A Great Falls woman is turning her dream into a reality.
A program called Canine Companions for Independence at the Crossroads Correctional Center in Shelby gives inmates a chance to raise and train pups for future service.
Foothills Community Christian School students had a chance to bring historical figures to life Tuesday for their 6th annual Living Wax Museum.
The 27th annual Letter Carriers’ Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive is Saturday, May 11.
A sign posted on the doors of Shopko in Great Falls indicates the store will be open for five more days.
A rally to raise awareness for human trafficking and missing and murdered indigenous women was held in Great Falls Friday.
On Friday, the fourth annual “Give a Pint, Get a Pint” Blood Drive took place at the Great Falls Chamber of Commerce.
The Great Falls Police Department released the name of the officer who shot a homicide suspect in Shelby last month.
A downtown staple is reopening under new ownership.
You can get involved by attending the Red Sand Project Friday at 11 a.m. The group will meet at the steps located at the Civic Center.
The Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services has confirmed Cambridge Court is closing.
A successful warehouse sale in early April has prompted a second one — kicking off this Thursday.
The nonprofit provides early intervention speech and language therapy to 150 kids a week, all free of charge.
Attorney General Tim Fox is encouraging Montanans to participate in National Prescription Drug Take Back Day on Saturday.
A Great Falls man vacationing in Cabo, Mexico was involved in what the family is calling a traumatic freak accident.
The Great Falls Animal Shelter is encouraging people to adopt as the shelter is full.
The 7th annual Electric City BrewFest kicks off in Great Falls Friday night.
The King Cole Circus scheduled for next week has been canceled.
A man sentenced to life in prison without parole at the age of 17 appeared in court Thursday for a re-sentencing hearing.
On Tuesday, the museum’s staff hosted a public hearing and heard from community members about what they hope to see in the museum.