Lewis and Clark County leaders are reporting flooding in the Augusta area after a storm on Sunday.
On Saturday morning, about 25 volunteers gathered at Fort Harrison to honor the veterans buried at the Montana State Veterans Cemetery.
Rain, heavy at times continues through Monday evening. Drying out on Tuesday and warming up a bit. Temperatures back in the mid-70s by Wednesday.
As part of an ongoing effort to highlight and celebrate rural communities, the Red Ants Pants Music Festival announced Saturday which communities will be hosting giant red ants “hidden” throughout Montana this summer.
Glacier National Park is getting ready for the tourist season, and park officials are reminding visitors to stay on the trails and leave what you find in the park.
Politics and the environment were just a few of the topics discussed at an annual science fiction convention held Saturday in Missoula.
Democratic Montana Sen. Jon Tester, the only working farmer in the Senate, blasted President Trump’s handling of the escalating trade dispute with China, calling the White House’s $16-billion bailout for U.S. farmers a temporary “Band-Aid.”
Affordable housing is a big issue in the Bozeman area, so a nonprofit has concocted a creative solution: building a tiny village of homes.
The National Weather Service (NWS) issued a salvo of Flood Warnings taking effect Sunday morning, and one of them, according to a social media post from Blackfeet Law Enforcement Services, includes the Blackfeet Indian Reservation.
One man is dead after a rollover crash in Butte Saturday afternoon.
The incentive gives youth ages 15 through 18 a free fitness pass to any of its locations in the U.S. and Canada from now until September 1.
Agriculture and business are the reasons that U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) decided not to cut hours at ports entries on Montana’s northern border, U.S. Rep. Greg Gianforte and Sen. Steve Daines announced jointly Friday.
Three women have been named Judy Martz Women in Leadership Award winners by the Montana Chamber of Commerce.
It will be an extra special Memorial Day in the Flathead, as a fallen solider finally receives a headstone in his honor — 104 years later.
At 11 a.m. Saturday, for the first time in nearly six months, Helena’s Great Northern Carousel opened its doors to welcome the public for rides.