Dave Duford said he created Fast Strike after his daughter Shay moved to Las Vegas and he was afraid for her safety.
Montana and Regional News
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks officials are monitoring wolf behavior in and around Cooke City and Silver Gate north of Yellowstone National Park.
Members of the Montana Public Health Association (MPHA) helped protect a part of their history Wednesday by preserving a time capsule containing historic artifacts and documents.
When tragedy hit close to home on the Professional Bull Riders Tour Tuesday night in Denver, Montana barrelman Flint Rasmussen wasn’t there.
The pilot of a plane that crashed into a Missouri River sandbar outside Townsend is not injured and was picked up from the scene in a different plane flown by his brother.
Montana landowners have until March 15 to qualify for tax credits while opening access to public lands.
Former Valley County Undersheriff Luke Strommen pleaded not guilty to a felony sexual intercourse without consent charge in District Court in Glasgow January 14.
The Shopko stores in Plentywood and Wolf Point are expected to close in the coming months as the general merchandise company undergoes financial restructuring.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has announced that many Farm Service Agency (FSA) offices will temporarily reopen for three days to perform certain limited services for farmers and ranchers during the government shutdown.
Two Helena residents have been charged with felonies following the safe recovery of two children police reported as Missing and Endangered last week.
First responders are warning people to take extra care when out on frozen lakes after conditions have lead to unsafe ice in some places.
Even though fewer visitors came to Montana last year, a new research report by the University of Montana Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research states the tourists that did visit spent more money.
The longest federal government shutdown in American history is affecting Superfund cleanup progress in Butte since all Environmental Protection Agency officials have been off the clock for more than three weeks.
Eighteen schools across Montana were awarded Breakfast After the Bell grants to help them implement alternative breakfast options for their students.
Former Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke has a new job with an investment firm that focuses on energy and financial technology industries.