The 39-year-old woman who was hit by a car in Helena on Friday night has died.
It was a touching scene Friday night at MetraPark in Billings before the NILE rodeo kicked off.
A pedestrian was taken to St. Peter’s Health after being hit by a car on Friday night.
Supporters and opponents of a Montana ballot initiative on water treatment for hard rock mines have filed campaign practice complaints against each other.
Helena’s late author Hugh Ambrose had his most recent book “LIBERATED SPIRITS: Two Women Who Battled Over Prohibition” posthumously published.
County officials say they understand long lines can be frustrating and hope this is one way they can help.
The Crow Tribe’s Legislative Branch has removed Chief Judge Leroy Not Afraid from the Crow Tribal Court
Hogan said about 70 youth aged out of the foster care system during the most recent fiscal year.
Fire Chief Mark Emert said it was a unanimous decision to choose Gambill
Sgt. Welsh says authorities are looking for Jonathon Whitworth in connection with the investigation.
The state’s cyber-security experts emphasized the importance of locking down your personal information.
The event is scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m. and is expected to last about one hour.
Collins was sentenced to 105 years in the Montana State Prison.
The check was marked for nearly $2,000 and looked like a real check, but Pennartz said the letter seemed suspicious.
The two longtime law enforcement officers running for the position have different views on how to address many of the county’s issues going forward.
The Montana Historical Society is celebrating its first ever Home Movie Day this weekend.
Montana State University College Democrats hosted Jeff Bridges on Wednesday afternoon on campus as he endorsed Senator Jon Tester in the upcoming U.S. Senate election.
The NILE has gained recognition for helping young people get a start in the livestock industry.
A Lewis and Clark County Sheriff’s Office patrol car is out of commission after it was involved in a crash on Wednesday.
The Montana DPHHS said there are two suspected cases of what experts are calling a polio-like illness in Montana.