The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has extended the public comment deadline on a proposal to delist the gray wolf in the lower 48 states and return management of the species to the states and tribes.
May 20, 2019
This week’s One Class At A Time recipient will help East Middle School students learn more about chemistry.
State Auditor Matt Rosendale is urging Montana lawmakers to vote to override Gov. Steve Bullock’s veto of a bill designed to reduce the cost of prescription drugs, through new restrictions on pharmacy-benefit managers.
Two new members of the Great Falls Public School Board of Trustees were sworn in Monday.
Organizers say Basecamp 2019 was a huge success.
The bears are out along the Rocky Mountain Front and more reports are surfacing of the animals’ activities.
More showers and cool temperatures in the forecast.
There are several wildfires burning in the northern part of Alberta, Canada and an evacuation order has been issued, according to Alberta Wildfire.
Two women are using photography to tell the stories of Montanans impacted by suicide and bring awareness to the epidemic.
Two Chippewa Cree Tribal police officers are accused of breaking into a Box Elder home in April and assaulting a man.
A man is facing several felony animal cruelty charges after 15 of his bulls allegedly died of starvation this winter in Pondera County.
Southern states in high risk areas likely to have violent tornadoes, damaging winds, and very large hail
In this Under the Big Sky bonus, Carl Strong of Strong Frames and Pursuit Cycles in Bozeman, MT walks us through his design philosophy and
While the Great Falls Rescue Mission offers meals and a place to stay for those in need, it also provides medical services.
The going rate for elk antlers is between $10-15 depending on the condition.
Widespread moisture and below average temperatures continue this week.
A cooler and wetter outlook expected again this week