MTN News has been notified that the Missing/Endangered Person Advisory for Delwin Calflooking Jr. is being canceled as of 7:38 p.m. Wednesday.
May 22, 2019
City officials, businesses, health professionals and residents came together at the City County Building on Wednesday to support a new tobacco ordinance in Helena.
A hotel worker and union organizer from California appeared Wednesday before the Montana Board of Investments, urging it not to place state money with a firm that owns hotels they said are not addressing sexual-harassment claims.
A wall in the stairwell of Capital High School’s basement has been transformed over the last several years thanks to student imagination and effort.
We finally break out of our gloomy weather pattern
Now that Trooper Wade Palmer is home, MHP command staff and Attorney General Tim Fox will discuss his return and update the public on what’s next.
A brief press conference regarding Trooper Wade Palmer, who was severely injured a shooting near Missoula in March, starts at 11:30 a.m. in Utah.
A Missing/Endangered Person Advisory has been issued for a 9-year-old boy last seen in Browning on May 13.
Take a look at this 2005 Titan truck, 563,000 miles on the original engine and still running strong. The Nissan Truck was first released in 2004 and is now the fastest growing truck in Montana. Its got America’s Best Truck warranty, 5 years/100,000 miles bumper to bumper warranty.
The arrangement for Gov. Steve Bullock’s state security detail, and who pays for it, is defined in a memorandum between the Montana Highway Patrol and the governor’s office — not in state law, as Bullock indicated last week while campaigning in Iowa.
Whether covering more than 26 miles in the marathon or walking with family and friends in the 5K, runners in the 46th annual Governor’s Cup will have accomplished goals tied to health and fitness. The impact of participating in the race won’t stop at the finish line in downtown Helena on June 8, and it won’t be limited to those in sneakers running in and around the Capital City.
A mountain lion found in city limits has been killed and removed by Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks.
Area showers persist on Wednesday before tapering off on Thursday.
Unsettled weather pattern continues into the weekend