrad Krauth, a retired Catholic priest, pleaded guilty to one count of receipt of child pornography Monday.
A 17-year-old male was attacked by a bear south of Ennis on Sunday and survived the attack with relatively minor injuries.
As a University of Montana student, Megan Fisher found herself fighting against devastating, life altering challenges. Luckily, she’s stubborn. Watch her full-length Under the Big
The Wyoming Highway Patrol identified the victim as 13-year-old Tyra L. Parker of Box Elder.
The body of a 46-year-old woman was found Sunday night in the area of East Broadway and Interstate 90.
Montana’s senior U.S. senator Jon Tester stopped by the Montana This Morning set to discuss some matters impacting the state and nation.
The 53rd annual fundraiser and auction for the Creston Fire Department drew thousands of people over the weekend.
It’s tax season and if you haven’t done your taxes yet, some Montana agriculture leaders are asking you to donate to ag literacy.
Widespread rain moves in on Monday and is expected to last through the week.