The bill touted by supporters as a savior for the Colstrip 4 power plant — and a benefit for NorthWestern Energy electric customers — won endorsement Wednesday by the Montana Senate, on a mostly party-line vote with Republicans in favor.
March 27, 2019
Butte Undersheriff George Skuletich confirms police are investigating a knife assault that left three people injured in the parking lot of an Uptown convenience store late Tuesday evening.
An ice jam that caused the Milk River to flood in Valley County finally broke Tuesday night.
Local police attest to averaging about 400 break-ins annually, with more than half of those being theft from vehicles.
The “Back the Blue Barbecue” kicked off at noon at the North Helena Safeway on Wednesday.
A major infrastructure bill in the Montana Legislature is one vote away from making its way out of the House of Representatives.
A bill that would have allowed law enforcement to temporarily remove firearms from the possession of suicidal individuals was tabled in the House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday.
President Donald Trump awarded a posthumous Medal of Honor to Staff Sergeant Travis Atkins of Bozeman Wednesday.
As flooding continues to impact many regions of Montana, the James Kipp Recreation Area is no exception with a record crest along the Missouri River being recorded.
The Yellowstone River was a recent cause for concern for eastern Montana residents and ranchers.
Ice jams and snow melt are driving significant flooding
There is a new tool being used by the Montana Highway Patrol that is likely to take the agency’s crash investigations to a new level.
A committee of state and local stakeholders heard updates Tuesday as the ongoing work at the Libby Superfund site enters a new phase.
As temperatures continue to climb, experts warn of spring avalanches, which have already ramped up and are occurring more often than normal in the Flathead Valley.
A bill to continue Montana’s Medicaid expansion program, which provides health coverage to 96,000 low-income adults, cleared its first legislative hurdle Tuesday evening, as the House Human Services Committee voted 11-8 to send it to the House floor.
The man who left his 5-month-old nephew partially buried in the woods last year near Lolo Hot Springs will spend at least 20 years in prison after being sentenced in a Missoula courtroom Tuesday afternoon.
Wednesday is looking a bit cooler as moisture returns to Montana.
Moderate to heavy snow expected at times