Montana Attorney General Tim Fox announced the implementation plans for several bills passed by the 2019 Montana Legislature that address missing Indigenous persons.
May 21, 2019
Hundreds of Helena High and Capital High seniors take part in the annual tradition of “Grad Walks” – returning to the schools they previously attended in the last weeks before they graduate.
The Montana Firefighter Testing Consortium is in its second day at the Montana ExpoPark.
The Montana Lottery will operate sports wagering, which will be rolled out within 12 months — likely sooner. While no specific dates have been set, the public will likely be able to bet on the 2020 Super Bowl.
Rain seems less likely than previously forecast.
State lawmakers are voting, by mail, whether to override Gov. Steve Bullock’s vetoes of at least eight bills, on subjects ranging from sports gambling to business tax credits to campus free speech.
Helena’s city manager has officially unveiled a preliminary budget for the next two years that she says will align with a new set of priorities for city leaders.
The Helena City Commission gave final approval Monday to new rules on where medical marijuana businesses in the city can operate.
Bryant Elementary School students got a first peek inside their new school Monday as it was floor signing day.
The government is taking a unique approach to control the record-breaking population of wild horses: paying you $1,000 to adopt one.
Governor Steve Bullock has created a new advisory council to help examine the current conditions of Montana’s forests and mitigate wildfire danger.
On Monday, crews from Memorial Monuments began placing the granite slabs with the names of 1,464 area veterans etched on the sides in East Helena’s Main Street Park.
Carroll College officials are advising the public of an increased police presence at Carroll this week, however, there is no need to worry.
Former Speaker of the Montana House Austin Knudsen, a Republican from Culbertson, on Monday became the fourth person to enter the 2020 race for attorney general in Montana.
The Montana Department of Justice said a Montana Highway Patrol Trooper injured in a shooting outside of Missoula in March will be discharged from a Salt Lake City hospital this week.
Widespread rain remains the talking point this week as multiple low pressure systems draw moisture our way.
Expect widespread showers across the Plains and heavy snow above 6,000 ft.