School officials in Miles City were unaware their former longtime trainer was sexually abusing dozens of male athletes during training sessions decades ago, the district’s attorneys argued in court documents filed Friday.
April 5, 2019
A state district judge has sided with solar energy advocates in a lawsuit accusing the Montana Public Service Commission (PSC) of illegally undercutting development of small commercial solar projects.
Voters in Glacier County decided against funding two special EMS mill levies.
“Helena Spring Manufacturing Day” let some eighth- through 12th-grade students from Helena Public Schools spend the afternoon touring local manufacturing companies.
On Friday, U.S. Sen. Steve Daines met with leaders from the skilled trades in Helena to discuss ways to encourage more students to consider apprenticeship programs.
Just after 12 p.m. Friday, firefighters responded to a wildland fire in the area of Keir Road to the east of Helena.
Democrat Kathleen Williams announced Friday she will run again for Montana’s lone seat in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Showers and storms are possible Friday afternoon & evening
The high security compound at Montana State Prison in Deer Lodge is in lockdown due to security issues.
Republicans on a Senate committee voted Friday morning to table the bill that would continue Montana’s $700 million-a-year Medicaid expansion coverage for low-income adults — but the measure isn’t dead.
Hundreds of people gathered at the MSU-Billings Native American Achievement Center Friday morning for the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women March.
A Bozeman man was charged with deliberate homicide after he reportedly shot a woman Thursday night.
Former astronaut Scott Kelly wants to inspire students.
A few afternoon thunderstorms are possible as temperatures climb to just above seasonal averages.
Rain chances on and off through the weekend