Two people are dead after a day-long incident that started with a possible shooting in Kevin and ended in a standoff in Shelby.
April 22, 2019
This week’s One Class At A Time recipient is Bryant Elementary School fifth-grade teacher Jesika Fisher.
Crews began work Monday on a major street reconstruction project in Helena.
A Helena man was in court Monday for charges connected to two casino robberies in January.
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A vehicle with a body inside was found submerged in the Missouri River near Craig Monday morning.
Temperatures warm to near 70 degrees
Casey Blanchard, one of the victims of a March 14th shooting in Missoula, continues to recover and has been moved to rehabilitation.
Several law enforcement agencies, including the Great Falls Police Department’s High Risk Unit, are on the scene of an incident in Shelby.
Gov. Steve Bullock vetoed three bills late last week, including one that would have exempted more Social Security income from state taxation.
After years of work to implement REAL ID licenses and ID cards, the Department of Homeland Security said Monday Montana is officially compliant with the REAL ID Act of 2005.
A new U.S. Department of Agriculture’s regulation to improve disease traceability in sheep and goats has been published in the Federal Register.
High pressure will offer up a week of sunshine and dry conditions.
Sunshine and warmer weather to start us off this week