The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office posted Wednesday afternoon that a train derailment briefly closed Highway 518.
May 29, 2019
Business owners, child care experts and state leaders met in Helena on Wednesday to discuss the challenges working parents in Montana face to find affordable child care.
A St. Louis man is traveling the Missouri River on his kayak.
Democratic state Sen. Bryce Bennett of Missoula said Wednesday he’s running for secretary of state in 2020.
As a whole, she said her 4th grade class of 27 students read over 31 million words in the 2018-2019 school year.
A Yellowstone National Park concession employee is recovering Wednesday after being injured by a cow elk at Mammoth Hot Springs.
Our warm up continues!
The 16th annual House Build Project for Helena High School and Capital High School opened its doors to the public Tuesday.
The Scripps National Spelling Bee is underway in National Harbor, Maryland and four Montanans have made it through the first two rounds.
The Montana Supreme Court Tuesday chose former state Commissioner of Higher Education Sheila Stearns as the fifth member and chair of the panel that will draw new legislative districts in Montana — and, possibly, a new congressional district for the state.
On Monday, 13 bicyclists were stranded on Glacier National Park’s scenic Going-to-the-Sun Road at Triple Arches after an avalanche blocked their return down.
Although water levels remain high, flooding will be much less of a concern on Wednesday.
A former Lewis and Clark County Sheriff’s deputy has entered into a plea agreement for sex abuse charges.
Besides a few pop up t-storms tomorrow, expect a dry and warm end to the week