Students with the Montana School for the Deaf and Blind are working on a special project that will be displayed in downtown Great Falls.
Students throughout Great Falls Public Schools saw the impossible happen Thursday morning.
The 341st Security Forces Group kicked off National Police Week by honoring those who have made the ultimate sacrifice.
The work under the contract will include additional stakeholder outreach, research, and analysis on alternative locations for livestock activities.
The Cascade County Commissioners approved housing for a resident deputy for the Sun River Valley Tuesday.
Summer is quickly approaching and organizations around Great Falls are facing a lifeguard shortage.
A Great Falls man has been entered a new plea in the death of his wife and their child.
Raymond Hitchcock, a former Cascade County Sheriff’s captain, has entered into a deferred prosecution agreement for theft charges.
Great Falls Public School officials have released more information regarding an alleged threat made by a student over the weekend.
For the month of May, the Children’s Museum of Montana is collecting donations to send care packages overseas.
Alluvion Health’s school-based health centers give Cascade County students early access to medical services.
If you know someone who has made Great Falls a better place, you can nominate that person for an award.
A Great Falls native has thrown his hat into the ring to be the next Montana Attorney General.
The Great Falls City Commission voted to approve a contract to build a cattery at the Great Falls Animal Shelter.
A man from the Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation has entered a new plea in the 2018 death of Shannon Dora Licht.
Great Falls City Commissioners will vote Tuesday night on whether or not to award a contract to build a cattery at the Great Falls Animal Shelter.
The trial for a Great Falls man who is accused of sexually assaulting a child began Monday morning.
The group Disabled American Veterans of Great Falls is raising money to replace one of its vans.
Students in Browning have entered into a national competition for musicians.
Great Falls Public Schools estimates the district will be short about $1 million for the upcoming school year’s budget.