A 15-year-old girl from Missoula died Monday afternoon after she was struck by a vehicle on Interstate 15 near Helena.
A Lewistown man died in a Sunday evening crash along Highway 87 in Judith Basin County.
A crash has closed a southbound lane of Interstate 15 near Helena.
This month’s A Waiting Child is 12-year-old Nathanial from Missoula, a fun-loving, outdoorsy kid.
“I’m Madison and I’m from Great Falls, Montana. I was born with a cleft palate. I go to the Shriners Hospital for treatment.”
A Gallatin County Search and Rescue team member was killed in a rockfall climbing accident on Sunday afternoon on Mount Cowen in Park County.
Two months ago, the Double Dream Team was preparing for nationals. Now, all three girls are national title holders.
The National Weather Service has confirmed the severe storm that moved through Great Falls on Sunday resulted in a wet macroburst.
Blackfeet Law Enforcement Services reported that Jonna Jan Fish has been located and is safe at this time.
About 300 volunteers came out to New City Church Sunday morning to serve their community. Men, women, and children of all ages split up to complete 15 citywide projects in the span of just three hours.
Hundreds of archers came to a ranch east of Townsend this weekend, to raise money to support the fight against breast cancer.
A severe thunderstorm that moved through Great Falls Sunday afternoon brought heavy rain, nickel-sized hail, numerous power outages and extensive damage to central and north-central Montana.
On Saturday morning, East Helena’s historic railroad depot slowly rose off of wood blocks behind City Hall, where it has been sitting for years. Within two hours, it was moved across the parking lot to a new permanent foundation.
Crews from Habitat for Humanity and the Big Sky community broke ground on teacher and staff housing Friday morning.
Musician Rahzel brought his beatboxing skills to the Montana Folk Festival in Butte this weekend.
Three people were hurt in a helicopter crash in Garfield County Saturday afternoon.
The recent warmer weather means the rivers are calling and floating season is finally here. It’s finally nice enough to float — and right now, conditions are almost perfect in the Missoula area.
Officials believe the situation was caused by a faulty boiler in the hotel. According to Jeff Miller, fire chief with the Butte Fire Department, the appliance was isolated and shut down.
New statistics released Friday show visitation at Glacier National Park is actually behind last year’s near-record pace, at least for the first six months of 2019.
According to a press release from Montana State University Billings, a mountain lion was spotted near the school’s campus at 9:43 p.m. Friday.