In Helena, 96 people reported being un-sheltered or in emergency or transitional housings.
“That is our most common call about a scam – not, ‘I think I’ve been scammed,’ but, ‘This looks suspicious, can you guys take a look at it?’” she said.
I-185, if approved by voters in November, would increase tobacco taxes by $2 per pack of cigarettes
Juliana Hallows believes the two teams have done a fantastic in addressing suicide as community issue.
Daines said he hopes that the bills will help Montana and the nation start cutting into the problem.
Montana Farmers Union (MFU) members spent this past week in Washington D.C. for the National Farmers Union Fly-In. Farmers took to Capitol Hill to advocate
Wlady and Shannon Growchowski of La Chatelaine Chocolat Company share a life-long passion for chocolates. Together the couple opened a shop in downtown Bozeman, handcrafting
A video has surfaced showing a man walking on Old Faithful in Yellowstone National Park.
The average ACT composite score in 2018 was 19.56, down slightly from 19.68 in 2017 and 20 in 2016.
I-185, which will be decided by voters in November, would increase state tobacco taxes by about $74 million a year
If you are in crisis and want help, call the Montana Suicide Prevention Lifeline anytime at 1-800-273-TALK or text “MT” to 741741.
Whenever a child is reported missing in Montana, law enforcement agencies work quickly to determine the circumstances, and whether or not to issue an AMBER
HELENA – Supporters of tougher laws in the fight against driving under the influence of alcohol and drugs gathered in front of the Capitol on
Lynn Guyer, a 30-year veteran from the Idaho corrections system, has been selected as the new warden of the Montana State Prison.
Montana’s probation and parole programs don’t necessarily help criminal offenders trying to succeed outside of prison, and need reforms that will lead to incarcerating fewer