There were some very tense moments in the courtroom in Missoula Friday as a defendant learned that he will be spending the rest of his life behinds bars for two murders in rural Frenchtown.
June 21 is the summer solstice, the day with the longest hours of daylight in the year. In Helena, Touchmark took that opportunity to raise awareness about Alzheimer’s disease.
Two Eagle Scouts recently put their skills to the test and helped save someone’s life.
A donation drive that collects school supplies for Helena-area students in need will officially kick off on Monday.
Work is underway on the new greenhouse being built on the campus of Capital High School.
The Helena School District has started demolishing the current Bryant Elementary School building, several days ahead of schedule.
Sen. Jon Tester was in Missoula Friday afternoon to answer questions from his constituents at a town hall forum at the Downtown Holiday Inn.
A Missoula area family woke up to an unexpected, furry intruder Friday morning.
The Ravalli County Sheriff’s Office has released new details about an incident on the Clark Fork River in Missoula that left a teenager dead by drowning on Monday.
The Montana Coal Board wrapped up its quarterly meeting in Billings Thursday, approving more than $1.3 million to projects in communities impacted by coal development.
The Lincoln Branch of Lewis and Clark Library is about to experience a major change. After 36 years, longtime librarian Sherri Wood will be retiring on June 28.
A recent bout of hail storms — and the potential for more storms to come throughout the summer —has Montana’s attorney general warning residents to choose contractors carefully.
Winter is still hanging on in parts of Montana. Worsening conditions intruded into the state on Thursday: the last day before summer.
Earlier this week, a Bozeman woman did something we all have done at some point: threw something away that wasn’t supposed to be trash.
This fall, you can be an all-star and a believer.
The LeGrande Cannon Trail is a popular scenic path, running along a former roadway in Helena’s South Hills. It features striking views of the Helena Valley and of Mount Helena.
BLM officials are trying to find the animals homes western Montana.
The committee planning a 2020 ballot initiative on legalizing recreational marijuana in Montana is asking for input on what its proposed measure should look like.
Reports of whooping cough cases in Blaine County were confirmed by local health officials Thursday afternoon.
A federal judge sentenced a Helena man to more than 10 years in prison for possessing some 6,000 child pornography images.