The devastation continues across the High Plains and Midwest as record flooding continues. And it’s wreaking havoc on Nebraska’s livestock industry, which could have an impact on Montana ranchers.
March 20, 2019
We had two astronomical events in one day on Wednesday. Not only was it the Vernal Equinox, or the first day of spring, but we also got to see the “super worm moon.”
The Montana Highway Patrol confirms one person died in a wrong-way crash on Interstate 90 near East Broadway Wednesday afternoon.
Students from Foothills Community Christian School in Great Falls are celebrating after they received a national award for a video production project.
We remember him as a dedicated journalist with a passion for storytelling and helping others.
While the 2020 election is a long way off, Republicans and Democrats alike in Montana are already prepping for what could be a game-changing event: Republican Congressman Greg Gianforte running for governor.
The comment period for a proposal for no-wake zones on the north end of Canyon Ferry Reservoir now ends March 29.
Another sunny day in the forecast!
A months-long investigation has led to an arrest in a May 2018 murder case in northwest Montana.
The Big Horn County Coroner said Henny Scott, whose body was found in December near Lame Deer, died of hypothermia.
Our new episode premieres March 30 at 6:00 PM and 10:35 PM on all MT CBS stations. Featuring stories with guitar-maker and craftsman Sean Kochel,
He was the glue that bonded his family; a man who could make friends with strangers and a father who loved his little girl.
State regulators reviewing NorthWestern Energy’s proposed $35 million rate increase voted Tuesday to reject most of the company’s requests to strike testimony on the future costs to ratepayers for the Colstrip 4 power plant.
As an opioid crisis grips the nation, state leaders hope that sharing strategies and information with neighbors to the north will help ease the problem.
Helena firefighters are no strangers to going a step above for someone in need and Tuesday they got the chance to meet one of the lives they are helping.
The wife of an injured Montana Highway Patrol trooper provided more information Wednesday about her husband’s condition.
High pressure continues to allow for mostly sunny skies and temperatures just above average this week.
1st time since 2000 a full moon peaked on the same day as the Spring Equinox