During Wednesday’s hearing of the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs in Washington, D.C., Senator Steve Daines spoke about how the missing and murdered indigenous women crisis needs immediate attention.
April 10, 2019
Lawmakers delayed action Wednesday on two of the biggest bills at the 2019 Legislature — Medicaid expansion and the so-called “save Colstrip” bill — as their respective fates appear to be part of final negotiations in the last two weeks of the Legislature.
Prickly Pear Land Trust took to their Facebook page Tuesday to say that melting snow has uncovered a big mess on many local trails.
The Lewis and Clark County 911 Center said initial reports indicate that Wednesday’s planned Wireless Emergency Alert test was a big success.
Helena Public Schools have been given a $2,500 donation to put toward delinquent meal accounts.
A Helena man is being held on $1 million bond following a fatal crash in Williams County, North Dakota.
The reward for information concerning Ashley Loring HeavyRunner’s disappearance is now $15,000.
The Montana Electric Cooperatives’ Association’s magazine, Rural Montana, recently won a national award for one of their pieces.
The Lewis and Clark County 911 Center said initial reports indicate the planned Wireless Emergency Alert (WEA) test was a success Wednesday.
While our big system is moving out, lighter showers will be moving back in
The Montana Highway Patrol has shared a dash cam video showing a car almost clipping a person near Billings Wednesday morning.
April is Autism Awareness Month, which was created in an effort to raise awareness and funding for those diagnosed with autism.
The United States Geological Survey continues to record earthquakes near Lima after two rumbled in the area on Tuesday.
The charges against Virgil Allen Wolfe in Cascade County District Court have been dismissed and he now faces charges in federal court.
Helena Valley residents preparing for flooding can currently collect sand, free of charge, at the Lewis and Clark County Fairgrounds.
A new web app to connect Montana users to local health officials is in the works.
Rain and snow will continue to swirl through the Treasure State On Wednesday.
Runoff from rain and snowmelt expected to increase