After suffering a life-threatening accident, a Sun River farmer and robotics coach is bringing his three-time world champion team to claim another victory.
April 14, 2019
A non-discrimination ordinance in Missoula has been in effect for a little over nine years and since then, the second Saturday in April has been declared “Diversity Day.”
A Kila man was sentenced to four years in prison and three years of supervised release after admitting to illegally possessing a machine gun and other weapons crimes.
Barbers were busy Saturday afternoon at the Montana City School gym, as they helped dozens of people “Rock the Bald” to support the fight against childhood cancer.
The 27th Annual YWCA Salute to Women Gala celebrates women empowerment throughout the community.
Strong winds calm down Sunday evening through Monday.
Officials at Montana State University Billings said Thursday they are considering phasing out 37 academic programs.
It’s a big weekend for a lot of local businesses in downtown Bozeman.
The company was testing out a new way of preventing large birds from landing in the toxic waste.
Even though the building was finished in February, the Butte American Legion waited until Saturday, the group’s 100th birthday, to celebrate.
Trooper Wade Palmer lived in Stevensville with his wife at the time of the March shooting incident.