On Sunday’s Face the State, we examine Senate Bill 160, also known as the health and safety bill.
February 15, 2019
Drivers will be kept off an 11-mile stretch of Interstate 90 Saturday as crews try to cut the risk of more avalanches coming down on the freeway.
No surprise, cold and snow remain in the forecast
Gulch Distillers brought home two top awards from the 2019 American Craft Spirits Association.
A second Republican-sponsored bill to extend and modify Medicaid expansion in Montana is in the works, with a focus on tightening eligibility for the health-care program and helping recipients out of poverty.
Gov. Steve Bullock, who had more mentions in national media this week on his potential run for president, is heading off this weekend to Iowa – the state that holds the first presidential nominating caucus next year.
A ballot measure to legalize marijuana for recreational use in Montana is expected in 2020, so state lawmakers should prepare by creating an interim committee to study the issue, a Missoula state senator said Friday.
The Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services hosted a suicide prevention panel in partnership with mental health experts Thursday at the State Capitol.
Montana law enforcement with years of experience and training in the drug trade have seen people get into selling drugs because they need the money. But for many, the addiction just simply takes hold.
For 100 years, the Montana Farm Bureau has been a voice for farmers and ranchers.
Virgil Wolfe, a former Lewis and Clark County Sheriff’s deputy, has been charged with 80 counts of sexual abuse of a child.
Snow moves out by this afternoon but returns in time for our evening commute
Snow will continue to make it’s way through Montana on Friday.