The state Republican Party has filed an ethics complaint over Democratic Gov. Steve Bullock’s use of Montana Highway Patrol officers for security when he campaigns for president.
Next week’s hearings on key changes to Montana’s $750 million-a-year Medicaid expansion program have been delayed for two weeks, state health officials said.
Sports betting in Montana could be underway by the end of the year, state Lottery officials said Thursday.
Democrat John Mues, a U.S. Navy veteran and former oil-company engineer and high school teacher from Loma, entered Montana’s 2020 U.S. Senate race Thursday.
The crowded 2020 race for Montana’s open U.S. House seat got a bit more crowded Wednesday, as two largely unknown candidates entered the contest — a Democrat and a Republican.
State officials said Monday they seized another 800 bottles and cans of alcoholic beverages from a Yellowstone Club liquor licensee in their ongoing investigation of the high-end private vacation club in Big Sky.
Montana courts can no longer suspend your driver’s license solely because you haven’t paid a fine or court costs — and, if they did in the past, you can now get the license reinstated.
From the Southern border crisis to the economy to the cost of college, U.S. Sen. Jon Tester answered questions from an audience of more than 100 people at a free-wheeling town hall.
Lt. Gov. Mike Cooney is announcing Wednesday that he’ll run for governor in 2020, becoming the third and most prominent Democrat to enter the crowded battle for an open governor’s seat.
A Helena lawyer and former assistant attorney general is running for Montana’s open Supreme Court seat in 2020, and a state district judge in Helena is considering the race as well.
The U.S. Supreme Court Friday said it will decide an appeal from parents of children attending a private Christian school in Kalispell, who are challenging a state rule that barred them from benefiting from a new state tax credit.
For the first time under the federal health-care law known as “Obamacare,” all three companies selling health coverage in Montana’s individual market are proposing lower premiums for the coming year.
Big Sky businessman Troy Downing, a Republican who ran for U.S. Senate last year, announced Wednesday that he’s running for state auditor in 2020.
Helena Valley farmer-rancher Joe Dooling became the third Republican vying for Montana’s open U.S. House seat in 2020.
Montana’s two top legislative leaders on Monday castigated Gov. Steve Bullock for flying the Pride flag, representing Montana’s gay community, at the state Capitol over the weekend, instead of the state flag.
Operators at the private, high-end Yellowstone Club in Big Sky have admitted to multiple state liquor-license violations at club restaurants and bars and agreed to pay a $370,000 penalty, as part of a settlement with the state.
John Mues, who survived a Canyon Ferry Lake diving accident that left another man dead during the filming of a political ad for Mues’ possible U.S. Senate run in 2020, issued a statement Thursday.
While the Trump administration Wednesday unveiled its final rule to repeal Obama-era regulations on power-plant emissions, those watching the power and coal industries in Montana say the change ultimately may not make that much difference here.
Montana Gov. Steve Bullock’s presidential campaign said Tuesday he has met qualifications for the second Democratic presidential candidate debate in July — but that doesn’t necessarily mean he’ll be on the stage in Detroit.
Montana Secretary of State Corey Stapleton improperly used a state vehicle to commute from Helena to his home in Billings, racking up 27,000 miles on the pickup truck during his first 18 months in office, a legislative audit says.